WILLIAN is about to turn out to be a ‘prisoner’ at Arsenal this season attributable to a scarcity of switch curiosity within the winger, in accordance with experiences.
The Brazilian failed to fireplace for The Gunners final season with only one purpose and 5 assists in 25 league video games.
Arsenal haven’t obtained any affords for Willian this summer season
Mikel Arteta is pleased to let him go away because of this however as but no affords have been forthcoming.
And that’s due to Willian’s astronomical £200,000 per week wages, report TuttoMercatoWeb.
Willian nonetheless has two years left to run on his contract and meaning he might be unwilling to just accept a deal elsewhere on much less cash.
He dangers being frozen out if he stays, with Arteta preferring Nicolas Pepe and Bukayo Saka in the direction of the tip of final season.
The Spaniard even operated with two attacking midfielders in a 3-5-2 formation now and again.
And with Emil Smith Rowe signing a new five-year deal and being given the number ten, it appears he may have an even bigger position to play subsequent time period.
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Arteta may even have Gabriel Martinelli out there for extra video games subsequent season, after the Brazilian missed massive components of the earlier marketing campaign via damage.
Arsenal might be caught paying Willian’s wages till 2023, at which level he might be approaching his thirty fifth birthday.
Sporting director Edu will nonetheless goal to dump him this summer season together with different huge names like Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira.
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