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Gabriel Martinelli - Arsene Wenger - Mikel Arteta - Robin Van-Persie - Eric Abidal - Arsenal's 10 youngest Premier League debutants and where they are now - - Cameroon
Arsenal's 10 youngest Premier League debutants and where they are now
Mikel Arteta's young Arsenal side have captivated the Premier League at times this season.The performances of players like Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli have prompted hope that the Gunners finally have a strong foundation to build from after years of inconsistency.The willingness to give youngsters a chance is a trait synonymous with Arsenal throughout the Premier League era, with legendary former boss Arsene Wenger renowned for putting faith in youth.With that mindset back at the Emirates Stadium - not to mention a talented crop to match - here is a look at the 10 youngest Premier League debutants for the Gunners and an assessment of how their career panned or is panning out.Debut: 19th September 2005 vs. Everton (H)The Cameroon international caught the eye from a young age at Arsenal and after breaking into the first team under Wenger he had spells of both excellent and disappointing form.Song forged a fine understanding with Robin van Persie, with his pinpoint passes into the Dutchman becoming trademark during one campaign.As much as Song had a fine career at Arsenal and went on to play for an all-conquering Barcelona, he will perhaps be best remembered for awkwardly coming forward when Carlos Puyol beckoned Eric Abidal to lift the La Liga trophy.Debut: 14th September 2013 vs. Sunderland (A)Akpom scored goals for fun at youth level for the Gunners, so it was no shock when he earned a first-team chance.The striker was unable to find the net with the same frequency in senior football though.
Arsene Wenger - Winter Olympics - Shaun White - Winter Olympics hero Shaun White to retire with net worth greater than Arsene Wenger - - Britain
Winter Olympics hero Shaun White to retire with net worth greater than Arsene Wenger
Arsenal's legendary manager Arsene Wenger - who has a net worth of $48million (£35million).White said: "I think this will be my, well this will be my last competition too, which is pretty special."White cited his knee, among other things: "It's this and it's that, all these things are major things that brought me to this conclusion."White made his first Winter Olympics in the 2006 games, which were held in Turin, where he won gold in the half-pipe after almost being eliminated in the qualifiers.He also won gold at the 2010 edition, but he only managed fourth in the 2014 iteration of the games.But the Olympics isn't White's only success, and he dominated the sport in other events such as the X-Games.White is also part of the highly exclusive group to have a video game named after him: alongside Tiger Woods and Brian Lara. Will you be watching Shaun White at the Olympics? Let us know in the comments section Wenger, on the other hand, was one of the Premier League's longest-serving coaches.Between 1996 and 2018, Wenger was in the dugout at Arsenal, and he led the Gunners to three Premier League titles.However, despite Wenger's position at the front of English football, he still can't match White's net worth.This is largely due to the huge sponsorship deals that White was handed while competing.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Patrick Vieira - Olivier Giroud - Jamie Vardy - Arsene Wenger - Michael Carrick - 11 top players Arsenal narrowly missed out on as Dusan Vlahovic heads to Juventus - - Manchester - city Leicester
11 top players Arsenal narrowly missed out on as Dusan Vlahovic heads to Juventus
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims he 'almost signed' so many of the world's greatest players that it's become something of a running joke.For nearly two decades now, the Gunners have been playing second-fiddle in the Premier League to their wealthier - and ultimately more successful - rivals.They've had to watch as Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and even Liverpool rake in talent from far and wide to build title-winning super teams, year after year.Landing Dusan Vlahovic would've been Arsenal's first major statement in the transfer market since signing Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid in 2013, but as has happened so often over the past 20 years, they failed to get the deal over the line.With the big Serb now on the verge of joining Juventus, Daily Star Sport has taken a look back at 11 other top players Arsenal came so close to signing in recent years.The vultures quickly came circling after Leicester City's miraculous Premier League triumph in 2016.N'Golo Kante was snapped up Chelsea, Manchester City were pushing for Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy had an excruciating decision to make when the Gunners triggered his £20 million release clause.It looked like the deal was done when Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud acknowledged the approach publicly, saying how much he was looking forward to playing alongside the England international, but Vardy eventually opted to stay with the Foxes.Do you think Arsene Wenger ever lies about which players he 'nearly' signed? Let us know in the comments section below...Wenger was eyeing up a long-term replacement for club captain Patrick Vieira in the summer of 2004, and identified West Ham youngster Michael Carrick as the ideal candidate.The two even met in person to discuss terms, but