Good morning Arsenal fans
Arsenal ace William Saliba has opened the door to remaining at Marseille following his loan spell.
He told French outlet RMC Sport: “I’ve never hidden the fact that I feel good here. I don’t know what my future holds, there’s still two months to go.
“The most important thing is to qualify for the Champions League and go as far as possible in the Conference League.”
Elsewhere, Paulo Di Canio has warned Arsenal against signing Juventus star Paulo Dybala.
According to 90min, the north Londoners are both in talks to sign Dybala, with his contract set to expire in June.
As quoted by Corriere dello Sport, the 53-year-old said: “It’s true that he could become a technical leader, but I cannot have an emotionally fragile one.
“If things go well, he turns up in games, but if things go wrong, I define him almost as a big cry baby.”
Meanwhile, Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit has called on his old club to keep hold of Alexandre Lacazette this summer, and also sign a new striker.
Speaking to football.london, Petit said: “I think Arsenal should propose a new contract to Lacazette because I think he is a very good teammate with proper qualities upfront.
“But he is not a great finisher. I think he is very helpful for his teammates. In terms of fluidity. In terms of relationship upfront.
“Definitely, they need to get a new striker. A different one. Someone who can bring something different into the team but on top of that, someone who can score goals. Not every weekend but most of them.”
And finally, David Seaman has questioned Youri Tielemans’ ambition amid transfer links with Arsenal.
Seaman revealed that he’d happily welcome Tielemans to the Gunners – if the Belgian midfielder has the desire to join a bigger club that is.
Seaman said: “Where does he want to go? “Does he want to go to a bigger club? Or is he happy at Leicester? Only he will know.
“From what you see there, he seems to get on well (with manager Brendan Rodgers).
“When does his contract end? In 2023, I think? But I would take him at Arsenal.”