Over the years, the Gunners are known as a club who show much trust and believe in youngsters.
During Arsene Wenger’s 20 years at the North London club, many youngsters broke into the club’s first-team squad thanks to the Frenchman’s philosophy which gave room for the ‘young shall grow’ mentality.
Though Wenger is no longer at the club, his philosophy remains intact despite the acquisition of Unai Emery as his replacement.
According to latest report via the Daily Mirror, The new Arsenal manager has agreed to terms with Romanian youngster Catalin Carjan.
The youngster revealed to reporters that he will be heading to the Emirates Stadium in the coming so as to finalize his deal to the Gunners this summer.
According to the 15 years old players, he has reached an agreement with the club and he will be heading to the Emirates Stadium soon, though, he will sign a contract with the Gunners once he clocked 16 years of age.
In an interview with the Digi Sport, Carjan said that he met with the club’s hierarchy, who were impressed with his performance in a test game and want him in their youth setup.
With his signature already captured, Carjan would be expected to add more quality to the club’s youth team, who were beaten by Chelsea to last season’s FA Youth Cup glory.
He is definitely not going to get his first-team debut this season as he seems too young for that. However, should he maintain a speedy development in the game, he might be given a chance by Unai Emery to represent the senior team in the Carabao or League Cup.