The 20-year-old winger joined The Gunners in January 2011 following a successful trial at the club the previous summer.
But the Japanese starlet has yet to feature for the senior side, spending the majority of his time out on loan at Feyenoord, Bolton and newly Wigan last season.
Yet despite not playing a single game for the Arsenal first-team, Feyenoord manager Ronald Koeman is keen to bring Miyaichi back to the De Kuip Stadium, as soon as he finds out the player’s situation at The Emirates this season.
Koeman was quoted on SkySports.com saying:
‘It’s right we are also working on Ryo Miyaichi, but at the moment it’s not clear what the situation is.
‘After that, we can make a step. It’s not that far yet.’
If Miyaichi is not in Arsene Wenger’s plans then the Frenchman is best off selling him.
Miyaichi certainly has potential but as long as the club continue to bring in more experienced players, he will not stand a chance of getting into the side, which is a shame.
Already the Japan international is behind the likes of Lukas Podolski, Gervinho, Santi Cazorla and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. It would be a shame to see him leave as he could develop into a quality player. However, if Feyenoord offer us a good deal for the winger’s services then we should maybe consider it.
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