North London club Arsenal manager Unai Emery has hinted that wonderkid Emile Smith-Rowe will not be leaving the club no matter how much is tabled by stating that he has a future at the Emirates Stadium.
Emile Smith-Rowe scored his third goal for the Gunners in his fourth appearances in the 3-0 Europa League clash against Vorskia Poltava on Thursday evening.
It has been reported that the 18-year-old is already interesting clubs across Europe with Barcelona and Real Madrid mentioned as suitors who are muting the plans of tempting him away from the club.
The Gunners boss who expressed his delight in the performance of the player hints that Emile Smith-Rowe has a future at the club as he urged other young England youth international to emulate him to fight for a regular playing time at the Emirates Stadium.
Emery, therefore, hints he will hand more playing time to the young lad after stating that there is a need for them to have more games to gain more experience and confidence which to him is a different experience from the usual training they always have.
Arsenal have got the record of nurturing youth players into becoming stars with Cecs Fabregas, Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey falling the category of those who started just like Emile Smith-Rowe.