Saturday, October 7, 2023

Arsenal face £60m transfer exit as Mikel Arteta gives huge Bukayo Saka injury update

Arsenal have a big weekend on the cards as they prepare for a huge match against Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. The two clubs played out an intense Premier League title race last season, with City winning that battle, but it’s lining up to be another fight for first this time around.

The Cityzens hold the current advantage, sitting one point ahead of the Gunners, but either team can look to get an advantage over the other in their meeting. Both sides may face some difficult decisions when it comes to their teams as the visitors are guaranteed to miss Rodri through suspension.

The north Londoners are sweating over the fitness of Bukayo Saka, who has suffered with three separate injury concerns over the past two weeks or so. With that said, here’s a look at the biggest stories ahead of yet another busy day at the Emirates Stadium and beyond.


Smith Rowe exit


Premier League rivals West Ham are interested in a move for Arsenal winger Emile Smith Rowe in the coming transfer window, reports TeamTalk. The Hale Ender has struggled for minutes over the past year or so, having suffered a host of injuries, which could open up the possibility of an exit.


The report claims that the Gunners are looking for a fee in the region of Mason Mount’s switch from Chelsea to Manchester United, which cost roughly £60million.

Bukayo Saka injury update


Mikel Arteta has provided an update on Bukayo Saka ahead of Arsenal’s clash against Manchester City amid hope the winger will be available for selection for the visit of the Premier League champions. The winger had to be substituted in the defeat to RC Lens in the Champions League in midweek, putting doubt over his inclusion on Sunday.

Guardiola’s Arsenal title prediction


Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes Arsenal are back as a force at the top of football and has predicted them to be amongst the Premier League title picture once again. It comes as the Gunners have steadily improved to the point of being genuine contenders in all competitions.

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