William Saliba Reminds Arsenal And Their Fans Why He Is Highly Rated By Bagging This Accolade
By Elpipita | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 63 views
Arsenal's highly rated teenage defender William Saliba sealed his move to Ligue 1 outfit Nice for a short term loan deal having struggled to break in the gunners starting lineup.
The Arsenal hierarchy feel the player still has a future with them and a loan spell away from the Emirates stadium is the right move for the Frenchman.
Saliba has been an ever present regular in the Nice lineup since sealing his move featuring heavily in a back three for the French side who are struggling for results.
From bagging numerous man of the match performances for his new side due to strong commanding displays, Saliba has won a personal accolade with Nice by being voted their best player for the month of January.
Saliba has beaten his teammates Benitez Walterok and Flavius Daniliuc to the accolade which could be a massive booster to the player's confidence.
Nice are currently stuck in fourteenth and will be hoping to bounce back after their recent loss of form when they host Angers on Sunday.
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