Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is planning a major title push this season and the boss is aware of the need to bring in only the best to achieve his target.
Arsenal youngster Tafari Moore has revealed his plans of making it into the Gunners first team in 2016, after recovering from a ligament injury, according to reports.
According to LONDON24, Moore is ready to return and cement his place in the Under-21’s squad before searching for first team chances.
The pacey wing back is looking to go out on loan after the Gunners offered him a two year extension to be back and ready to get into the first team.
The 19 year old is famous for his marauding runs. The youngster has previously represented Queens Park Rangers before joining the Gunners. Moore was said to be part of the England team that came out victorious in the Under-17 European Championship held in Malta in 2014.
Tafari Moore is the preferred first choice in Steve Gatting’s side in the Under-21’s and was also impressive for the Gunners in the UEFA Youth League.
Moore is in a good club where he can develop his game and move up the ranks at the Emirates as Arsene Wenger is well known to give youngster a chance to grow and become better at the game like he has done in the past with many other youngsters.