Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has sent a warning to Brazilian youngster Gabriel Martnelli on his development. Speaking to the club’s media Arteta said that Martnelli was being too ambitious something that might end up stalling his development. Gabriel Martinelli shot to the limelight in 2019 but he has not had much playing time because of injuries and competition for places at the Emirates stadium.
However, Mikel Arteta still believes that Martnelli has a very bright future at Arsenal despite lacking playing time. The French manager’s only worry is about the player's ambition that has seen him being too anxious at times when he is benched. "He is so willing and so anxious that he can block his development," said Arteta.
Arteta went ahead to say that the promising youngster must understand that he cannot play as much as he wishes at the moment but that will change as he continues to develop. “We need to try and help him as well to maintain that balance right because you can generate frustration out of what comes from, in my opinion, a not very realistic diagnosis, and you need time to do that," Arteta added amid concerns that the Brazillian was starting to get frustrated.
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