Tag: Arthur Okonkwo
A few Arsenal players made a positive impression in the u21 win on Tuesday night, including a couple of long-term absentees returning to the side.
Youth goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo is back at the Arsenal training ground, following the recent injury to senior keeper Bernd Leno.
Tyreece John-Jules and Arthur Okonkwo continued to impress for the England u18s on Thursday, in a 2-0 win over Mexico.
Tyreece John-Jules scored the England u18s' only goal in a 1-0 win over Russia on Monday, as two other Arsenal youngsters featured in the first game of the Slovakia Cup.
Arthur Okonkwo, Vontae Daley-Campbell and Tyreece John-Jules have all been called up for the England u18s, as they prepare to play a tournament in Slovakia this month.
Six members of the Arsenal academy trained with the first team on Tuesday, ahead of the Premier League clash away to Wolves.
Arthur Okonkwo has travelled with the Arsenal first team to Italy for the Europa League quarter-final second leg, after an impressive start to his u23 career in recent weeks.
Arthur Okonkwo joined first-team training again ahead of Arsenal's match against Newcastle United on Monday, after making his u23 debut last week.
The Arsenal academy will travel to the USA for the 2019 Dallas Cup in April, after finishing as runners-up in the youth competition last season.
Arthur Okonkwo appears to have joined Arsenal's growing list of goalkeeping injuries, with the 17-year-old missing out on the u18s match against Leicester City...
Arthur Okonkwo appears to have joined Arsenal's growing list of goalkeeping injuries, with the 17-year-old missing out on the u18s match against Leicester City on Tuesday.
Deyan Iliev picked up an injury in Arsenal's 4-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Friday, which leaves the club very light in the goalkeeping position.
Arsenal have agreed to take Reading youth goalkeeper James Hillson on loan to replace the injured Karl Hein, according to reports.
12 Arsenal academy stars have been called up for England duty over the upcoming international break, so let's have a look at who made the cut this month.
Sam Greenwood has made a strong start to life with the Arsenal academy, and got his first goal in his first start for the u18s at the weekend.
On Friday, Arsenal announced that Bukayo Saka and Arthur Okonkwo had both signed new deals, after turning 17 this month.
Arsenal have gone through a number of changes in goal over the summer, but assuming there aren't any more, how will Arsenal line up at all levels next season?
16-year-old Arthur Okonkwo has signed a scholarship deal with Arsenal, committing his future to the club after months of speculation.
Arsenal could lose 16-year-old goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo to RB Leipzig or Celtic this summer, because the youngster hasn't signed a scholarship with the club.
Arsenal have reportedly offered 10 players first-year scholarships for next season, while releasing six other players.
Arsenal have a total of seven players called up for England duty at various youth levels, as the young Gunners benefit from their recent senior match experiences.
Arsenal's u18s lost 2-0 to Leicester City after the youth side were forced in to fielding an extremely inexperienced team on Saturday.
Arsenal youth goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo was spotted training with the first-team ahead of the Gunners' Carabao Cup clash with Doncaster Rovers.
Defeats against Anderlecht, Bayern, and Benfica in the play-off meant Arsenal u17s finished sixth in the ABN AMRO Future Cup this year.