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Mikel Arteta admitted he is ready to start Eddie Neketia against Man Utd, adding: “Eddie has the potential to succeed. What he needs is opportunity, time and support, especially when he has tough moments.” be.
“Despite his contractual status, he gives nothing less than his best in training every single day.
“The way he wants to improve, the way he pays attention and the way he is not playing, it is all extraordinary.
“He is just an exceptional player and has shown what kind of person he is to the whole team. That is why he is respected so much in the dressing room.”
Arteta also admitted that he cannot understand the pain Cristiano Ronaldo must be feeling after the death of the Man United star’s newborn son.
Speaking before the Gunners clashed with United, Arteta said: “I don’t think I’m allowed to talk about it like that because until you experience it, you can’t express or go through the pain. cannot be on the same level.”
A win for the Gunners would put them closer to securing an eventual Champions League spot.
But Darren Bent believes Arteta’s place in the top four will be an extreme achievement.
He added: “So, for me, if Arsenal come out in the top four this season, they have achieved a lot and it has been a great season.
“I always said that the top six would be an outstanding achievement, back in Europe, but if they get into the top-four they have achieved much, absolutely more.”
Elsewhere, अलlvaro Morata has left his clear message that he could join Arsenal this summer.
Morata said: “Luckily, my wife and my sons are ready to think about my happiness.
“The only thing they want is to see my happiness. Alice [his wife] Supports me in all my decisions.
“I have good choices and as long as I’m with them, I can go everywhere, even on the moon.”
However, Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has been warned by Alessandro Del Piero not to join the Gunners.
The Italian legend said: “A league like Spanish will help him in every way possible.
“The more physical championships in England and France … I think of Messi when he went to a league that was physically difficult.
“In Spain and Italy, Dybala would do very well.”
The Gunners are in the market for a new hitman, with Alexandre Lacazette set to leave this summer.
And David Seemann believes the French star only blames himself for his fall at Arsenal.
Seaman said: “You look at Lacazette and he hasn’t scored many goals this season.
“People say they contributed to the drama and everything, but they should be doing it anyway.”
And finally, Martin Odegaard opened up on being given Arsenal’s captain armband.
He told tv2: “It’s big, of course, but it doesn’t change much. I feel like I’m doing the same thing.
“There are other people around who think about it. But it is a great recognition and a great declaration of trust.
“I take it as a huge compliment, but other than that I do as usual.
“I’ve only been here a little over a year, so I didn’t think of that. But everything has been great from the start.
“I got into it quickly and slipped into the environment, the group, and the team. Everything has moved on faster than I expected.”