Arsenal: 25-man Premier League squad list
The Gunners' 25-man squad is announced
Thursday 04 September 2014
Arsenal have registered their 25-man Premier League squad list.
The Gunners won their first trophy in nine years last season, the FA Cup, and Arsene Wenger will hope his team can push on for their first league triumph since 2004.
All Premier League squads must submit a 25-man squad of players that can be used during the season.
No club can have more than 17 players who are ineligible for 'Home Grown Player' status, however as many Under-21 players as they like can be named, over and above the limit of 25 players.
Home grown players are those who have been registered with any club tied to the FA for three whole seasons or 36 months prior to their 21st birthday. It does not have to have been in one continuous stretch.
The 25-man squad cannot be changed again until the transfer window reopens on 1 January 2015, however emergency loans and free agent signings can be added before then.
25 squad players (*=Home grown)
Arteta Amatriain, Mikel
Diaby, Vassiriki Abou
*Gibbs, Kieran James Ricardo
*Martinez, Damian Emiliano
*Ramsey, Aaron James
*Szczesny, Wojciech Tomasz
*Walcott, Theo James Yes
*Wilshere, Jack Andrew
Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Ajayi, Oluwasemilogo Adesewo Ibidapo
Alves Da Silva, Wellington
Bola, Marc Joel
Dobson, George David
Eyoma, Aaron Jordan
Gnabry, Serge David
Hayden, Isaac Scot
Hinds, Kaylen Miles
Huddart, Ryan David
Macey, Matthew Ryan
Mavididi, Stephy Alvaro
Moore, Tafari Lalibela
O'Connor, Stefan Ramone Sewell
Olsson, Mats Kristoffer
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alexander Mark David
Pleguezuelo, Julio Jose
Ribeiro Centeno, Jonatas Ian
Smith, Renny Piers
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