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Arsenal given Kylian Mbappe transfer instruction and two reasons for Jadon Sancho decision

Arsenal given Kylian Mbappe transfer instruction and two reasons for Jadon Sancho decision

Prior to Arsenal’s last-season match, Mikel Arteta has been making sure his players are ready. On Sunday afternoon, the Gunners will welcome Everton to the Emirates Stadium with the knowledge that a victory could see them surpass Manchester City for the Premier League crown.

After a resolute victory over Manchester United, Arsenal will be eager to continue their winning streak. Over the weekend, the Gunners surged to the top of the table, but Tuesday night’s easy victory over Tottenham Hotspur by City quickly saw them fall from grace.

Even though the current champions might not win the title, Arteta will be eager to close the campaign with one more triumph. In other news, Arsenal is still strongly linked to a number of high-profile players as the summer transfer window approaches.

Having said that, on Thursday, May 16, football.london has compiled the most important Arsenal stories.

Arsenal learn Mbappe deterrent

Mikel Arteta has received a warning from Willian Gallas that Kylian Mbappe is not the right player for Arsenal. The 25-year-old striker has announced that he will be leaving Paris Saint-Germain when his contract expires at the end of the current campaign.

Although the Premier League has been mentioned as a possible destination, he has been strongly linked to a move to Real Madrid. The former defender for Arsenal, Chelsea, and Spurs stated in an interview with Genting Casino that Kylian Mbappe would not fit into Arsenal’s style of play or system.With Vinicus Jr., he is arguably the best attacker in the world and a very intelligent player, but Mbappe demands constant possession of the ball if he is to make an impact on the game by himself.

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“In a manner similar to how Vinicius Jr. managed the game against Bayern. Mbappe would not work in Arsenal’s system because they play as a team and don’t play that way.

“As much as I understand Gallas’ perspective, I don’t think any team can turn down Mbappe,” says football.london. Since Gabriel Martinelli has had a difficult season, the PSG star would be an excellent left-wing substitute.

The ‘Martinelli inside forward role’ would actually be ideal for Mbappe. The primary issues, in my opinion, would be the Frenchman’s attitude, signing-on fee, and wage demands. Not in terms of behavior, but in terms of how he approached the transfer – Arteta will want to ensure that Mbappe isn’t already looking to switch later on.”

Edu eyes Sesko swoop

Arsenal’s chances of acquiring Benjamin Sesko this summer have been greatly enhanced. The 20-year-old striker, who is still making an impression for RB Leipzig in the Premier League, has recently been strongly linked to a move to the Premier League.

The Gunners are reportedly very interested in Sesko, whose Red Bull Arena contract expires in 2028, according to The Telegraph. According to the report, Mikel Arteta is keen to bolster his front line and Arsenal is in “pole position” to sign the Slovenian international.

Sesko joined RB Leipzig in 2023 after working for Red Bull Salzburg for four years. Since then, he has proven to be one of Germany’s best young prospects, tallying 13 goals in 30 Bundesliga contests.

According to football.london, Sesko would make a fantastic addition to Arsenal. At a powerful six feet five, he would provide the Gunners with something unique up front. Since the Slovenian is also a skilled player, he wouldn’t restrict Arteta’s style of play. But given his subpar midfield performances, Kai Havertz would probably be benched if he did sign.”

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Sancho to Arsenal?

In the summer transfer window, Emmanuel Petit has advised Arsenal to sign Jadon Sancho rather than Bruno Fernandes. “I was saying how impressed I was with Jadon Sancho in the Champions League on commentary – he looks like a new player, so fit, thin, and explosive,” the former Gunners midfielder said in an interview with Grosvenor Sport.

“With Adeyemi on the left flank, he’s like dynamite on the field—so explosive and difficult to contain. Given that he’s at his peak right now and that Man United appears to be miles away from Arsenal, why not sign him? The greatest player in the world could join Manchester United right now, and after two months, they would appear mediocre.”

“I’m not sure Arsenal needs him, but he’s their captain and one of their better players,” Petit continued. Odegaard raises his arms to his teammates and exhibits a better attitude. He also doesn’t get angry easily.

“As captain, it is your responsibility to lead during trying times and demonstrate your leadership qualities. I doubt Fernandes holds himself to the same standards as the Arsenal players in terms of their conduct and dedication to the cause.”

Says football.london: “I don’t agree. Even though Sancho has performed admirably for Borussia Dortmund this season, I don’t believe Arsenal needs him. Leandro Trossard and Gabriel Martinelli are Arteta’s current left-wing options; unless there is a clear, elite improvement over the two, he doesn’t need another senior option in that spot. similar to, say, Rodrygo, Kylian Mbappe, Rafael Leao, or Vinicius Junior.”

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