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Arsenal have been told exactly how they will persuade Bukayo Saka to show down interest from Manchester City and Liverpool and commit his future to the club. Each the England man and Mikel Arteta have spoken publicly a few latest deal for the winger, amid previous interest from last season’s top two.

The Gunners have began this Premier League campaign with an ideal record, winning each of their five games and that sort of form will keep Saka on the club so long as they qualify for the Champions League this season based on former Tottenham striker Darren Bent. “If Arsenal finish within the Champions League, I believe he stays,” Bent told Sky Sports. “If not, I believe there are going to be some serious questions.”

Each Saka and Arteta are confident that a latest deal will probably be hatched out nonetheless. “I’m very confident that we as a club, Bukayo and his family and his agent are very much aligned on what we wish to attain,” Arteta said ahead of the Gunners’ win over Bournemouth.“I would love that to get done because I don’t want the player or anybody distracted in the midst of the season, but those things take time and need to undergo the fitting process.”

Saka was equally confident that a latest deal could be signed. “Yes, I share his confidence,” Saka said after the victory over Fulham. “I actually feel the love from my team-mates, my coaches and the fans as well. So yeah, I actually feel loved here.”

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Despite the general public claims a latest contract has yet to be signed, and Saka has previously been linked with each Manchester City and Liverpool. Each clubs are monitoring the situation based on The Times, and have been long-term admirers of the 20-year-old.

Though Arsenal have began the brand new season strongly, Saka is yet to get a goal and has watched fellow forwards Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard rating thrice each.


He has admitted that goalscoring is an area he hopes to enhance upon, despite being Arsenal’s top scorer last season. “I believe I’m growing,” Saka said ahead of the win over Aston Villa.

“Going from strength to strength each game and I believe Fulham was my best game yet and I need to kick on from that now.

“I feel like in fact there’s still points where I want to enhance and learn and every game I learn which positions I might have been, where I might have been to attain, why I didn’t get a certain quantity of shots or crosses and stuff like this. I watch and reflect on my games to attempt to improve. So long as we’re winning, anyone can rating and I’m blissful.”

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