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Report shares Arsenal transfer plans for £450k striker Gunners coaches are backing to be top PL player

Arsenal are planning to make striker Nikolaj Moller available for loan in the summer transfer window as he heads into his first full season on the Gunners’ books, according to a report from Arsenal Youth.

Moller arrived at the Emirates last October. According to the Daily Mail, he cost Arsenal £450,000.

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He is still awaiting the chance to make his first-team debut. But it does appear that he has managed to make a major impression.

The 18-year-old scored seven goals and contributed three assists in Premier League 2 this past season.

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And according to Football London, some of the club’s academy coaches are hopeful that he can become a top Premier League striker in the future.

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But it appears that he may have to wait a little while for his senior debut.

According to Arsenal Youth, he is one of several academy prospects set to be made available for a loan move this summer.

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There does look to be scope for a young striker to force their way into Mikel Arteta’s plans this summer.

There are question marks hanging over the futures of Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah at the Emirates.

It looks to be too soon for Moller. But the right loan move could surely propel him into the equation upon his return.

There are high hopes for the Swede. And he has backed up those hopes with some impressive form for the under-23s.

If he can prove himself at first-team level, plenty of Arsenal fans will surely implore Arteta to hand him an opportunity.

But it is imperative that the right club is chosen for Moller. Joe Willock’s stint away from North London shows how game-changing that can be.

He needs minutes and he needs a manager who will not be afraid to keep faith with him when he does struggle.

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