“I can’t LOSE my job because of you”- Mikel Arteta has just pulled Arsenal’s ‘FLOP’ star from first-team training this morning as Arteta doesn’t want to risk losing his job- He is set to to train alone until after the PSV game tomorrow – Player not Kai Havertz. - soocer442
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“I can’t LOSE my job because of you”- Mikel Arteta has just pulled Arsenal’s ‘FLOP’ star from first-team training this morning as Arteta doesn’t want to risk losing his job- He is set to to train alone until after the PSV game tomorrow – Player not Kai Havertz.

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Mikel Arteta has just withdrawn Arsenal’s ‘FLOP’ sensation from first-team training this morning, stating, “I cannot LOSE my job because of you.” Arteta does not want to take the chance of losing his job. He is scheduled to train alone until tomorrow, following the PSV match. The player is not The Havertz KaiArsenal should strongly contemplate acquiring a replacement for Gabriel Jesus during the January transfer window. A former Liverpool favorite criticized the Brazilian for giving the Gunners the impression that they were “playing with a man down” in their equestrian defeat at Aston Villa.Arsenal have made a promising start to the season, and supporters are buzzing with the possibility that their twenty-year quest for the Premier League championship may come to an end. On Saturday evening, however, Arsenal suffered their second defeat of the season to Aston Villa, who prevailed 1-0 at home to earn their eighth consecutive victory of the season and close the gap to one point on Arteta’s squad.

 

It was Arsenal’s defeat at Selhurst Park that allowed Liverpool to seize the lead, with Jurgen Klopp’s squad once again demonstrating indications that they are reverting to their former “mental monster” methods with a comeback victory over Crystal Palace.

 

This season, Liverpool has the best record among all Premier League teams in terms of securing points from behind.

 

The Gunners were defeated at Villa Park after only seven minutes due to a well-executed strike on the turn by John McGinn. And although Arsenal generated an abundance of opportunities of their own, the Gunners were culpable for a number of woeful misses, including those of Martin Odegaard and Jesus.

 

After the game, Arteta offered the most absurd explanation imaginable for those missed opportunities, but Brazil striker Jesus’s overall struggles infuriated Steve Nicol the most.

 

Victor Osimhen and Ivan Toney are reportedly among the forwards that Arteta is considering acquiring for the Gunners prior to the January transfer window.Gabriel Jesus has informed Arsenal that they require an upgrade. The former Liverpool player believes that Jesus performed so poorly against Villa that it would have appeared as though Arsenal were fielding ten men. Ouch!

As reported by ESPN, Nicol expressed the following regarding Jesus: “To put it simply, they require a center forward.” I recalled sitting and wondering, “Where is Jesus?”

 

“By this, I mean Arsenal, which I perceived to be the more dominant team, especially in the second half.”

 

“For Villa, it was all about defense.” However, Jesus was never seen by us.

 

Undoubtedly, the Premier League championship cannot be won when a team is down a member. Due to the fact that Jesus did nothing to assist his team.

 

“In addition, you must produce when you need to break down a tight defense that is at the peak of its game. “It made no difference that he failed to produce; he simply vanished.”

 

Osimhen, who is valued at an astounding £120 million, and Toney, whose cranium is worth £80 million, are both players whose availability at Arsenal is uncertain, notwithstanding Nicol’s assertions.

 

Arteta has also expressed satisfaction on multiple occasions regarding his striker options at Arsenal, where he can also rely on Eddie Nketiah.Jesus has scored six goals in sixteen appearances this season, whereas Nketiah has scored five goals in twenty-one; neither of these performances is particularly prolific.

 

Moreover, Arteta is likely to prioritize midfield reinforcements during the January transfer window, given the residual uncertainty surrounding the futures of Jorginho, Mohamed Elneny, and Thomas Partey, despite Nicol’s valid point.

 

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