Arsene Wenger describes Wellington SIlva as 'stunning' after loan switch

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Arsene Wenger has described youngster Wellington Silva as 'stunning to watch' after he completed another loan move.

Silva is about to embark on his sixth loan move of his young career having sealed a move to Bolton, and the 22-year-old is yet to make a single appearance for the Gunners.

However that hasn't stopped Wenger talking up his prospects, with the Arsenal boss tipping him for a bright future and claiming he is 'stunning to watch.


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Previously Silva has spent time with Almeria, Real Murcia, Levante, Alcoyano and SD Ponferradina - and Wenger believes now he is ready to make the step up.

Speaking to the official Arsenal website, Wenger said: I believe he will do extremely well because he has gained a lot of experience in Spain, he's come back to England and I'm confident he will have a big impact in the Championship.

"He's a creative player, a quick player, tricky player who's absolutely stunning to watch and I believe Bolton will be surprised by his quality."

Bolton will be pleased to have added Silva to their ranks for this season having failed to find the back of the net in their opening four games of the Championship. 

Arsenal are unlikely to make any more moved in the transfer window, despite being heavily linked with Karim Benzema. The French forward is wanted by Wenger but Real Madrid are refusing to sell up, with boss Rafa Benitez publicly denying a move will happen.

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