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Arsenal have had a lot of trouble in recent years where they have allowed players to get into the last 12 months of their contract, so at least it seems like lessons have been learned as they seek to link some of the younger players with long-term agreements. .
The latest appears to be young defender Zak Swanson following a report from objective He indicated that talks were ongoing on a new long-term contract.
He still has a couple of years left on his current contract, but the extension is believed to link him to the club until at least 2024.
He will spend this season on loan with Dutch MVV Maastricht, as he slowly makes his way into senior football, but looks like a useful prospect.
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He is a winger who can play on both sides, but he is also 189 cm tall, so you have to think that he could have some potential as a central defender, especially if Arteta persists with three in the back, where he needs players who are feel comfortable. the ball to get out of defense.
His main task at the moment remains to break into the Maastricht squad as a regular to show that he deserves a chance upon his return, but it remains positive to see Arsenal deal with potential contract issues before they arise.