Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Michal Rosiak aiming to make major impact for Arsenal U21s

Arsenal announced this week that seven players have progressed to professional terms but one player in that age group, Michal Rosiak, had already reached that milestone over a year ago.

Rosiak was rewarded after his impressive performances at right-back during Arsenal U18s’ run to the final of the FA Youth Cup in the 2022/23 campaign.

The 18-year-old is now mainly deployed as a central midfielder and the upcoming season will see him step up to U21s football on a full-time basis.

Rosiak has already gained some experience of playing for the U21s but he has had to be patient for regular opportunities at that level with the likes of Jack Henry-Francis and Myles Lewis-Skelly ahead of him.

If Henry-Francis was to go on loan then it could open up a chance for Rosiak to really make an impact.

The Poland U19 international is renowned for being a free-kick specialist, while he also often provided assists for Arsenal at U18 level and is an impressive passer.

Rosiak also works hard out of possession and it will be interesting to see how much progress he can make this season.

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