Mikel Arteta says Reiss Nelson is back on track at Arsenal after being 'a little bit confused'.
Arteta urges Arsenal to "press with passion and play with purpose".
Chelsea teenager Ethan Ampadu is treading a well-worn path from England to the Bundesliga...
Arsenal seemingly value Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson or Reiss Nelson at around £40m.
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Reiss Nelson is nearing the end of his Hoffenheim spell. He has had his ups and downs away from Arsenal.
And we're talking call-ups - not caps. So Nelson, Foden, Gomes, Brewster and who else?
The Gunners are not expected to spend big in the summer window, and they are lining up a part-exchange deal...
Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson has gone ever so slightly off the Hoffenheim boil. Now he's been dropped.
There are three English players in this list - but only one plays in England. And the PL's most productive young player is...
England "really like Reiss", yer man Nelson of Arsenal and Hoffenheim fame. But he will have to wait.
Might Arsenal recall Reiss Nelson from his Hoffenheim loan early? Probably not. Emery is happy.
We have one per club who are pulling up trees elsewhere. Two of them are at Derby County...
Unai Emery might well take the Europa League seriously at Arsenal, so no need for Reiss Nelson.
Reiss Nelson is expected to sign a long-term contract with Arsenal before joining Hoffenheim.
Reiss Nelson could be about to sign a five-year deal at Arsenal, reports say...
Arsenal are already through to the next round of the Europa League. Time for more youngsters.
Arsenal youngster Reiss Nelson has admitted that he could have quite easily been playing for Spurs now.
Alexandre Lacazette has been rather impressed by two Arsenal youngsters. Not the one in the middle.
Wenger wishes Oxlade-Chamberlain "all the best", but he hopes it "opens the door" for two youngsters.
Two for Liverpool, two for Man City, one for Arsenal, Everton, United and Spurs. Pre-season is fun.
Arsenal have done pretty well in pre-season, but Wenger was impressed with two in the Benfica win.
Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock give Arsene Wenger hope for the future of English football.
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