Gunners loan out Miyaichi

Published Jan. 18, 2011 1:16 p.m. ET

The move is part of wider strategy to develop closer links between the clubs, who have similar football philosophies. Arsenal feel the Dutch club will be a good place for their aspiring non-EU players to go and learn their trade, before returning to the Emirates. Arsenal director Richard Law told Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad: "We don't believe in a co-operation by signing contracts and documents. "It's much more important to build up a good relationship. We have similar relationships with other players and already have a good relationship with Feyenoord. "If we can help each other out, then it is something we will look into. I see this as a shake of hands agreement." Miyaichi impressed Wenger when he was on trial with Arsenal in the summer and they had to fend of interest from Ajax and other top clubs to sign him. It is now ironic he will now gain experience with their fierce rivals but Law insists they have a talented player within their ranks. He added: "Feyenoord must fully trust us when we say that he is a very good player. We feel they will use him in the right manner. "We have not put any demands on them and it will be up to them where he will play and how much he does."