September 20, 2021

As a top ten Arsenal player before the age of 20, Bakayo Saka reached number five on the list, with Cesc Fabregasway in front.

Bokayo Saka made the top five of Arsenal’s stars with the most performances before the age of 20.

Saka registered his 92nd game for the Gunners against Manchester City two weeks ago and equaled Theo Walcott’s record.

Bokio Saka is officially one of the most successful youngsters in Arsenal's history.


Bokio Saka is officially one of the most successful youngsters in Arsenal’s history.

England International will not be able to break Walcott’s number as he turned 20 during the international break on Sunday, thus maintaining the record of Cesc Fabregas.

No teenager has performed better than Fabregas, who tops the list with 151 games.

According to AFTV results, this is who made the top five in the relevant group for Arsenal.

5. Outstanding Saka / Theo Walcott.

Bokayo Saka earned a senior call-up under Unai Emery in 2018 and soon proved to be one of the brightest prospects for Arsenal and England as he currently has 12 goals and 21 assists in 92 clubs.

Theo Walcott, on the other hand, was one of the brightest young stars to emerge from Arsene Wenger’s academy and spent 12 years at the club until moving to Everton in 2018.

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4. Cliff Boston.

Cliff Boston joined Arsenal from Exeter in 1929 and made 109 appearances before the age of 20.

Boston became the Gunners’ third all-time goal scorer in his 18 years in North London.

3. Stuart Robson.

Like Walcott, Stuart Robson was a product of Arsenal Academy and the midfielder hit the moving ball since his first senior appearance in 1981.

Robson has amassed a total of 118 appearances as a teenage gunner.

2 David O’Leary

David O’Leary started Arsenal’s youth ranks and began his senior career in 1975.

O’Leary made a total of 558 appearances for the club, 121 of which took place before he was 20 years old.


1 Cesc Fabregas

The most respected member of the group, Cesc Fabregas joined Arsenal in 2003 from Barcelona’s La Masia Academy.

At the age of 20, Fabregas hit the ground running, playing 151 times.

The legendary midfielder became a great club before returning to Barcelona in 2011 and moving to Chelsea three years later.

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