England and Arsenal player Bukayo Saka replied back to Ian Wright criticism of him to change his position to a left-back in the Euro 2024 tournament - soocer442
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England and Arsenal player Bukayo Saka replied back to Ian Wright criticism of him to change his position to a left-back in the Euro 2024 tournament

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After calls for him to play left back in EURO2024 and being a star for Arsenal, Bukayo Saka has given his honest opinion on the plan.

England hasn’t done well in the group stage of the European Championships under Gareth Southgate, and Arsenal star Bukayo Saka has gotten a lot of bad press.

People thought the Three Lions would win and bring the prize back to their home country, but after losing their first three games, both fans and experts no longer believe that will happen.

English finished first in their group, but they only won one game and tied the other two in a boring way.

England and Arsenal player Bukayo Saka delivers a clear response to Ian Wright criticism of him changing his position to a left-back in the Euro 2024 tournament

During the early parts of the tournament, almost every player has been criticised. Saka has been one of the many unfortunate players who have been criticised.

Even though the Hale End graduate showed some attacking spark and scored a goal that was later found to be offside, he still hasn’t scored any goals.

An English striker who used to play for Arsenal and England, Ian Wright, wants the player’s versatility to be used at left back.

Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier has been dull and predictable on the wings since Luke Shaw got hurt. The 60-year-old thinks that a move for Bukayo Saka to make room for Cole Palmer of Chelsea could help the team’s form.

The commentator asked on ITV, “Saka is naturally on the left side, so can we put him at left back and Palmer on the right?”

However, a lot of fans don’t agree with this choice, and Paul Scholes has laughed in public at the boos:

He wrote on his Instagram story, “Making me p*ss these Arsenal legends trying to get Saka in at Left Back because they’re afraid he’ll be left out for Palmer.”

The winger for Arsenal also doesn’t agree with Ian Wright; he thinks he shouldn’t be moved.

Steve Crossman said that the 22-year-old said that “putting me out of position” is not the best option for England in an interview that has not been made public yet.







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