Mikel Arteta starts to be watched by other clubs, and renews Bukayo Saka’s contract at Arsenal – NBCNEWS

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Mikel Arteta starts to be watched by other clubs, and renews Bukayo Saka's contract at Arsenal

Crazy ball Arsenal’s tactician Mikel Arteta has given an update on Bukayo Saka’s contract. He signaled his key players to stay in the Emirates Stadium.

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Bukayo Saka’s contract with a North London football club will expire in June 2024, while his performances could undoubtedly be troublesome for opposing players in Premier League matches and other tournaments.

Thanks to consistent play, Saka has reportedly managed to attract English Premier League clubs such as Manchester City and Liverpool. Both are apparently very interested in getting the English footballer, who has made 131 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions.

This news clearly worries Arsenal. Because if the new contract is not signed by Bukayo Saka, it could force opponents Tottenham Hotspur to sell it in June 2023.

It was still reported that his players could leave, Mikel Arteta finally spoke and the Spanish coach gave the assurance that both camps still want to continue a long-term partnership.

Mikel Arteta said as reported by sokker.london, the coach said that both Arsenal and Bukayo Saka had the same intention. That is, want to work together again. According to him, the signing of a new contract was just waiting for the right time.

Last season, Saka managed to help Arsenal return to play in Europe. Then he could tackle 11 goals plus 7 assists in the Premier League and a player who can play in 38 games.

If Bukayo Saka signs a new contract, it will be bad news for Manchester City and Liverpool who are believed to be serious applicants for the 20-year-old footballer.

Most recently, Arsenal’s academy product managed to score in a 2-0 win over Everton in the pre-season.

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