Sunday morning, the latest news about Arsenal, including updates on Douglas Luiz, Emile Smith Rowe, and Martin Odegaard.
Martin Odegaard labelled as Arsenal role model
Before Arsenal’s high-stakes match against Manchester United at Old Trafford, manager Mikel Arteta had a lot of good things to say about club captain Martin Odegaard.
Odegaard has been a bright spot for North London since he moved there. He has also had a great start to the new season, scoring three goals in five league games.
But his work off the field has really impressed Arteta. He calls the Norwegian a “great role model” for how to act in life.
Arteta said, “He’s a really humble, hungry player with a great trait.” “He uses this skill for the good of the team. He is always willing to help others, and the rest of the players and staff look up to him.
Tierney says that the graduate of Hale End is the best trainer.
Before Arsenal’s Premier League game this afternoon, Kieran Tierney said that Emile Smith Rowe was the “best player in training.”
Emile Smith Rowe is the best player in training, he said on Goal’s YouTube channel. “The fans can see how good he is, but when you train with him every day, you realize how special he is.
“He can take the ball when he’s under pressure, beat a player, score goals, and set up goals. He’s a great player, and I love playing with him.”
Douglas Luiz speaks out about his failed move to Arsenal
After his failed move to the Emirates Stadium on transfer deadline day, Douglas Luiz has spoken out. Even though Luiz only has a year left on his contract, Arsenal has had up to three bids for him turned down. Their last offer, for £25 million, was still seen as too low.
It was said that the former Manchester City midfielder had agreed to personal terms, so it wasn’t clear if he would still play for Aston Villa after all the drama on deadline day.
But if his most recent Instagram posts are any indication, it looks like Luiz is still focused on the season and wants to make a big difference under Steven Gerrard.