Midfield player Ross Jenkins burst on the scene at Watford as a 17-year-old scholar. He made his first-team debut in a Carling Cup tie against Bristol Rovers in August 2008 and by the time he graduated to the senior ranks he was already a first-team regular. A powerful, tough tackling central midfielder, Ross remained a regular in the line-up in 2009-10 although he was affected by injuries. It was a similar story in 2010-11, when injuries again held him back, but he had the consolation of scoring his second senior goal with a composed header against Sheffield United at Vicarage Road. Ross has represented England at U20 level.
Arsenal fans have taken to social media to vent their anger at Arsene Wengers failure to secure a single outfield
So, yesterday concluded another English summer transfer window.
Yesterday, Manchester United confirmed the signing of Monaco forward Anthony Martial just hours before the transfer window slammed shut.
An interesting stat has emerged that Arsenal account for just 2% of the Premier League transfer spend this window and
Arsene Wenger is in Paris today with a little over 3 hours remaining before the deadline is reached for player registration.
Manchester United could look to make a deadline day deal for Queens Park Rangers forward Charlie Austin to bolster their attack, according to reports.