Arsenal are fighting to the very end to ensure that they get themselves in the Champions League next season, something that will afford them greater funds when attracting players, as well as store some pride at the Emirates.
Having been absent from the best club competition during the last two seasons, the Gunners are clearly hoping that Unai Emery can put a stop to that by either finishing fourth or winning the Europa League.
The way things are going, fans really can’t predict how the rest of their season pans out but they’re certainly excited for the prospect of next season. Indeed, that away form is perhaps the most frustrating thing known to man right now.
Obviously, the former PSG boss will face a lot more pressure next season, with it being likely he will be given a fairly limited budget to improve his team. Great. Still, in a bid to save funds for other positions, Emery should look at using Bukayo Saka, specifically, more next season.
Bukayo Saka is an extremely highly-rated youngster who is sure to burst onto the scene sooner rather than later for Gunners, after making his first-team debut this season. Having played briefly in the Europa League, Premier League and FA Cup this season, the 17-year-old is slowly but surely pushing him into the mind of Unai Emery with a view to more game-time next season.
Arsenal aren’t blessed with the best wingers but their youngsters who play in that role are evidentially going to be very good.
The likes of Reiss Nelson and Bukayo Saka are the future of Arsenal and there is no reason as to why they shouldn’t trust Saka with more time on the pitch next season. Alongside their vast array of top quality attackers currently in the first-team, the youngster could flourish.
Anything has to be better than Alex Iwobi, right?
After all, he has again been prolific in-front of goal this campaign, going on to provide 11 goals and 10 assists at youth level this season.
Do you agree Bukayo Saka should get a real chance in the first-team next season? If not, why not? Let us know!
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