Young Arsenal loanee Reiss Nelson has dismissed rumours linking him with a permanent transfer to German Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim.
The 18-year-old is presently on a season-long loan at Hoffenheim after he signed for the Champions League campaigners on the last day of this summer’s transfer window.
Since his move to German, the England youth international has churned out impressive performances for Hoffenheim thereby prompting talks of a move to the club on a permanent basis.
Reacting to those rumours in an interview monitored by the Daily Mirror, Reiss Nelson confessed that he’s enjoying his stay at the club before pointing out that he is still an Arsenal player.
The Gunners have also told the German club to forget about a permanent transfer for the player and that his long-term future is at the Emirates Stadium.
He has scored four league goals for Hoffenheim leading to talks of a possible invitation to the Three Lions of England setup.
Reiss Nelson had previously represented England at the U16, U17, U18, U19 and U20 levels before making his debut for the U21 team earlier this month.
The Arsenal Academy graduate scored on his U21 debut against Andorra before repeating the same feat against rivals Scotland some days later.