In this weeks ‘Loan Watch’, many of Arsenal’s loanees did not feature this week.
It looks as though Arsenal have secured top four football once again. In what was a nervous game, Arsenal scraped through with a point which should be enough to secure them third, although that would mean Tottenham finishing second. With the promise of Champions League football, Arsenal will once again be able to lure some of the better players in Europe, hopefully.
With the possible chance of new signings, Arsenal must also consider the futures of the 11 players currently out on loan. Some players such as Chuba Akpom and Gedion Zelalem could play in the first team next year, others, like Glen Kamara and Emiliano Martinez could be at risk of losing their places at the club.
Similarly, Jon Toral has been superb for Birmingham this season, but it remains unclear as to his chances at Arsenal, in what is a saturated centre-midfield position.
With all this considered, let’s have a look at how the players got on between 3rd-10th May.