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Wenger Will Decide In Jan If Ryo Goes Out On Loan Or Not

by on December 9, 2011

Japanese teenager Ryo Miyaichi has been linked with a possible loan move in January, Arsène Wenger spoke about the situation in his press conference today. Miyaichi who went on loan last season to Dutch side Feyenoord because at the time he didn’t have a work permit and couldn’t play for Arsenal without one. Whilst Miyaichi was at Feyenoord he impressed, lighting up Eredivisie with his pace, skills and tricks.

But since Miyaichi was granted his work permit and was allowed to play for Arsenal at the start of the season he’s seen his chances limited. Miyaichi has only made two substituted appearances in the Carling Cup for Arsenal against Shrewsbury Town and Bolton. The highly rated forward has started a number of games for Neil Banfield’s side this season getting a couple of assists. But Miyaichi has had a couple of injuries since pre-season which has interrupted his season so far. He’s currently injured at the moment with an ankle injury should be back to full training near the end of December.

Wenger was asked about the chances of Ryo Miyaichi going out on loan in January and he said this below.

“No, there is no truth in that at the moment,” and “I will decide that at the beginning of January.”

Ryo has been linked with a number of clubs in recently about a possible loan move next month but hopefully if Ryo does go out on loan it would be ideal to a team England. Somewhere like Bolton would be ideal because Ryo would be experience of playing in the Premiership.

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