Mikel Arteta OFFICIALLY confirms Arsenal very close to sign £60M valued attacker

Mikel Arteta OFFICIALLY confirms Arsenal very close to sign £60M valued attacker.

 

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Mikel Arteta says attacking sensation Bukayo Saka is close to signing a new contract with Arsenal.

It is no secret that Saka is one of the most exciting talents in world football right now and is a player that Arsenal believe will help them win some titles in the coming seasons

owever – he has made no secret of his desire to play in the Champions League on a yearly basis and win trophies – something that the Gunners are not ready to hand him just yet

And after missing out on the top four this season when it was right there for the taking – there has been alot of speculation that he mat decide to leave the club sooner rather than later

However – amid all the speculation and amid all the rumours – Arteta has come out and told the fans that Arsenal are very close to agreeing a big new contract with the gifted winger

‘We will try and we both have the same intention and it’s a matter of time,’ Arteta said.

The Spaniard was speaking after a 2-0 friendly win over Everton in Baltimore. Gabriel Jesus was once again among the goals having also scored in the 5-3 win over Nurnberg last week with Arteta pleased win another solid preseason showing.

‘It was good, two really different halves. I think the first half we were really good, really intense,’ Arteta said.

‘We understood where the spaces were and the execution was really good. We were a threat all the time, we had a lot of bodies attacking.

‘We were really direct, the counter press was top, I really liked that we conceded nothing. The second half we started a bit sloppy. We changed the formation and we had too many giveaways, it didn’t give us control of the match.

‘It was good, two really different halves. I think the first half we were really good, really intense,’ Arteta said.

‘We understood where the spaces were and the execution was really good. We were a threat all the time, we had a lot of bodies attacking.

‘We were really direct, the counter press was top, I really liked that we conceded nothing. The second half we started a bit sloppy. We changed the formation and we had too many giveaways, it didn’t give us control of the match.

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Arsenal fans will not appreciate this – but how long can they keep their best players without Champions League football and the chance to win that Premier League title?

He is a brilliantly gifted young player that wants to keep on improving and winning things – so next season will be pivotal in his decision to stay at the club for the next few seasons – or join the likes of Man City or Liverpool

He may be close to agreeing a new contract with the club – but what does that mean these days?

 

 

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