Mikel Arteta says he is “hopeful” with regards to the chance of Bukayo Saka marking another deal with Arsenal. The 18-year-old has been a brilliant light for Arsenal this season, catching the eye during a tough campaign for the club. In any case, there had been worries that the Gunners would lose Saka, who has only a year left to run on his present deal.
The versatile winger has been connected to any semblance of Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool, however, Arteta trusts that a deal will before long be struck to keep him at Arsenal.
Arteta via Evening Standard said: “I am extremely certain that all will be done with Bukayo very soon. The club, agents, and communications with the family have been continuing for a considerable length of time, and they are familiar. The player and family are aware of the trust I have in him. I believe he’s just indicating that each week he’s improving, and his consistency level. I’m so amped up for the youthful players that we have. They simply need the correct condition to detonate around them, and even in troublesome circumstances, Bukayo does as such, which is much a greater amount of legitimacy to him.”
Arsenal has encountered a tough start to the arrival of football after losing both of their initial Premier League games last week. Next, up until Thursday, they face an excursion to Southampton where they will win to keep their European qualification trusts alive.
Arsenal right now cranks tenth in the fourth table-in, 11 points off Chelsea-and Arteta realizes things need to pivot.
He said: “The Champions League target is too far right now before we start dominating football matches. And my lone spotlight is ongoing there Thursday, going to Southampton and getting the three points, winning, lifting the players and starting to accept that we will win again in succession.”