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Saka Close To Signing New Arsenal Contract

Saka Close To Signing New Arsenal Contract

Arsenal are close to agreeing a new contract with versatile winger Bukayo Saka.

Saka, who has been one of the key performers for the Gunners will be a free agent at the end of next season.

He is wanted by the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United if he does not renew.

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The Gunners are concerned about his future and are desperate to keep him at the club beyond next season.

According to the Athletic, an agreement between both parties is near with teenager expected to sign an extension in the coming days.

The two parties were close to a deal before the COVID-19 lockdown, and the Gunners hope to sort out those last few details in the coming weeks.

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  • Pompei 1 year ago

    This contract thing should have been done and dusted much earlier. Anyway, good to hear it is close to completion.
    Man City 3 Arsenal 0. Hmmm. Well, Saka had an ok game. Aubameyang also tried. But their best performer was their goalie Leno, whose heroics ensured that City did not score up to 10 goals. Shambolic defending by the Arsenal team as a whole. It seems they were practicing “social distancing” during the game, just allowing City players all kinds of time and space to wreck havoc. When you give time and space to guys like Kevin Debruyne, David Silva and Riyadh Mahrez, you invite disaster.
    While many have singled out David Luiz for blame due to his unconvincing showing, I think the entire defence needs to shoulder the responsibility for this crushing defeat. Arteta perhaps needs to remind his players that social distancing should be practiced off the pitch, not on it! Half hearted tackles and failure to close down opposing players will not get the job done in the premier league, or any top league for that matter.