Saka have no place in Asernal dressing room
He already has a hand in four goals (one goal, three assists) in six competitive games, and has started the last three Premier League games of which none ended in defeat.
All seems to be going well for the 18-year-old, who is considered a better performer than Arsenal record signing Nicolas Pepe, and is already in line to sign a long-term contract at the Emirates Stadium.
Not only that, but England manager Gareth Southgate, is also keeping tabs on him, as he is eligible to play for the Three Lions and the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
“We’ve got Callum Hudson-Odoi coming through and other players are emerging so quickly,” Southgate said ahead of England’s Euro 2020 qualifier with the Czech Republic.
“You’ve got Bukayo [Saka] at Arsenal just dipping his toes in the first team as well.