Arsenal have reportedly recalled Serge Gnabry from West Brom after Tony Pulis proved he didn’t know what to do with a talented player who knows how to actually play football.

But before you get excited that you might see the young German lineup for Arsenal in the FA Cup this weekend against Sunderland, the Telegraph are reporting that he will be sent out on loan again, this time to the Championship as the club look to get him playing time.

Serge Gnabry of West Bromwich Albion during the West Bromwich Albion training session at West Bromwich Albion Training Ground on November 19, 2015 in Walsall, England. (Photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)
Serge Gnabry of West Bromwich Albion during the West Bromwich Albion training session at West Bromwich Albion Training Ground on November 19, 2015 in Walsall, England. (Photo by Matthew Ashton – AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)

With just 12 minutes of Premier League football under his belt this season for the Baggies, the loan has been a total waste of time. He has not featured for Pulis since September with the Orc High Commander claiming that Gnabry was not ‘at that level to play games’ which is odd as he seemed perfectly capable when he was at Arsenal.

WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 19: Serge Gnabry of West Bromwich Albion U21 during the Barclays U21 League match between West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City at The Hawthorns on October 19, 2015 in West Bromwich, England. (photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)
WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 19: Serge Gnabry of West Bromwich Albion U21 during the Barclays U21 League match between West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City at The Hawthorns on October 19, 2015 in West Bromwich, England. (photo by Matthew Ashton – AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)

Regardless, it’s good to hear his ordeal is finally coming to an end and he can actually go somewhere to learn from a football manager rather than Pulis.

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