- England international Reiss Nelson has agreed to sign a new deal with his EPL side Arsenal
- He is expected to join German League side Hoffenheim on loan after signing the deal
- The attacker graduated from the Gunners academy and made his debut for the club in 2017
Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly planning to offer England youngster Reiss Nelson a new long term offer in the coming days.
The 18-year-old made his senior debut for the Gunners against Bayern Munich in the International Champions Cup pre-season match in 2017.
Having graduated from the club's academy, he has made three competitive appearances for the north Londoners.
However, after signing a new deal with the Emirates Stadium side, he is expected to be shipped out to German League side Hoffenheim on a season-long loan.
Both parties have reached an agreement for the new deal after months of talks over a new contract after signing signing his first deal in December 2016.
Meanwhile, SunSport reports that Arsenal new boss Unai Emery is said to be a big fan of the attacker and has told him he will get his chances this season.
The England international on the other hand wants regular playing time, something Hoffenheim are willing to offer as they are willing to strengthen their attack for the season.
Julian Nagelsmann is hoping to sign the 18-year-old after losing former Gunners star Serge Gnabry to Bayern Munich after having him on loan last season.
Nelson is rated as one of England's best young prospects and made his Arsenal breakthrough last term.
He featured 16 times in total for the Gunners and made his full Premier League debut against Southampton in April.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Monaco and Real Madrid have shown interest in signing Arsenal midfielder Reiss Nelson during the 2018 summer transfer window.
British media, London Evening Standard reports that Nelson has caught the eye of many European giants.
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