Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger has been speaking about Ryo Miyaichi’s skill ever since the player joined two years ago, but what’s he really about?
Sure, we can all see that he’s a speedy guy who is perhaps even faster than Chamberlain or Walcott, which is not easy by any means, and we all saw that his technique on the ball when running is remarkable especially for his fresh age, but do you really think he’ll succeed at Arsenal?
Wenger loaned him out immediately after buying him to Feyenoord where the star let was very good throughout the season, but unfortunately for him the return to Arsenal also brought him an injury along with his work permit, so Wenger chose to loan him out again in order to give him time to recover and grow at another Premiership side, also getting used to the league’s pace.
Currently at Bolton, voices say that manager Owen Coyle was blown away by the youngster at his first appearance in the club’s jersey in a match against Preston which was held behind closed doors.
The real question is whether Ryo will be able to impose himself in Coyle’s first team thus also convincing Wenger to think about making him a starter next season when he’ll be back.