Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has revealed the star player who can help Arsenal bounce back to their glory days after the club has been struggling to win matches since the beginning of the season.
Ferdinand says that the Gunners will jump up the league and do well provided Gabonese Pierre Emerick Aubameyang starts scoring goals, which he has failed to do since he signed a new contract deal in the summer of 2020.
" If he plays well and scored goals, Arsenal will jump up the league. Since he signed his new deal, he's struggled for form. As much as we take the mick out of you, I do like see Arsenal do well, I've got to be honest."
This is not the first time Ferdinand has spoken well against the Gunners, as he earlier revealed that he asked Arsene Wenger to give him a chance of playing for Arsenal after spell at Manchester United ended, but he request was not granted.
Arsenal recorded their first win in the Premier League last weekend against struggling side, Norwich City after losing the first three matches and they will be keen to extend their lead on Saturday when they will be meeting Burnley.
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