New Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had the luxury of watching how Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne blossomed at the club following the arrival of Pep Guardiola and his coaching staff including the aforementioned Arteta.
Kevin De Bruyne was already a known player but his game was taken to the next level under Guardiola and Arteta at Premier League champions Manchester City and the latter could have a player like Kevin De Bruyne on his hands at the Emirates Stadium following his appointment as the new Gunners boss.
Mikel Arteta has seen young Arsenal winger cum left-back Bukayo Saka impress in his first days back at the club after a three-year sojourn with Manchester City.
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According to the report from the stables of Football London, Arteta can improve the game of Nigerian-born Saka just like what was achieved with Kevin De Bruyne who has been the best player in the Premier League this season.
Bukayo Saka was thrusted into the problematic left-back position at Arsenal in the immediate past league game against Manchester City and he was one of the few players that received a little bit of credit from the game having come on as a second half substitute the injured Sead Kolasinac.
Saka also played the Everton game at Goodison Park on Saturday at the left-back position with Sead Kolasinac and Kieran Tierney injured.