Arsenal update on Aubamayang, Odegaard ahead of Wolves as Arteta hints on his starting XI
By Kambale08 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 160 views
Arsenal boss Mike has all the reasons to think hard. Especially on his starting XI against the coast side the Saint's. After an impressive display against Manchester United. Surely all the starting players deserve another chance.
But the manager has insisted on keeping the team fresh. And hence making several changes. Though Gunners have experienced a tight schedule of activities this January window.
As both Maitland Neil's, Mustafi and Willock departing the club. Neil's has joined West brom, while Willock has joined Newcastle both on loan deals.
Mustafi has made a permanent move to Schalke, and he's back to his hometown. While all that goes on so is Arteta preparing, his team for tonight fixture against Wolves.
On Mrtin Odegaard Arteta was adamant to give a direct answer and he responded," let's see today how everybody is. We have some other issues in the last few days as well.
So today we'll have a better picture of who is available to play tomorrow. Then we'll put the players who are completely fit to start the game." Concluded the Spaniard as per Metro.
On Aubamayang of course he's now available for selection. After coming from his home town, after visiting his illing mother. And later observing the ten day isolation periond.
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