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EPL: Man United get boost as Arsenal set to dumb interest in midfield target

Timothy Aiyeku

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Jack Grealish

Man United have been handed a major boost in their pursuit of Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish as Arsenal are set to drop their interest after being advised to do so.

Should the North London outfit harken to the advice by former Liverpool, Chelsea defender Glen Johnson, they will no longer submit a bid for the Aston Villa Captain.

Jack Grealish seems available in this summer transfer window after helping his team avoid relegation. He is now set for a new challenge after learning of the interests available for his signature.

Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reported to have made the midfielder a priority for the summer transfer window but they face a major challenge from Arsenal who also indicated interest along the way.

But with the latest development, the Gunners might be seen dropping their interest in the midfielder for other options in the summer transfer window.

Glean Johnson stated that Jack Grealish would be a mistake for Arsenal, stressing that the North London outfit will have to go for players who are more established in the Premier League and have a better understanding of it.

He, therefore, emphasized that the best of the signings for the Gunners will come from the Premier League.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.

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The only way out to Aubameyang’s poor goal form revealed

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Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has not been in goal scoring form, a development that has affected the North London outfit as they lost their last two Premier League games against Man City and Leicester City.

This has raised concerns amongst fans and analysts as he the Gabon International has been marked to lift the Gunners team this season with his goals, having started on a good note by winning the Community Shield for the club with his goals.

However, the solution for Arsenal has been revealed Mail online Columnist, Jordan Seaward as he wrote that other players must step up now to help the club so as to stop the overreliance on the former Borussia Dortmund forward for goals.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is Arsenal’s highest goalscorer since he joined the club in January 2018 and he has been consistent which warmed him a new and improved deal at the Emirates Stadium.

Jordan Seaward stated that the North London outfit have other attackers in the team like Alexandre Lacazette, Nicolas Pepe, and Willian stressing that they have to rise the occasion to deliver goals for the club if they must save the season.

“Arsenal cannot continue to be over-reliant on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

“When he is on song, they need not worry, but when he is in a rough path – as he is right now – there needs to be someone else they can turn to” he wrote.

He noted that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang must walk through a difficult time and must be helped by his teammate to overcome in a good time.

Meanwhile, critics have lamented the fact that the Gabon International went quiet with goalscoring as soon as he was handed the new deal at the start of the season. He is now one of the highest paid players at the club.

Manager Mikel Arteta has backed the former Borussia Dortmund to return to his best as quickly as possible because of the need to start winning again.

Concerns over Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s form have been motivated by Arsenal’s poor form from the last two Premier League games.

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EPL: It is still early but fans must worry about Arsenal for this reason

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Mikel Arteta

The Premier League has just gone six weeks but Arsenal fans have every reason to be worried after manager Mikel Arteta blames fatigue for the team’s poor performance In their recent league games.

The North London outfit enjoyed a win over their Europa League opponent last Thursday but they have suffered two successive defeats in the Premier League against Man City and Leicester City. They have won only three of the six Premier League games.

Following the defeat suffered against the Foxes, manager Mikel Arteta blamed fatigue for his team’s inability to see through at the Emirates Stadium.

He added that his team did not look sharp on the ball and they played without purpose which their Sunday opponent took advantage of to hand them a defeat.

Knowing that Leicester City also played a game on Thursday as Arsenal did, there are reasons to be concerned about the fact that the Gunners are already tired with just nine competitive games so far and many more to go.

With about 40-50 games yet to be played across all competitions, what will be the fate of the Mikel Arteta team in the long run. It only tells a story of a journey that does not know its end.

After engaging in the summer transfer window by bringing in new faces, including Thomas Partey and Gabriel Magalhaes, the fans were filled with hope that this season will produce something better than the usual story but not with the statement made by the Spanish boss.

A win against Leicester City would have pushed the Gunners to the top four but they are now far from that spot with the defeat.

Mikel Arteta will be hoping to bounce back again when his team turns up for the Europa League clash on Thursday. A win could return the team to winning ways.

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Arteta already mentoring this Arsenal player for managerial role

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Calum Chambers

Mikel Arteta might be a young manager who is yet to reach his summit but he is already on the path to mentoring young and prospective coaches as Arsenal player Calum Chambers is already considering coaching badges.

Calum Chambers revealed that he decided to make good use of the COVID-19 situation to get his coaching badges as he has reached out to Arsenal academy coach Per Mertesacker some contacts to get the ball rolling.

The English defender is just 25 years but he is not leaving anything to chance as he sets his eyes on life after retirement and already knowing what he wants.

“And my next step would be to start taking the course. Not just yet, because my rehab is really intense and at an important stage, but once I get into a more normal routine then I’ll be looking to start that.” He stated.

According to him, the idea of undertaking the coaching courses only occurred to him when he realized that he was injured and could get busy while the coronavirus pandemic created a lot of time because he had enough time.

The English defender continued by stating that he loves football and will want to stay in the line of sports after his retirement from active football but he is not sure of where he will want to manage at the moment.

Manager Mikel Aretta will automatically get a mentee as Calum Chambers is expected to learn from his boss while undertaking the courses for his badges, a development that will be a pleasure to the Spanish boss.

The Spanish boss also has the same history as he was undertaking his courses for his coach badges while he was still playing under former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. He went ahead to learn from Pep Guardiola as an assistant at Man City.

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