Arsenal starlet set for Bundesliga transfer this summer

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Arsenal defender Martin Angha is reportedly set to leave the club during the summer transfer window and join Bundesliga side FC Nuremberg on a four-year deal.

The 19-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and, according to talkSPORT, is set to have a medical with Nuremberg before finalising his switch to the Grundig-Stadion, which will be officially completed on July 1.

Angha has made two first-team appearances for the Gunners this season, the first coming in the 6-1 thrashing of Coventry City last September, and the second in the defeat to Olympiakos in Athens three months later.

It would appear a lack of immediate regular senior action has led Angha to look elsewhere to further his career, and a switch to German football beckons for the Swiss teenager.

The young centre-back has mainly spent his time playing for the club's under-21 and NextGen teams this term, and played a role in helping Arsenal into the last four of the latter competition.

Arsenal secured a semi-final tie with Chelsea following a 1-0 defeat of CSKA Moscow at the Emirates Stadium, but the young Gunners were defeated narrowly after extra time against their London rivals.

Chelsea were beaten in the final by Aston Villa, who claimed the title during only its second season, with the inaugural competition having been won by Inter Milan.

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