Nketiah, Macey, Sheaf pen new Arsenal deals

Aubrey Yates
December 7, 2017

Macey's a goalkeeper, which makes his future a little less clear - he's behind both Petr Cech and David Ospina in the pecking order, and he's gone out on loan the last couple seasons - but the fact that, again, he's chosen to hitch his career wagon to Arsenal is good news for the club.

And manager Arsene Wenger has been quick to reward all three with improved contracts as he looks to nurture a new generation of young talent.

With Arsenal down 1-0, the Englishman came off the bench to score a brace in what was his first appearance for the senior team.

The 18-year-old striker, who was famously released by Chelsea in 2015, has impressed in all his limited showings this season, and Arsenal supporters will be happy his future has been settled with the Club.

Goalkeeper Macey is another who is tipped to be around the first team squad over the next few years, and has played twice for Wenger this season.

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He started the game against Red Star Belgrade and Norwich City and remains undefeated in his two games with the first-team.

Sheaf has been a player the Gunners have had high hopes for ever since they snapped him up from the West Ham system at the age of 14.

The forward made his Arsenal debut in a brief cameo in the Europa League against BATE Borisov in September and has since featured three more times for the first team.

The deals follow Joe Willock, also signing a contract extension on the dotted line in early November.

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