March 28, 2024

Ahead of Sunday’s big matchup with Manchester City, Arsenal is presently leading the Premier League. The Gunners’ supporters will undoubtedly begin to daydream if they finish the weekend in first place.


However, several Arsenal players will be considering their long-term plans at The Emirates. For instance, Reiss Nelson, who has had difficulty finding playing time, is a £30 million target for Brighton this summer.


A decision must be made on the future of the players Kieran Tierney, Albert Sambi Lokonga, and Nuno Tavares who are now on loan. As of right now, four players have summer contracts expiring.


An Arsenal player is becoming impatient behind the scenes.

Third-choice goalkeeper Karl Hein is likely to be departing Arsenal, as he has already said that he needs more playing time. And Cedric Soares. It seems like Mo Elneny is content to remain a backup player there.


Jorginho is the huge one who is currently staring Arteta in the face. Declan Rice recently called the former Chelsea player “world class.” His contract is up, but Arsenal has the option to extend it.


Regarding Jorginho’s future at Arsenal, his agent has been outspoken in the media this week, urging the team to decide and making hints about a move to Italy. SPORT, a Spanish news organization, has since provided an update on him.


According to reports, Jorginho is reportedly losing patience with Arsenal behind closed doors as he waits for Arteta and Edu to decide whether to keep him on or release him on a free transfer.


According to the article, Deco, Barcelona’s sporting director, has long been a fan of Italy’s Jorginho. Over the years, Barcelona has maintained communication with the midfielder’s agency.


West Ham United vs. Arsenal FC in the Premier League

If Jorginho is content to be a backup, he should be given another season.

The midfield player is still one of the best. Although he has his detractors, one of the main reasons Jorginho was signed by Arsenal in the first place was because of their inexperience. It’s not like he is in a dangerous situation.


He performs admirably on the field and provides a solution from the penalty spot. However, his expertise and his capacity to pull people along with him through difficult times ought to persuade Arsenal to at least retain him.


The fact that he has played 28 times in all competitions and captained Arsenal this season is sufficient justification for The Gunners to keep him on staff. Arsenal will need to replace him in the window if they let him go.


That will come at a higher cost because Arsenal will have to use their remaining funds to sign a new striker who can lead them to victory. Perhaps a Victor Osimhen. He ought to stay with Arsenal.

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