Arsenal £103m star has ‘no problem’ with reaching Emirates agreement

Arsenal £103m star has ‘no problem’ with reaching Emirates agreement

Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, beams.

Journalist Paul Brown predicts that Arsenal star Bukayo Saka won’t have any trouble renewing his contract at the Emirates.

Before the World Cup, the Gunners tried to convince the England winger to sign a contract extension, but nothing happened. Despite this, Brown is certain that there are no problems.
Bukayo Saka’s contract news with Arsenal

Saka’s pay will be tripled, according to a recent report in The Daily Mirror, making him one of the top paid players on the team. It follows manager Mikel Arteta’s hints that the team was putting great effort into negotiating a new contract with their player.

According to the source, the 21-year-old presently makes about £70,000 per week but would make £200,000 per week if he signed a new contract at the Emirates.

It is hardly surprising that Arsenal wants Saka to stay in north London longer given that the wide receiver has been one of their top players this year.

In his first 14 Premier League games, Saka, who has fewer than two years left on his current contract, had four goals and six assists (via Transfermarkt).

Brown has stated to GIVEMESPORT that he does not believe Saka will be hesitant to sign a new contract with Arsenal.

The journalist told GMS, “I don’t really see any difficulties with Saka’s future at Arsenal. He adores the club. Because he has grown so much there, he owes them a lot. I can see why he feels at home there.

He seems to appreciate what the club has done for him, so there shouldn’t be any issues, in my opinion.

Easily. While he was unable to complete a single dribble in the 0-0 draw against the USA (per WhoScored), he was undoubtedly very effective against Iran.

At the Khalifa International Stadium, Saka scored twice as Gareth Southgate’s team defeated Carlos Queiroz’s team 6-2.

The Arsenal player, who the CIES Football Observatory estimates to be worth roughly £103 million, has once more shown himself in the Premier League this year.

Saka has, in essence, been among the best wingers in the Premier League this season. The Gunners would probably not be in first place in the table without him.

He will likely need to be a part of England’s team if they want to advance in this year’s World Cup.

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