Here are the evening titles of Arsenal for Sunday 5 July.
Arteta comes out of the shadow of Guardiola
Mikel Arteta is starting to demonstrate why he is so appreciated by Pep Guardiola and good form is seeing him emerge from the shadow of the manager of Manchester City.
Arsenal’s impressive 2-0 victory over the Wolves marked a fourth consecutive victory in all competitions with the Gunners who have accumulated a delay for European places.
Such as James Benge he writes, however, are the smallest details of the management of Arteta to demonstrate the most fascinating part of the recovery of Arsenal in form. More than anything else, it could only prove that Arteta is the man who leads the club in an increasingly challenging situation.
The Arsenal boss told football.london that a clear advantage of playing behind closed doors is that he can pass on instructions to his players, which would not be possible with 60,000 fans at the stadium.
Therefore, such an environment is allowing him to convey his message to his players and, in turn, to show the developments of the system and the team’s results.
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Wright reacts to Arsenal’s wonderkids by signing new agreements
Arsenal legend Ian Wright expressed his praise for Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli after the pay pledged their long-term future with the Gunners this week.
Both 18-year-old, the duo is viewed as exciting prospects in North London and players who can turn into crucial players under Arteta.
Saka confirmed this Saturday with his first league goal for the club and Wright had nothing but positive things to say on young people.
“I’m happy for him, a fantastic week for Arsenal with Saka signing, Gabriel Martinelli signing, in talks with Aubameyang,” said Wright.
“The way we play is very encouraging, Saka’s goal has been wonderfully guided.
“It is simply brilliant to see.”
Arsenal are interested in the Real Madrid star at a reduced price
James Rodriguez, who wants Real Madrid, is reportedly expected to leave Bernabeu this summer with Arsenal interested in acquiring his services.
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This is according to Marca, go Meter, who report that the 28-year-old will be sold at an affordable price in the next transfer window because Real Madrid wants to avoid losing him for free next summer.
The report suggests that the Spanish giants would be willing to sell Rodriguez for a minimum of £ 22.5 million, which could see Arsenal making a move for the talented director.
A number of Premier League clubs are said to be interested in signing the Colombian national team with Manchester United, Everton and Wolves as well as following his situation.