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Arsenal news: Gabriel Martinelli joins Man Utd after Renato Sanches audition

Renato Sanches shone against Chelsea in the Champions League, while Gabriel Martinelli revealed he received no offers from Man United despite several trials with the club

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Just a fortnight after their previous meeting in Premier League, Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers will lock their horns again on Thursday.

Although the Gunners took the lead at Molineux thanks to Gabriel’s goal and a solid defence, Wolf came back well from that defeat to beat Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City.

That means the match at Emirates is the key match in the battle for a top-four finish and Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will desperately need his players to find the attacking play of December to take the team to the next level. visitors come looking.

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Could Sanches be part of the solution to the Gunners’ midfield problems? Let us know in comment section below!






Martinelli had a trial at United

Martinelli on Manchester United interest

Arsenal striker Gabriel Martinelli has said he never received an offer from Manchester United after many trials with the club.

Before the Gunners signed the Brazilian from Ituano, the youngster had already caught the eye of a number of clubs across Europe, although none were ready to pounce on the winger.

Now Martinelli is one of the most exciting young players in the Premier League and the man himself has confirmed that United had their eye on him before his death.

“I actually had four different trials at United when I was 13, 14, 15 and 16 years old,” he said. “This is in Manchester at the club’s training facility, where I play in the same age group as Mason Greenwood and Brandon Williams, and I’ve met first-team players, like Zlatan [Ibrahimovic]Paul Pogba, Wayne Rooney and Patrice Evra.

“However, there was never a moment when they said they wanted me there. But it enjoyed me and made the adaptation a little bit easier because I had experience playing football. in the UK.”

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Sanches impresses against Chelsea

It was at Stamford Bridge that Renato Sanches’ career reached its peak, when he passed the ball to a billboard.

Since then, the former Bayern Munich and Swansea City midfielder has been able to rebuild his career at Lille.

Sanches played a key role in the team’s shock Ligue 1 triumph last term and has also been forced to return to contention with the Portuguese national team. As a result, speculations of a move arose, with the man himself having previously mentioned Arsenal as an option.

On Tuesday, Gunners scouts will love what they see from Sanches, as Lille fell 0-2 to Chelsea

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Contract Saka Fear

Arsenal are said to be concerned that negotiations over a new contract for Bukayo Saka could be protracted.

The winger has been one of the bright lights in Arteta’s vibrant youth team this season and it’s no surprise that the club want to tie him down on new terms. His current contract expires at the end of the 2023-24 season.

But football.London reported that no resolution was imminent and there was concern that negotiations could follow a similar path to that of Eddie Nketiah and Folarin Balogun; The couple’s ex seems ready to leave the club on a free transfer at the end of the season.

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