Everton and Borussia Dortmund are just two of the clubs reportedly interested in signing Chris Willock, who has just three months left on his current Arsenal deal.
- Willock’s scored 3 and assisted 7 in 16 Premier League 2 appearances this season
- He made his debut for the first team in the EFL Cup v Nottingham Forest
- Southampton and Bournemouth are also been linked with the starlet
- Willock is a product of the Arsenal academy
The 19-year-old, who’s scored three times for England’s u19s this week, has impressed for Arsenal’s youth team this season and, according to the Daily Mail, is keen to stay in north London.
— England (@England) March 24, 2017
Hat-trick for Eddie Nketiah in England U18s' game against Qatar. So prolific. Also a brace from Chris Willock for the U19s v Belarus.
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However, with his current deal running out at the end of the season, Willock’s said to be open to a move if it means regular first team football.
The teenager made his first team debut against Nottingham Forest back in September, although he only played seven minutes. He later played 18 minutes against Reading, which is an improvement. However, it’s not exactly regular and, with Arsene Wenger’s future at the club uncertain, it’s hard to know where he stands.
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Willock is a product of the Arsenal academy so it would be a shame to see him leave.