The man Tony Pulis didn’t rate when he had him on loan at West Brom continues to rip up the Olympics, scoring his sixth goal in four games against Portugal.

Germany won the quarter final 4-0 and Twitter soon descended into one long Gnabry love in, with fans calling for him to go straight into the Arsenal first team when he returns.

While I appreciate what everyone is saying, and it would be great to see Gnabry given a chance, you can’t have both Gnabry in the side and a great new signing – somebody would have to go and Wenger won’t sell Theo Walcott.

But having him as an option from the bench? That would be great, but it would probably be more beneficial for the player to go somewhere he could play regularly.

Gnabry played 82 minutes, substituted with the game well and truly won. He has been the standout star of the tournament.

His Arsenal contract expires next summer and Hertha Berlin are interested in signing him but Arsenal are expected to offer him a new deal after seeing how well he has responded since his knee injury.

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