Arsenal’s stance on selling Emile Smith Rowe ‘may shift’ to bring in new players
Posted by  badge Boss on Jan 17
There has been speculation over Emile Smith Rowe’s future (Picture: Getty)

’s stance on selling ‘may shift’ so the club can bring in new players, according to reports.

The 23-year-old, a Hale End academy graduate, has struggled for regular game time again this term which has led to speculation over his future at the Emirates.

Smith Rowe was the subject of a late enquiry from  in the summer transfer window .

 in the current January transfer window although (PSR).

Arsenal , though, and their position on Smith Rowe’s future ‘may shift’ to continue investment into the squad, have reported.

The sale of an academy graduate such as Smith Rowe holds ‘particular appeal’ as any transfer fee they receive would be pure profit, which would help around PSR.

While Mikel Arteta is keen to keep Smith Rowe, the Arsenal manager admits he will not stand in the Englishman’s way should he wish to depart north London.

Emile Smith Rowe has struggled for minutes under Mikel Arteta this term (Picture: Getty)

‘This is a two-way conversation all the time with players,’ Arteta said earlier this month.

‘I love listening to them about how they are feeling, what is the best thing for them, or what they want to do. Because you really have to be aligned with them and how they are feeling and they have to feel important.’

However, and it is thought that the player is not keen to leave Arsenal at this current moment in time.