Mikel Arteta called up Academy wunderkind to training Pre-Brantford game

Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta is pushing his Arsenal squad to maintain their momentum as they prepare to host Brentford in the Premier League this weekend. The Gunners boast an impressive seven-game winning run, showcasing their current form.

Arsenal currently sits third in the premier league as the Title race heats up. This time it is a Three-way title race now.

Arsenal head into their home clash with Brentford brimming with confidence. The Gunners are rolling, having secured seven league wins in a row. Their attack is firing on all cylinders, scoring 27 goals in their last eight Emirates Stadium matches.

Brentford find themselves in a precarious position. The team has only managed two wins in their last ten away games. With a six-point buffer above the relegation zone, they are desperate to avoid being dragged into a scrap for survival.

On Thursday, the Arsenal media team published photos from their latest training session at London Colney.

Michal Rosiak, one of the most talented players in the Hale End setup, was spotted in the session, giving chase to Gabriel Jesus.

Mikel Arteta included  Michal Rosiak in training

Michal Rosiak is an 18-year-old midfielder who can also play at right-back. He has been making waves at under-18 and Under-21 levels this term. The Poland, under-19 international moved from his home country to England back in 2016, when he was just 10 years old.

Rosiak used to play for a local team in his hometown called Glaz Tychowo. In England, he joined Arsenal after being scouted at a football tournament with his school.

In U18 Premier League he has scored six goals and four assists from 13 U18 Premier League outings. Showing he’s effectively above that level. He has also made seven Premier League 2 (U21) appearances this term. He has featured in the EFL Trophy, UEFA Youth League and FA Youth Cup too.

I would say my versatility is a strong part of my game,” Rosiak told the Arsenal website in 2022.

“I am comfortable playing anywhere across the back-line, but I would say that my preferred position is central midfield.“I’m hard-working, I’ll run around a lot. I just like to be controlling things in the middle of the park for us. Build up the momentum of the team.

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