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Salah-Eddine Oulad to Make Debut Against Sunderland?

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Salah-Eddine Oulad to Make Debut Against Sunderland?

It’s always better to train a player ‘in-house’ instead of bringing one in from the outside. The January transfer window is, indeed, a casino, with no way to predict how well the incoming player will do, how quickly he will adapt to playing at the Emirates Stadium. Those looking for the unpredictable better click on this Vwin casino link to find a game of chance.

Arsenal, it seems, won’t take any chances – at least not right now. Instead, they’ll promote one of their own to the turf in their upcoming Carabao Cup match against Leeds – U23 star Salah-Eddine Oulad M’Hand.

Levelling up

Salah Oulad M’Hand has been part of the Dutch professional football team Feyenoord until the summer of 2020 when he left the club on a free transfer, arriving at Emirates in August last year. Since then, he mostly played with the Gunners’ U23 team. This season, mind you because, for most of the last season, he was out due to an injury.

Since his arrival to the Gunners, Salah-Eddine played twice, both times in matches of the EFL Trophy – against Swindon Town and Newport County, scoring once and providing an assist, and in 7 matches in the Premier League 2, meeting adversaries like Man Utd U23, Chelsea U23, Tottenham U23, and Liverpool U23. In the EPL2, he scored three times and provided one assist.

Will he level up to the first team, and have a chance to shine in the Gunners’ upcoming match against Sunderland? Well, football.london’s Bailey Keogh seems to think he has.

Salah-Eddine has requested several times to train with the first team. His footwork and performance have caught the eye of Arteta. Considering that the Carabao Cup is the perfect environment for teams to promote their home-grown youngsters to the first team – a perfect time for Salah-Eddine to show how much he is worth.

Arsenal vs Sunderland

The Gunners enter their game against Sunderland in good form, which is a great thing, considering that their spot in the semi-finals is up for grabs.

The Carabao Cup has recently re-introduced the ‘five substitutions’ rule – clubs will now be permitted to use five of the nine nominated substitutions for the remainder of the season. This rule change applies since October 25, so it will affect the Gunners’ likely lineup in their match against Sunderland.

Will Salah-Eddine step on the turf? We’ll have to wait and see. It’s possible he won’t join the squad, and it’s also possible that he’ll warm the bench for this match. Still, five substitutions increase the chance of the club’s promising young players to join the team on the turf and get their chance to shine.

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