Date:5th May 2022 at 7:00pm
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According to reports, Arsenal have made a decision to send young wonderkid Omari Hutchinson out on a season-long loan next season.

THE LOWDOWN: HALE END PRODUCTS

Hale End has given rise to some of the finest Premier League talents over the years. Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe are the two most notable ones making their names in lights now, both becoming two of the best young players in world football.

Arsenal’s current crop of youngsters coming through the ranks in their academy is as good as it has ever been.

18-year-old Hutchinson is arguably the most talented of them all and he’s set to be given an opportunity to go out and gain some experience next term.

Hutchinson has played 22 times in all competitions this season for the Gunner’s youth side and he has been in excellent form.

Mikel Arteta has reportedly taken a liking to the attacking midfielder, and reportedly wants him to gain experience elsewhere next year to further his development.

THE LATEST: SEASON LOAN

According to Football London, the former Manchester City assistant coach has decided to send the 18-year-old wonderkid out on a season-long loan next season.

The report claims that Sky Bet Championship side Reading are very keen on adding him to their squad next season.

The player himself is interested in going out to get some senior football under his belt.

It has also been claimed that the coaching staff at London Colney have been really impressed by the teenager, and he’s viewed by everyone at the club as one for the future.

THE VERDICT: CORRECT CALL

Recently described by football.london journalist Kaya Kaynak as “unplayable” and “sensational”, it is easy to see why the England U19 international has been touted as the next big thing to come out of Hale End.

Indeed, the attacking midfielder has enjoyed a tremendous season in Premier League 2 for the Arsenal U23s, registering six goals and six assists in 17 appearances, whilst also recording eight goals and a further seven assists in all competitions (Transfermarkt).

Hutchinson is very much a player that can feature anywhere in attack, having been deployed on both flanks, upfront and in the No.10 role, so he could well earn some future comparisons to that of Saka, who news outlet FourFourTwo claimed the 18-year-old is more exciting than.

“His technique, balance and acceleration is a joy to watch. Always has a good finish when in the box…” recently claimed Next Generation Arsenal, who tracks the progress of the club’s up and coming prospects.

If Hutchinson is to fulfil his undoubted potential and promise at the Emirates Stadium by earning valuable first team experience elsewhere, then the decision to send him on-loan next season is indeed the correct call.

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