In what has been a scant 18 months of football for Arsenal fans, however, English duo Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe have emerged as promising stars of hope from their academy. While Smith Rowe remains one for the future, Bukayo Saka is already one of the best young players in world football and signed a new contract with the Gunners just last summer.
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Bukayo Saka, who is only 20, has already made 93 appearances for the London Gunners and has scored 12 goals and provided 21 assists during this period. His high levels of all-round performance, in multiple positions, saw him lead to Euro 2020 as part of the 26-man squad of England’s Three Lions coach Gareth Southgate, where he found himself taking a dip on the side. .
Four appearances for Saka followed, including a substitute presence against Italy, where, unfortunately, he missed the decisive penalty in the final shoot-out during the grand finale of Euro 2020.
Now focused on a new season with the Gunners, Bukayo Saka is hoping to put that lack behind him and continue his development into one of Europe’s best players.
A major sticking point for Gunners fans, however, is that the youngster will only have two years left for his current contract coming next summer. Also, as previously mentioned, he signed a new contract in 2020, but that was only for four years, and that may still be problematic. According to the reliable Fabrizio Romano, on the HereWeGo podcast:
“Some clubs are starting to approach Bukayo Saka as one of the best players in his position for the future.”
However, he went on to reveal that: “Arsenal consider him untouchable … they are planning to build on players like Bukayo Saka”
Should Saka maintain his strong performance, Arsenal fans will become increasingly anxious about his contract situation this season, with the club having been stung by players in the last few years of their contract in the past. As a result, there will be pressure for the situation to be resolved before it reaches this point.
Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden could be part of Manchester City Champions League’s first Group A match on Wednesday.
The two were both unused substitutes in Leicester on Saturday after overcoming ankle and foot injuries respectively.
Second-choice goalkeeper Zack Steffen remains unavailable after testing positive for coronavirus during the international break, so former England international Scott Carson could be on the bench.
Former City defender Angelino could play for RB Leipzig after scoring 58 minutes on his return from a muscle injury in the weekend’s 4-1 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Marcel Halstenberg (ankle) is facing a race to be fit as defender Marcelo Saracchi continues his rehabilitation from a cruciate knee injury.
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