In comparison to fellow adolescent Ethan Nwaneri, Myles Lewis-Skelly has been named as Arsenal’s top prospect at the moment.
At Hale End, the gifted young midfielder has made significant progress behind the scenes. He has a tremendous talent, and Mikel Arteta will soon give him an opportunity in the Arsenal first squad.
Myles Lewis-Skelly is regarded as Arsenal’s top prospect at the moment.
The best young player at each Premier League team born between September 1, 2006, and August 31, 2007, as determined by The Guardian, was named to their Next Generation 2023 list today.
Arsenal supporters believed that Ethan Nwaneri, the youngest player ever to play in the Premier League, would be the one, but his good friend Myles Lewis-Skelly has been chosen ahead of him.
The 17-year-old has amazing talent. He has been doing a fantastic job for Arsenal’s academy teams, and he has even occasionally been seen participating in senior training.
When Lewis-Skelly’s name is mentioned, “eyes light up around Arsenal,” according to Nick Ames for the Guardian.
He has already participated in the Uefa Youth League and practiced with the first team, and his quick thinking and quick acceleration enable him to change the tempo of a game. He also has a grounded, level-headed mentality that increases his chances of a longer-term engagement.
Nwaneri made his U18s debut at the young age of 14. He has been playing far older than his age group for some time, and his results have been outstanding.
He is loved by Jack Wilshere.
Currently, Myles Lewis-Skelly has been training with Arsenal’s U18s coach Jack Wilshere for more than a year.
The adolescent player has received praise from the Gunners hero on numerous occasions in the past. He has lavished praise on him and has even described him as “unplayable” at one point.
Nwaneri’s potential is so exceptional, according to Wilshere, that he is already performing tasks that are impossible to coach.
“We provide him with the resources he needs to grow, but you can see there are some situations that are not coachable. Only a select few players have the ability to do that, but there are many other factors involved, such as how the individual lives. By the way, he’s a terrific kid, but moving ahead, he has to control that,” Wilshere told The Athletic.