Arsenal’s Gedion Zelalem look set to extend his stay on loan at Rangers until the end of the season according to reports.
The 18 years old midfielder, who once claimed that he will definitely reach the level of Andrea Pirlo has impressed for the Scottish Championship outfit since arriving in the e summer.
The Midfielder good form is being rewarded as Rangers Coach; Mark Warburton spoke confidently about keeping the youngster for the remainder of the season following successful talks with Arsenal’s representative Liam Brady.
Matt Pilkington, Youth Coach at his former side Olney Ranger in America said that the youngster is a midfield player that dribbles like Andreas Iniesta and passes like Xavi. The player has played at Herta Berlin in Germany, MSC United and Bethesda Soccer Club, before joining Olney Rangers.
Arsenal picked him from Olney Rangers in July of 2013, and he holds an awkward record of being the first player born after Arsene Wenger joined Arsenal to play for the Gunners.
Zelalem is excellent on the ball, with a mesmeric weight of pass and close control allowing him to dribble pass players with ease and can unlock an entire team with one brush stroke of his foot. The Gunners may have gotten for themselves another Cesc Fabregas in the making.
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