REISS NELSON could be on his way out of Arsenal this summer, according to reports.
The Hale End graduate was the Gunners hero in their comeback win against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Nelson lashed home an effort in the final minute of the game to seal a 3-2 victory.
However, he may soon find himself out of the door at the Emirates with his contract expiring in June.
This being said, Fabrizio Romano has reported the 23-year-old would "love" to stay at Arsenal.
Nelson has appeared just three times in the league for Mikel Arteta's side this season, with each of these coming off the bench.
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And he has been very effective across these outings.
He registered a goal and assist after replacing Emile Smith Rowe against Bournemouth to add to the two goals and assist he got against Nottingham Forest.
Much of his season has been hampered through thigh issues, limiting him to eight appearances in all competitions.
But following his winner against Bournemouth, Arteta said: "I always saw the potential, the talent and the desire for him [Nelson] to do it, but he’s at a different level right now.
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"I think emotionally, the experiences that he had helped him. Football-wise, it was my decision in the last two games not to play him because we had other options.
"But he was knocking on the door, he’s been training really good and it’s a good lesson for me and for the coaches that we need him and that he can be really important for the team."
According to 90min, a host of clubs are interested in the winger's services come the end of the season.
These include Brentford, West Ham and Crystal Palace in the capital, while Everton, Southampton and Championship leaders Burnley are also eyeing a move.
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