Arsenal News: Norton Cuffy in Arteta's Plans, Sterling Still an Option, Nketiah's New Deal

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Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling has been scarce for Manchester City in the past few months and pundits believe that it is probably because Pep Guardiola wants him out in the summer. Manchester City are still discussing the 27 year old's future but there is a big chance that they might offer him to the transfer market come June 1st. Sterling is well aware of this possibility and has accordingly instructed his agent to pay more attention to clubs outside the Premier League.

Just like last summer, Sterling does not want to stay in the Premier League if Man City decide against offering him a new contract. Arsenal have been monitoring the player's situation and with just a little persuasion from Mikel Arteta, the England attacker could be an Arsenal player in a heartbeat. His price tag last summer was round €55 Million. I wonder what it will be this summer?

Brooke Norton Cuffy

Arsenal's hybrid right back Brooke Norton Cuffy has returned to Arsenal and is looking forward to being promoted to the first team. Mikel Arteta is understood to have held talks with him about his role next season and the pre season will definitely play a big role in Arteta's decision to play him or not next season. Norton Cuffy spent the whole of last season at Ipswich Town FC where he impressed the scouts of other clubs in the Championship League and the Premier League.

Since Hector Bellerin is not planning on returning back to the club and Takehiro Tomiyasu is having injury problems, fans have urged Mikel Arteta to make the right call by promoting the youngster to the senior squad. His return however will hinder the return of Ainsley Maitland Niles next season who has more experience than the youngster.

Eddie Nketiah

Things seem to have turned out well for Eddie Nketiah after he announced that he will not be leaving the club in the summer. Arsenal are currently drafting a new long term contract for him that will tie him down at the club for atleast five more years. Hopefully he lives up to the expectations set up for him.

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