Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah has an uncertain future at the club, with manager Mikel Arteta claiming he has “no future” there.
Despite scoring five Premier League goals this season, Nketiah’s playing time has diminished, raising questions about his future plans.
On the It’s All Kicking Off podcast, former Blackburn striker Chris Sutton encouraged Nketiah to consider leaving Arsenal owing to uncertainty over his job, particularly since Kai Havertz is favored as the central striker. Crystal Palace has apparently expressed interest, and Arsenal has set a £30 million price tag, maybe motivated by the need to sell players and strengthen the squad.
Arteta addressing the January transfer window, expressed openness to potential moves but stressed a focus on maximizing the potential of the existing squad, leaving Nketiah’s future in the ongoing transfer window uncertain.