Watch: Arsenal wonderkid Omari Hutchinson shows off his skills

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Arsenal fans could be forgiven for feeling like they don't have a whole lot to look forward to. 

The Gunners' inactivity in the transfer window has left them in crisis both up front and in defence, so the Emirates isn't a happy place right now. 

However, disgruntled fans, look no further, as you're about to be cheered up by a child doing tricks.


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Even if the club never spend any money, one thing they're definitely good at is bringing through young talent. 

It seems Omari Hutchinson is the latest wonderkid people are already getting excited about and it's easy to see why. We say 'already', because he's the tender age of just 12 years old. 

Admittedly, it might be a little presumptuous for Arsenal fans to start looking forward to seeing him in the first team, as even if he stays at the club, he won't be appearing for at least another five or six years - although, it depends whether Arsene Wenger actually signs anyone before then, so maybe they're better off waiting for him after all. 

Incredible skills 

Take a look at the kid's talent as he shows off his round-the-world skills and quality ball control.

He's currently learning the ropes in Arsenal's under-12 side, but if he keeps it up, he's got to be one for the future. 

Videos of Hutchinson are now doing the rounds on social media, so this could be a name to remember in years to come. 

Where will Arsenal finish this season? Leave a comment below. 

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