There have been a number of twists and turns in the transfer decisions at the North London outfit Arsenal with a number of players that expected to leave the club when the summer transfer window was opened now staying.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles is the most obvious of all as he was meant to leave the Emirates Stadium for a £20 million move so as to raise funds for other deals but there was a change and he had to say.
Rob Holding is another player that was tipped to leave the club in the just concluded summer transfer window but manager Mikel Arteta ended up keeping him.
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The latest to be reported is Emile Smith Rowe with a Goal report claiming that the youngster will be working with manager Mikel Arteta this season.
The 20-year-old was away from the Emirates Stadium last season on a loan move to Huddersfield where he impressed. He was linked with a return this summer window but from the reports, he will be staying with the first tea
Speaking to Sky Sports, Mikel Arteta praised Emile Smith Rowe as a player with specific qualities, noting that he has been monitoring him during his loan spell and he is happy to work with him again.