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Arsenal have a couple of Hale End talents thriving in their first team, but they may wish they had kept hold of teenager Yunus Musah.

Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe are well on their way to becoming Arsenal heroes after emerging through their academy ranks.

Getting every decision right is always unlikely, and Arsenal appear to have got one wrong with Musah.

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Musah’s history at Arsenal

Musah, 18, was born in the United States but moved to London at the age of just nine, joining the Arsenal academy.

A talented midfield player, Musah left Arsenal in the summer of 2019 for Valencia.

Musah has impressed so much with Valencia that 90Min reported in November of last year that Arsenal already want him back.

For now, Musah will focus on impressing for Valencia and the United States national team, showing Arsenal what they’re missing.

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United States fans praise Musah

Musah started as the United States hosted Costa Rica earlier today.

Keysher Fuller put the visitors ahead inside a minute, before Sergino Dest smashed in an equaliser.  Leonel Moreira’s own goal won it for the US, who claim a much-needed win.

Musah was the start of the show for USA, with the 18-year-old again showing that he could have become an Arsenal first-teamer.

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