Arsenal’s head coach, Mikel Arteta, will make Bukayo Saka’s future a high precedence when he returns to the membership after present process impartial isolation on account of positively contracting the corona virus.
All the Gunners troops are finishing up impartial isolation since final Thursday, after Arteta was examined optimistic for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Spanish tactician was the primary determine to be contaminated with the corona virus within the Premier League and a number of other golf equipment have imposed impartial isolation on their gamers and workers.
Arteta’s spouse, Lorena Bernal, just lately conveyed via her private Instagram account that her husband confirmed gentle signs of the virus. The truth is, Arteta can nonetheless work if the virus that attacked shouldn’t be COVID-19.
Arteta appeared to have remained busy throughout the isolation interval, and The Telegraph reported that the 37-year-old coach had drawn up a plan of motion when the entire military will reunite, and he’ll make Saka’s future a precedence.
The 18-year-old winger made a breakthrough within the first crew this season, first underneath Unai Emery after which caretaker coach Freddie Ljungberg, however he has shone ever since Arteta returned to the membership late final 12 months.
Saka has solely missed one in all Arsenal’s final 12 matches within the Premier League, though most have performed at left-back, and have packed three objectives and ten assists in all competitions.
Nevertheless, Saka’s contract at Emirates Stadium will finish in the summertime of 2021 and he solely will get paid round 7,000 kilos per week regardless of being a daily first crew participant now.
Arteta and Arsenal imagine that the Englishman has a shiny future and so they need to tie his future as quickly as doable. The Gunners are properly conscious that there are various golf equipment in Europe who need Saka, who feels the teenager could be obtainable at a low value, and that can improve the membership’s efforts to get the participant to signal a brand new deal.