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Newcastle striker Callum Wilson reveals his £30M Arsenal countryman is very angry and frustrated with Mikel Arteta- Not Smith Rowe, not Fabio Vieira and not Trossard

Newcastle striker Callum Wilson reveals his £30M Arsenal countryman is very angry and frustrated with Mikel Arteta- Not Smith Rowe, not Fabio Vieira and not Trossard

Callum Wilson, a striker for Newcastle, says his £30 million Arsenal countryman is very disappointed and frustrated with Mikel Arteta. “I don’t like to talk about Arsenal, but I must say this, the way Arsenal is treating my countryman is not right.”

Callum Wilson affirms that the £30 million Arsenal player is currently furious.

Callum Wilson believes that Aaron Ramsdale, an Arsenal midfielder, is not happy with Mikel Arteta’s recent treatment.

The Englishman had the undisputed top spot for the Gunners up until around a month ago. Even if David Raya was Arteta’s choice to replace him, he hadn’t done anything particularly wrong. The manager of Arsenal is staying with his colleague even if it hasn’t worked.

Callum Wilson says Aaron Ramsdale will be pissed off.

Since paying £30 million to Arsenal in 2021, Aaron Ramsdale has established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League (Sky Sports).

After succeeding Bernd Leno, the Englishman never looked back. He was so good the previous season that he was named to the Premier League Team of the Season.

When Arsenal acquired David Raya during the summer transfer window, many people were shocked. Since the Brentford loanee replaced Ramsdale last month, this has only gotten worse.

Mikel Arteta is unwilling to let the Spanish goalie go, despite the fact that he is receiving a lot of criticism and making a lot of mistakes. This has left many Arsenal supporters unhappy.

Ramsdale’s England teammate, Callum Wilson, feels that the number one for Arsenal, who was benched in Seville last night, is currently very angry.

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The Newcastle United striker said on the Footballer’s Football Podcast, “Surely he (Ramsdale) will lose faith when the other person isn’t playing as well as they should be and you’re still not getting an opportunity.”

“You’re asking yourself, ‘What’s going on here?'” In essence, it’s wonderful that someone has shown up and that management wants to check them out. If they’re performing well, there shouldn’t be an issue.

“However, you initially paid a substantial amount of money for me.” If someone makes a mistake and you are still denied entry, what should you do?

Wilson was then asked whether Ramsdale was “fuming” right now. “Obviously,” he exclaimed.

Arteta has to fire David Raya.

Yesterday night, David Raya made his Arsenal debut against Sevilla and was unimpressive as usual.

Throughout the first half, the Spaniard mishandled several passes that could have cost the Gunners the match. Then, with Arsenal desperately holding onto their lead at the end of the match, he came perilously near to giving up what would have been a hilarious goal.

Throughout the first half, the Spaniard mishandled several passes that could have cost the Gunners the match. Then, with Arsenal desperately holding onto their lead at the end of the match, he came perilously near to giving up what would have been a hilarious goal.

Arteta made the right decision in introducing Raya to the team and giving him a chance, but in light of Raya’s recent errors, the manager of Arsenal needs to take the tough decision and fire the Spaniard in favor of calling up Ramsdale.

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But if these past few weeks are any guide, Arteta will stick with Raya, which will, hopefully, force Ramsdale to consider leaving Arsenal.

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