One of the toughest questions for Arsenal this summer is making a determination on just how good Eddie Nketiah is and how he works with the plans for the team going forward.
Nketiah has been the victim of Arsenal's squad building where they spent big to bring in big-name strikers that pushed him way down the pecking order on the depth chart and limited his chances. That means that in the five or so seasons that he has been in the first team he has less than 2,000 league minutes.
His production looks solid but it is still something that is not a very big sample size. The stats suggest a striker that gets a decent amount of shots, with good average quality. A player that is solid at buildup play, contributing well to set up teammates and an overall attack. While also having a knack for finding space to get the ball into dangerous areas.