Thomas Eisfeld joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in January 2012 for a fee reported to be in the region of £400,000.

Since joining the club, Eisfeld has regularly featured for Arsenal's reserve team and has made a name for himself with some impressive performances.

When playing for the reserves, Eisfeld is a standout player and the fantastic midfield abilities which he possesses are expressed by the German every time he plays. Eisfeld has all the qualities needed to become a successful attacking midfielder.

Firstly, his quick and accurate passing allows the team to push forward and pressure opposition defences. Another quality which Eisfeld holds is the intelligence of his movement.

He knows what runs to make on and off the ball to enable him to get into goalscoring positions and make chances for his team-mates.

One of Eisfeld's most deadly assets is his shot. No matter where he is in the opposition's half, Eisfeld can hit a blistering shot and always have a great chance of scoring. When playing in the reserves, Eisfeld often gets onto the scoresheet and smashes home some spectacular goals.

Eisfeld has recently played some first-team football for Arsenal in their successful Asia Tour where he continued to demonstrate his fantastic capabilities.

When playing against the Indonesia dream team, Eisfeld thundered in a goal to further reinforce the talent which all Arsenal fans know that he holds.

Still only 20 years of age, Eisfeld is showing great potential for him to develop into a top quality player. Furthermore, Eisfeld will have an important role to play for his club and country in the near future.

 

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