5. Gedion Zelalem
At only 17 Zelalem is one of the youngest Arsenal players to break into the first team squad. Like Gnabry he is also German and joins the growing army at Arsenal. Having impressed all throughout his time in the Arsenal academy he eventually made his debut on 24 January 2014, coming on as a substitute for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 71st minute of their 4–0 home FA Cup victory against Coventry City. He could still play for Arsenal in the U21’s league this season however I feel that first team experience would benefit the promising young star. Wenger may have to delve deep to find a club who would be able to promise him regular first team football but with connections world wide Wenger will find the perfect place to embed the youngster.