Charlie Patino indicators new contract


Charlie Patino is anticipated to signal a brand new contract with Arsenal when he turns 18 in October.

The teenager, who has made comparisons with a younger Jack Wilshere and been hailed as one in all Arsenal’s greatest prospects for a number of years, has been the topic of curiosity from Barcelona in current weeks.

But Gunners followers should not have to fret about his rapid future, with Chris Wheatley from Football. London reveals that he’ll signal a brand new contract within the close to future.

In a press release to the Latte Firm YouTube channel, Wheatley stated: “[Fans] no need to worry [Barcelona links]. He stays at Arsenal. ”

While Patino already has a professional contract after turning 17 last year, there is still a limit to how long offers for young people are, hence their willingness to give him a new contract as soon as possible.

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Toby Cudworth


16 Sep 2021

He has impressed a lot for Arsenal in the 23-man squad already this season, with a clip of his goal against Man Utd going viral and his performances in Papa John’s Trophy attracting a lot of attention.

Patino can make his senior debut against AFC Wimbledon in round three of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night.

Arsenal are expected to make a number of changes to the side that beat Burnley, with a derby in north London with Tottenham waiting for them on Sunday.

Bernd Leno can return to goal after losing to summer signing Aaron Ramsdale. Calum Chambers, Nuno Tavares, Gabriel Martinelli and Alexandre Lacazette can also be present.

Granit Xhaka is suspended, whereas Mohamed Elneny and Kieran Tierney are excluded.

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