Arsenal are struggling with negotiations with Rhys Nelson.
Nelson is Arsenal’s holy bone youth who joined Arsenal Youth at the age of 9 and made his professional debut. He has spent his entire career at Arsenal, except for loans to Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga in the 2018-19 season and Feyenoord in the Dutch league last season. There were concerns that he was being pushed back by other players and not getting a steady chance, but Nelson is still 23 years old and has a bright future ahead of him.
He seemed to see the light of day this season. Nelson, who showed good form from the preseason, has firmly established himself as a rotation resource this season. Nelson received an opportunity to play when Arsenal played the European Football Association (UEFA) Europa League (UEL) or England Football Association Cup (FA Cup) schedule, and even in the league, Arsenal was put in when they played more aggressively. .온라인카지노
He also played well. He was good at linking up with his teammates and scored goals at key moments. In particular, in the match against Bournemouth, which was the 26th round of the English Premier League (EPL), he was put in as a substitute and became the main character of a come-from-behind goal that gave the team three points from a corner kick in extra time in the second half.
Arsenal pushed for a renewal of Nelson’s performance. As Nelson perfectly performed the backup role this season, the plan was to actively utilize Nelson as a bench resource next season as well. Since Nelson was from Arsenal’s holy bone youth, it was expected that Arsenal fans would be able to renew the contract without difficulty.
Contrary to expectations, however, Nelson turned down the Arsenal offer. Fabricio Romano, a European football transfer market expert, said that Arsenal would like to continue their partnership with Nelson, but Nelson rejected Arsenal’s offer. ‘Daily Mail’ explained that Nelson is regretting the lack of playing time this season. In fact, Nelson has not started a single game in the league this season.
If negotiations fail, Arsenal will have to let Nelson go in the coming summer. That too for free. Nelson will become a free agent (FA) at the end of this season.
Arsenal is expected to do their best to renew the contract until the contract period ends. The Daily Mail explained that talks between Arsenal and Nelson would continue until the end of the season, and that Nelson did not believe the rejection of the offer would be the last.