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The 18-year-old is a product of Arsenal’s academy and is tipped as a future star by the club.
Now the Gunners are ready to send him out on loan to help continue his development.
ESPN claim a host of clubs in England’s lower leagues and several foreign sides are interested in taking Mavididi for the rest of the campaign.
It is said that Arsenal believe he could challenge for a place in the first-team squad next season but first needs a string of games elsewhere.
Mavididi was the top scorer for Arsenal’s Under-21 side last term, netting 17 goals in 30 appearances.
The Derby-born forward has continued to flourish in the club’s under-23s this term.
Mavididi has impressed Arsenal with his strength and eye for goal and they believe he could play as their lone striker within the coming years.
The youngster was part of England’s squad for the Under-17s World Cup in Chile in 2015.