Bromance between Arsenal Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson is on another level

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Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock seem to have taken their bromance to another level as the two shared pictures of their vacation at an undisclosed location.

Reiss Nelson is a product of the gunner’s academy about the same year Joe Willock was with the academy; Nelson made over 60 appearances for the youth team in different competitions scoring more than 20 goals for different levels of the youth teams he plays majorly as a winger.

Jadon Sancho and Nelson wishing Wilock a happy birthday

However, he was loaned out to Bundesliga club Hoffenheim where he made 29 appearances for the club scoring seven times and one assist. He made a return a return to the club in the 2019/20 season, making two appearances in Premier League b but was promoted to the first team and made 17 appearances in the English top-flight with cameo appearances in the Premier League, FA Cup, and Europa League.

While Joe Willock has played his entire career with the London club since he joined the academy, he plays majorly as he central midfielder but can also play out wide or a little deeper. He played 27 times for the U-18 scoring eight times, and with ten assists, his impressive stats helped him gain promotion to the U23 where he played 28 times and score ten goals with seven assists before he moved to the senior team in 18/19 season and has so far made 61 appearances scoring 8 times and an assist to his name.

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The pair are expected to play a key role this season as they hope to build on the success of the second half of the season, which saw the team win the FA Cup and qualify for the Europa League, the first trophy under their new manager and former player.
The two have more than just the club in common as they also have always been spotted in the same store and often go on vacation together, looks like a new version of Dejan Lovern and Mo’Salah in the gunner’s color.

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