How the Gunners could line up if they only fielded players from the UK.
Although the Arsene Wenger era at Arsenal has often been criticised for not featuring enough British talent, there is an XI at the club currently that could be fielded made up entirely of players from the nation.
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GK – Ryan Huddart
Most Gunners fans – never mind anyone else – could be forgiven for not having heard of this 17-year-old goalkeeper until Wednesday night, where due to injury and suspension the Englishman was named on the bench for the Champions League clash with Anderlecht.
RB – Carl Jenkinson
May not have truly impressed at the Emirates Stadium just yet and was loaned to West Ham United this season as a result, but the 22-year-old could still prove those doubters wrong.
CB – Calum Chambers
Made the £16m switch from Southampton over the summer and has since been impressing in North London, playing a bigger part than perhaps many expected due to a string of injuries.
CB – Isaac Hayden
A 19-year-old who is on the cusp of Wenger’s first team having impressed in the youth side and has represented England at every level up until the Under-20s to date.
LB – Kieran Gibbs
An established figure in the starting XI and having had faith put in him by his manager the left-back has blossomed and even looks to be getting back into the Three Lions setup under Roy Hodgson.