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Arsenal: £70m target could be ‘another Trossard’ at Emirates



Arsenal: £70m target could be ‘another Trossard’ at Emirates

Arsenal’s target could be a signing similar to Leandro Trossard, journalist Paul Brown believes.
Arsenal target Alexis Mac Allister could be a similar signing to Leandro Trossard, journalist Paul Brown believes.

While Trossard was not an automatic starter at the Emirates, he still managed to make an impression in north London and Brown believes his former Brighton team-mate could do the same if he did the same this summer.
Brown recently told GIVEMESPORT he was confident a move to Arsenal would appeal to Mac Allister.

They are one of the clubs that are interested in him. Football Insider reports that the Gunners are joining Manchester United and Manchester City in the race to sign him. Brown suggested Mac Allister could repeat what Trossard did at Arsenal.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, the journalist said: “He would come in the same vein as Trossard, as another member of the team who can come and play at times but is not necessarily considered an automatic starter. first choice.”

How have Alexis Mac Allister and Leandro Trossard fared this season?
Both players have been excellent so it’s no surprise that Arsenal signed Trossard and are now looking to sign their former team-mate.

According to Transfermarkt, Trossard may have made just six starts for the Gunners in the Premier League this season but still managed six assists. The Belgian’s arrival at the Emirates has certainly helped Mikel Arteta’s team in the title race. As for Mac Allister, the Argentine continues to impress in Brighton. According to WhoScored, he has 2.4 tackles per game, which is the second-highest average on the Seagulls team. He has also scored a season-best seven goals in 22 games, which is quite a comeback for a midfielder.

Given the above, there could be a real clash for Mac Allister in the summer, but Arsenal could be in a very strong position to bring him in if they win the Premier League title.
Trossard has undoubtedly been a success so far in the red half of North London, and it would come as no surprise to see Mac Allister follow in his footsteps.

Do you think he can possibly play the role of Trossard in the team or Arsenal should consider signing another player? Leave your comments…

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Saka admits and mentioned the two Arsenal players that brought winning mentality to the team

Arsenal forward Saka has established himself as one of the best wingers in the premier league. Saka has continued to put on impressive performances for the Gunners and he’s now slowing down. He’s also among the most valuable players in the World.

Bukayo Saka believes Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko have brought belief to the dressing room after their 3-1 win over West Ham United. The Gunners grabbed a comeback win over David Moyes’s side thanks to goals from Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah and Saka.

Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka has credited the winning mentality of two new players for changing the club’s fortunes this season. The 21-year-old has praised Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko for bringing a new level of quality and leadership to the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal are currently leading the Premier League table with 69 points after 28 games, but they are closely followed by second-placed Manchester City, who have 61 points plus a game in hand. The Gunners have been in excellent form this season, and much of their success can be attributed to the impact of their new signings.

Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko were both signed by Arsenal in the summer transfer window last year.

Saka has been particularly impressed with Zinchenko’s impact on the team. “Zinchenko has brought quality – but he’s brought so much more,” he said as per The Mirror. “You can see how he plays and how he controls the game. He’s an outstanding player. He has great leadership qualities, so he’s really helping us on all fronts.”

But it’s not just Zinchenko’s quality that has made a difference. Saka believes that both Zinchenko and Jesus have brought a winning mentality to Arsenal that was previously lacking. “They have brought that winning mentality to us as players who have been there and won the league,” he said. “In difficult moments they know how it feels, they can encourage us because we have a lot of young players. They really help us with the mental side of things.”

Arsenal fans will be hoping that this winning mentality will help them secure their first Premier League title since 2004. With just ten games left to play, the Gunners are in a strong position, but they will need to maintain their form if they are to hold off the challenge of Manchester City and other title contenders.

Regardless of whether they win the title this season, Arsenal fans can be optimistic about the future. With young talents like Saka and new signings like Jesus and Zinchenko, the club looks set for a bright future.

Bukayo Saka told Amazon Prime Video : “Jesus and Zinchenko bring that belief that we can win. Jesus was not even on the pitch today but we can still feel his presence.

“He was encouraging and speaking to me and the other boys in the changing rooms” he said.


Gabriel Jesus picked up a knee injury at the World Cup and struggled to perform well in the tournament. However, he has been highly impressive in performance since joining the Gunners from City. Gabriel Jesus has netted five goals for Arsenal while Oleksandr Zinchenko has managed ten appearances across all competitions since leaving Manchester City.

Arsenal managed to sign both Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester United during the summer transfer window.

Do you think he was right saying that or do you have a different view?

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William Saliba happy to focus on Arsenal title bid as contract talks continue

William Saliba insists he is “so happy” at Arsenal as contract negotiations continue behind the scenes of an increasingly compelling Premier League title bid.
The Gunners are eight points clear at the top after a 2-0 derby win at Tottenham on Sunday.

An own goal from Hugo Lloris and a long-range effort from captain Martin Odegaard secured Arsenal’s first-ever victory at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and propelled them higher up the table.

France international Saliba has played a big role in the club’s revival after making his debut earlier in the season after being loaned out three times from north London.

His performances have been so high that he is set to sign a new contract with Arsenal and he is ready to continue the talks in the background as Mikel Arteta’s side seek glory. “We are delighted because the derby is an important match, and it was also an away game,” he said.
“We know it’s not easy to win here, so we are so happy. We didn’t concede a goal and scored two.

“We are focused on ourselves. We are not targeting our rivals. We have to continue like this and only focus on ourselves.
“I’m so happy here. The club are talking to my agent and me, the only thing I can do is (focus on my football). I’m so happy here.”

After Spurs’ victory, Arteta said a continued title challenge “would need almost perfection” for the rest of the season, with Saliba now hitting back with a win over Manchester United – the only team Arsenal should beat this season – looking for the next weekend.

“It’s never enough,” he replied when asked what it meant to be eight points clear at this stage. “We know we have a lot of games to play. We have to be focused because things can change quickly. If we lose a game we can’t have confidence afterwards, so we have to be focused to go ahead and try to win. We focus on ourselves.

“There is no pressure. It’s better to have that pressure when you’re up than when you’re down. It’s better to continue like this and we don’t need to be under pressure.

“We know we have a big game next week. We know they beat us. They are the only team to have beaten us in the Premier League this season and we want to beat them again at home. “We will prepare for this match very well, I think, and I hope we win in front of our fans. We will continue. We didn’t know about it before (Arsenal could win the championship), but when summer started, I said tell me we can do something “.