Gabriel Martinelli was once again show still have a bright future at the club, with his latest training videos dropped a hint as to what’s in store for his future.
The 19-year-old, who joined Arsenal in summer 2019 from Ituano, made an instant impact last season thanks to his energetic; intelligent play, and handsomely in which scored 10 goals and contributed four assists across all competitions.
The Brazilian forward suffered a serious injury last June and made returned to action for the Gunners in December, but has been restricted to mostly cameo appearances off the bench.
But the highly-rated forward has clearly eager to show how hard he is working in training, as club official social media share videos of Brazilian’s brilliant finish during Tuesday’s training session at London Colney.
After 3-0 defeat to Liverpool at weekend, Mikel Arteta’s squad have put through their paces at club’s London Colney training based on Tuesday ahead of their Europa League quarter-final first-leg Slavia Prague.
The Gunners are in miserable form in domestic this season, and Thursday’s clash against Slavia Prague in Europa League quarter-final first leg, could define their campaign.
With Mikel Arteta’s side sitting tenth position on league standings with 42 points, their hope of make spot in European competitions next season, fall firmly on win Europa League title and using it as a back-door into the Uefa Champions League.
One player hopeful of a major role in the run-in is Gabriel Martinelli. After a spell of not getting in the game time, the teenager forward has made substitute appearances in each of the last three games in which made little impact especially against Olympiacos.
It appears likely that the forward is working on his striking prowess and he’s pushing for a start against Slavia Prague after finding the net with a brilliant strike in Tuesday’s training session.
Thomas Partey, who impressed in Gunners’ 3-0 defeat to Liverpool last week, showcasing a wide array of impressive finishing techniques at London Colney training based on Tuesday morning.