Gabriel Martinelli may not have played as many minutes as he would have liked this season, but his latest training videos have dropped a hint as to what’s in store for his future.
The 19-year-old Brazilian forward emerged as a key player last season, scoring ten goals in all competitions in his breakthrough campaign.
He suffered a serious injury last June and returned to action for the Gunners in December, but has since been restricted to mostly cameo appearances off the bench.
“He wants to play all the time,” said Arteta in February.
“But you know that when you throw him on that pitch he is going to do his best. He had his opportunity last week against Benfica when I decided to substitute Aubameyang and give him some minutes.
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Bundesliga star thanks to Nicolas Pepe.
Frankfurt currently sit fourth in the Bundesliga, with N’Dicka being one of the standout players so far.
N’Dicka currently has a contract until 2023, which means the club will be under no real pressure to sell this summer. The 21-year-old is said to currently be worth around €22.5million (£19.3million). However, the Frankfurter Neue Presse state that his value is only rising, and anyone hoping to seal a transfer will have to “dig deep”.
Mikel Arteta also has the likes of Calum Chambers, Rob Holding, Pablo Mari and David Luiz to compete for two spots in the team.
Saliba’s time in North London has not yet gone to plan, with a stuttered end to the 2019/20 season on loan at Saint Etienne meaning he was not in a great condition when returning to England.
Another season out on loan this season at Nice means the Gunners will have the £30million centre-back returning this summer.