Days after Arsenal finished fifth on the premier league table, the club's 12-goal scorer of the 2021/22 season Bukayo Saka got another call to represent the England national team in the upcoming UEFA Nations League. Alongside him, both Benjamin White and the 24-years old Ramsdale got their 2nd consecutive call to the national squad.
However, this recognition for Bukayo Saka who was the club's top-scorer in the just ended season, has shown no boundaries as reports claim that the Brazil National Team manager Tite also identified Saka's talent when asked by the press on which England player he would cap for Brazil.
According to Tite, the Gunners' Star Boy is such a profile hard to tame on the pitch no matter the amount of pressure imposed on him by the opponents. This makes the 20-years old Saka his preferred choice in the entire England squad.
"I would go for Saka…You may well try to pressure him, chase him wherever he goes, but you’ll never fully control him,” said Tite.
That aside, Saka's potential has greatly been impressive being the only Arsenal player to show up in Arteta's lineup in all the 38 premier league matches that Arsenal played in the previous season. Hopefully, he's destined for a heroic future either at Arsenal or anywhere else.
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