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Arteta reveals stance on selling 25-year-old Arsenal utility man amid recent links.

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Amid recent rumors, Arteta discloses his stance on the sale of the 25-year-old Arsenal utility man.In recent weeks, Takehiro Tomiyasu has been linked with a transfer away from Arsenal, but Mikel Arteta has denied a move.

Reportedly, Bayern Munich is interested in signing 25-year-old Arsenal utility player Takehiro Tomiyasu. Mikel Arteta, on the other hand, has stated unequivocally that he has no immediate intention of selling the Japanese international.

 

“I sincerely desire for him to remain,” Arteta told 90min, adding, “I place a great deal of value on the player.” He is someone I really like. He is universally adored and esteemed within the institution. He is now receiving an abundance of minutes. He is approaching the level of availability required to significantly influence the team. “He will remain in our presence.”

It has been difficult for Tomiyasu to earn consistent playing time at Arsenal this season; he has started just three league matches. Nevertheless, he has appeared in numerous matches as a substitute and is undeniably a vital member of the North London club’s roster. Whether Arteta can persuade the player to remain at Arsenal and embrace his role as a squad member will be an intriguing development.

 

The versatile Japanese international can perform both flanker and central defender duties as a fullback. The interest of organizations such as Bayern Munich in obtaining his signature is unsurprising. The club could potentially benefit significantly from his services if they are successful in obtaining his signature.In contrast, Arsenal will be striving to contend for significant accolades this year, and in order to succeed in various competitions, they will require a more robust squad. A player such as Tomiyasu can be invaluable in situations involving rotation and injuries.

 

Whether the Japanese international forces a transfer away in January will be an intriguing development, as he appears to be firmly established at the North London club. Arsenal will be praying that the Germans do not submit a formal offer for the 25-year-old utility man, as Bayern Munich have yet to present a concrete proposal for him.

 

In an effort to increase his playing time for Arsenal, the 25-year-old defender will attempt to solidify his position in the starting lineup over the next few months. Without a doubt, he is competent enough to begin in the Premier League; the course of events from here on out is uncertain.

 

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