Back in the summer and Arteta did spend more than any premier league manager. After he made six signings ahead of these season. Amongs he's new arrivals was former Brighton defender Ben White.
The Englishman wasn't involved much in the premier league opening fixtures for the red side of London. These was due to various reasons including Covid-19. But after returning to full training he was tipped to shine.
Burnley followed up and again the duo kept another clean sheet. But upon arrival of the London rivals Tottenham at Emirates Stadium. The two conceded curtesy of Son only goal.
That may have made Arsenal fans belive that Ben White. Was worthy of October International break callup by Southgate. Unfortunately the Three Lions manager has opted for Mings, Stones, Tomori and Conor as center backs.
Which entirely means Ben White has missed on these October International break squad. Ahead of fixtures against Andorra away and Hungary at home soil in World Cup qualifiers .
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