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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.