Arsenal is expected to see a lot of players leave next summer, and one of them could be Reiss Nelson. The 21-year-old winger has hardly gotten the chance with the Gunners. One of the reasons that hindered him from having regular minutes on the pitch is the fact that the Gunners took in several names in the last transfer window, namely Aaron Ramsdale, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Ben White, Martin Odegaard, Nuno Tavares and Takehiro Tomiyasu.
Arsenal news: Feyenoord manager questions intensity of Mikel Arteta’s training after Reiss Nelson injury
Mikel Arteta’s training methods at Arsenal have been questioned after Reiss Nelson suffered an injury at new club Feyenoord.The 21-year-old joined the Dutch side on loan this summer.Nelson missed Feyenoord’s Europa Conference League opener against Maccabi Haifa, with manager Arne Slot revealing the winger had picked up an injury after struggling to adjust to the increased intensity of the club’s training sessions.“Nelson had participated in almost all training sessions at Arsenal, but he experiences the training here as a bit more intense,” Slot explained ahead of the visit to Israel.“He suffered an overuse injury and so he is not here....
Reiss Nelson has been ruled out of Feyenoord’s UEFA Conference debut against Maccabi Haifa due to an ‘overstretching’. Manager Arne Slot has tried to defend the player, who the Dutch media have accused of showing up not fit. Instead the coach insists it’s a consequence of training in Holland being more intense than England.
Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has joined Spanish side Real Betis on loan and Reiss Nelson has completed a season-long loan move to Dutch side Feyenoord. Spain international Bellerin, 26, has two years left on his Gunners contract but has not featured for them this season. Winger Nelson, 21, has played...
With transfer deadline day fast approaching, Arsenal’s Technical Director Edu Gaspar and Manager Mikel Arteta have a busy 24 hours ahead of them organising any potential incomings but, before that outgoing must be prioritised as Reiss Nelson, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Eddie Nketiah look set to depart the club on various types of deals.
Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson has joined Feyenoord on loan for the rest of the 2021/22 season. Feyenoord had been expected to land Manchester United youngster Amad Diallo, only for the proposed loan deal to collapse at the last minute because of a thigh injury that is likely to keep the teenage Ivorian out of action until the middle of October.
Crystal Palace are interested in signing Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson on loan. Arsenal will allow academy product Nelson, 21, to leave in the summer transfer window as his game time is likely to be limited next season. Nelson, who made nine appearances for the Gunners in all competitions last season,...
Reiss Nelson Needs to Hit the Gym, and Fast. Reiss Nelson was a highly rated youngster in the Arsenal youth setup. He was classified in the same category as the likes of Jadon Sancho. Highly rated players in the Arsenal youth setup tend to do really well in senior football. The likes of Saka and Emile Smith-Rowe prove this to be true.
A trio of Premier League clubs are targeting a move for Reiss Nelson with time running out for Arsenal to make a decision on the young winger's future. Crystal Palace, Brentford and Brighton have joined a growing list of suitors for England Under 21 international Nelson, including several teams in the Bundesliga and Greek giants Olympiacos.
Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson is a target for a trio of Premier League clubs, with his future at the Emirates Stadium still far from certain. The 21-year-old has just a year left on his contract at the Emirates Stadium, and has been unable to force his way into Mikel Arteta's plans despite the Spaniard exposing fellow youngsters Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe to plenty of first team football.
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Arsenal are preparing to offload Reiss Nelson when the transfer market reopens this summer, according to reports. Nelson has made nine appearances for the Gunners in all competitions so far this season. Only two of those outings came in the Premier League, totalling just 69 minutes of action in November.
Obviously Reiss Nelson would like to be involved with Arsenal’s first team just now, but he’s still coming back from injury so it’s important to get game time with the U23 side. He was the best player on the pitch tonight vs Chelsea as the two sides drew 2-2, while...