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Frimpong Set To Go Out On Loan In January

by on December 4, 2011

Emmanuel Frimpong is set to join Premiership side Wolves in January on loan until the end of the season according to the Mirror. The loan move would provide Frimpong the chance to play more regular football each week and the vital experience it gives younger players when they go out on loan. As Wolves are in the Premiership, Frimpong would be playing top quality opposition each week as well. It would be a similar loan deal to when Jack Wilshere went out on loan to Bolton in January 2010 until May 2010.

The young defensive midfielder is current back up for Alex Song in the Arsenal team, being rotated with France U-21 international Francis Coquelin for the back up role for Song. Normally one of Frimpong and Coquelin will find themselves on the bench for the gunners. The Ghanaian born footballer would benefit hugely from this reported deal if it’s true.

If Frimpong goes go out on loan in January then Francis Coquelin is likely not to get loaned out and will be back for Alex Song until the end of the season. Both Frimpong and Coquelin are set to be in the Arsenal squad for the Champions League game on Tuesday evening away to Olympiakos.

Arsène Wenger has described Frimpong as a “fighter” before because he goes in for every tackle on the pitch to win the ball. With Alex Song not going to the African Nations Cup in January this probably allowed Frimpong to go out on loan in January.  Frimpong who impressed last week against Manchester City and kept former Arsenal player Samir Nasri very I’m quiet throughout the game.

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One Comment
  1. wel 2 me is a gud idea 4 him 2 go on loan nd i knw b4 he comes back, he wil b challenge in d mid wit song nd we all knw dat song is nt going 4 nation cup. So is a gud idea 4 fring bong.

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