By Nik Brumsack
Arsène Wenger says Serge Gnabry has the potential to be a future star for the Club.
The German made his Arsenal debut in last month’s Capital One Cup win over Coventry, and followed that up with debuts in both the Premier League and the Champions League against Norwich and Schalke respectively.
Wenger has been impressed with what he has seen from the 17-year-old and believes Gnabry has all the attributes to become a top player.
“He is a guy who can play in all the offensive positions,” Wenger told Arsenal Player. “I think he could even play centre forward. He has a kind of efficiency in his game, and can get on the end of things.
“He has big potential, creative potential, finishing potential. Serge is 17 years old and strong for a boy of that age.
"It is difficult to compare with anyone. He is not small, he is stocky with good body balance. He glides, he is fluent.”
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