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Arsenal lose another player to Africa Cup of Nations after promising defender gets call-up


Rekik will go to Cameroon for the competition following his amazing exhibitions for the Gunners Under-23’s.

Omar Rekik has been called up to the Tunisia crew for the Africa Cup of Nations.

Omar Rekik accepted his first call-up in June where he played 45 minutes of a well disposed match against Mali.

The previous Man City youth player has gotten rave audits for the Gunners Under-23’s this season, having intrigued with his passing and perusing in matches.

A middle back who is additionally ready to play in guarded midfield or at right-back, Omar Rekik will get together with the Tunisia crew for the competition in Cameroon before very long.

The north Londoners have made accessible a few institute players for credit in January, shakezsports.com gets it.

With such countless players and only three contests at senior level this season, the club are attempting to get sufficient match time for their youths.

Omar Rekik was one of the players expected to go out borrowed, yet he will currently profit from playing in an immense competition with Africa’s best footballers.

In the mean time, the Gunners are available to tolerating credit offers for youth Taylor-Hart in January.

Shakezsports.com comprehends that Taylor-Hart is one of eight Arsenal under-23 players set to be made accessible for credit one month from now, alongside any semblance of Balogun, Cottrell and Olayinka, who have all included at first group level for the north Londoners before.

Notwithstanding, it ought to be noticed that the quantity of youth players the Gunners choose to advance out in January could be affected by the Covid circumstance among the principal group.

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