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Hector Bellerin's reputation is growing fast.
Hector Bellerin is the strongest candidate on this list to first make his debut with the seniors.
The attack-minded full-back has flourished at the Under-21 level this season. The Mail article tipped Bellerin to join Zelalem with the seniors sooner rather than later.
Bellerin joined Toral in bolting from Barcelona to join the Gunners and work with Wenger. He is displaying the buccaneering style all Wenger's full-backs have shown.
Bellerin is keen to get forward and has the pace, control and delivery to frighten defenses when he does. He is also extremely comfortable in possession and excels at pass-and-move football.
Perhaps most importantly, Bellerin shows considerable energy levels on the pitch. He'll need them, as full-back is arguably the most physically demanding position in Wenger's style of play.
Bellerin will be required to provide an attacking outlet every time Arsenal have the ball. Whenever they lose it, he'll be expected to quickly track back and often face down attacks from wide by himself.
Fortunately, none of that appears too challenging for the 18-year-old Catalan. With Bacary Sagna's future at the club still unresolved, Bellerin could be fast-tracked to the first-team level.