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Arsenal youngsters Myles Lewis-Skelly and Ethan Nwaneri are attracting interest from other Premier League clubs with Manchester United and Chelsea both keen, as reported by Arsenal Youth. 

The Gunners may have more problems than Jay Z right now but bringing through talented youngsters certainly ain’t one of them.  

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Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe have been shining lights in a dark season for the Gunners while Gabriel Martinelli, fresh from a lengthy spell on the sidelines, was nothing short of outstanding in recent victories over Sheffield United and Newcastle. 

So why would two of England’s most exciting teenagers – Lewis-Skelly and Nwaneri – consider turning their back on the north London giants?  

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Arsenal Youth reports the highly rated pair could be promoted to U18 level in the near future.

There’s a clear pathway at Arsenal and that could prove invaluable as the three-time Premier League champions look to keep Lewis-Skelly and Nwaneri from the clutches of Manchester United and Chelsea. 

Lewis-Skelly, who has captained Arsenal’s youth team, joined the club at U9 level. The same can be said of Nwaneri, a gifted attacking midfielder with plenty of potential. 

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