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Arsenal has exercised a contract option to keep Marcelo Flores until 2025

According to the Evening Standard, Arsenal has exercised a contract option to keep Marcelo Flores until 2025. Recent reports about Flores indicate that Mikel Arteta’s camp really sees him as an integral component of their long-term plans.

Arsenal is poised to keep Marcelo Flores, who is presently on loan at Real Oviedo, despite the fact that he could have departed on a free transfer this summer owing to his contract ending in that month.

Youth football specialist Jeorge Bird has praised the 19-year-old, who has previously represented Mexico at the international level, for his “skilful” playmaking. Furthermore, Jacek Kulig has likened the youngster to Santi Cazorla, a big praise for any developing technical midfielder.

In a move similar to what they did with Charlie Patino, Arsenal reportedly exercised their option to extend Marcelo Flores’ till 2025, as reported by the Evening Standard.

Marcelo Flores has been “tipped” to have a bright future

According to another piece of information, the boy has been “tipped” to have a bright future, and the Gunners opted to ensure his future to fend off interest from a number of European teams.

The current Premier League champions have pulled off yet another excellent commercial move. By extending Marcelo Flores‘ contract, Arsenal now has a plethora of promising young players on their roster.

The obvious names who have shown their minerals in the first team are Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith-Rowe, and Eddie Nketiah.

Amario Cozier-Duberry, Bradley Ibrahim, and Salah-Eddine Oulad M’Hand are just a few of the promising youngsters who have been practising with the first team and may easily become stars if given the chance.

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