Arsenal have confirmed that Emmanuel Frimpong will spend the rest of the season on loan with Fulham.
The Ghanaian midfielder, who has spent much of the last two years battling serious injury and brainstorming new words with relatives in the music industry, has already spent six-weeks with Charlton this term.
In need of first team football having fallen behind Francis Coquelin in Arsene Wenger’s pecking order, the 21-year-old will be hoping for more playing time than he’s had at the Emirates where he’s been restricted to two League Cup appearances.
Frimpong won’t be the only Arsenal Academy graduate on the banks of the River Thames, the feisty midfielder joins forces with fellow ex-Gooners Philippe Senderos and Steve Sidwell as alien-headed Martin Jol looks to resurrect the Cottagers stuttering season.
Arseblog News wishes Frimpong all the best for the season and trusts he won’t spend too much time having to fetch Dimitar Berbatov’s slippers and ciggies.4,963 views