Albert Sambi Lokonga has made huge transfer admission that every the fans would love to hear. The admission by Lokonga shows the love of the midfielder to the club and the fans.
Albert Sambi Lokonga admitted he readily moved to Arsenal so that he could learn more from Arsenal. Lokonga admitted that he was not willing to be benched at Anderlecht while waiting for formation of a new squad. " I joined Arsenal with desire to learn more about their football. It is my best football club in the world. And I was happy when they made a huge step to sign me. I am eager to deliver good results to the club and the fans." Lokonga Said tweeted.
Lokonga's arrival in was coupled with a lot of benefits to him. Lokonga has represented Arsenal in six different competitions. He has created a good partnership with Thomas Partey. Lokonga is used a replacement of Granit Xhaka during Xhaka's adventure. It has bolstered his playing skills since he has learned more from Arsenal.
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