2012/13 Barclays Premier League
Gnabry made quick strides at Arsenal after he joined the club from VfB Stuttgart in the summer of 2011.
After a youth career in his home town where he starred in the 2010 Nike Cup, he opted to move to London and the Gunners picked him up for around £100,000 when he turned 16.
Initially used as a winger, but also very versatile frontman, he quickly established himself in Neil Banfield's reserve side, where he made six appearances and scored twice. His scoring continued to turn heads at the Emirates as he also netted six goals in eight games for the Under-18s.
Doing enough to earn himself international recognition with the Germany youth teams, he signed a professional contract with Arsenal in the summer of 2012 and has been tipped for the top.
Strengths: With pace and power in abundance, he can play in all the offensive positions and has "has big potential, creative potential, finishing potential" according to Arsene Wenger.
Weaknesses: Decision making can improve, while his final delivery will need work as well.
Career high: His debut for the Arsenal first team came in the League Cup against Coventry.
Career low: Gnabry did not make the Stuttgart Under-13 team initially, but that was more down to his father's influence than any playing issues as he almost halted his son's career before it began.
Style: Versatile, explosive, elegant, a rounded attacking player.
Quotes: "It is difficult to compare with anyone. He is not small, he is stocky with good body balance. He glides, he is fluent." Arsene Wenger, October 2012.
Trivia: Gnabry was a sprinter as a youth, but was forced to choose between his two favourite sports. "I never lost a race," Gnabry told the official Arsenal website, "but it came to a point where I had to make a choice between athletics and football."
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