According to ESPN, Arsenal could be prepared to let young midfielder, Emile Smith-Rowe go out on loan again in January.
Smith-Rowe, 20, has found himself on the periphery of the squad once again this season, appearing just twice in the Europa League and EFL Cup as we head into December.
And with the winter window just around the corner, ESPN claim in their January preview that Arsenal could be prepared to let Smith-Rowe move out on loan once again, following his successful spell in Huddersfield last year.
It would be the second loan away for the young midfielder, who also spent time in Germany with RB Leipzig back in 18/19.
Smith-Rowe is a regular for the under-23s and, although been highly-thought of at the club, is finding first-team chances at a premium under Mikel Arteta.
A number of clubs in the Championship could be interested in signing Smith-Rowe following his performances last term for The Terriers.
Smith-Rowe is under contract until 2023, with Spotrac claiming he has wages in the £30k-a-week region.
A fine young player, another loan makes sense – TBR View
Smith-Rowe will eventually get his chance in the Arsenal team, he’s too talented not to. But for now, he’d be best seeking some first-team football out if he can.
Whether one of the struggling Premier League teams takes a punt on him or a move to the Championship happens again, remains to be seen.
However, Smith-Rowe won’t be short of suitors and he’ll have the chance to make a big impact again in the final five months of the campaign, whoever he moves to.