He reminds me of someone’ Gilberto Silva wants Edu to sign this star player to Arsenal team at all cost

He reminds me of someone' Gilberto Silva wants Edu to sign this star player to Arsenal team at all cost
He reminds me of someone’ Gilberto Silva wants Edu to sign this star player to Arsenal team at all cost

Gilberto Silva, a former player for Arsenal, has promised to speak with Edu about acquiring one of England’s top players.

Who is Gilberto Silva to Arsenal team?

With both men having played for Brazil and the Gunners during their respective careers, Silva, who spent six years at the Emirates between 2002 and 2008 and won the Premier League and two FA Cups, is familiar with Edu.

Why did he want him at Arsenal?

In watching England’s dominant 3-0 victory over Senegal on Sunday at the World Cup in Qatar, Silva was particularly taken with one player, helping the Three Lions advance to a matchup with the reigning world champions France.

Jude Bellingham, a 19-year-old midfielder for England, provided an assist and once again put in a fantastic performance.

Bellingham is considered one of the best players in the world, and many top European clubs are interested in signing him.

Silva tweeted Sunday: ‘Jude Bellingham reminds me of someone #ENGvsSEN #WorldCup2022 #WhatAPlayer’

He replied to an Arsenal fan who asked him to “talk to Edu” with a thumbs up emoji and a “OK” hand signal.

Former Chelsea left-back Scott Minto backed Arsenal to sign Bellingham last month.

‘In terms of Jude Bellingham, do I think he’s going to come to the Premier League? Absolutely I do,’ Minto told Ladbrokes.

‘I mean, up until the start of this season, everybody was saying he’s Liverpool’s player, because they were right up there with Manchester City.

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