Mikel Arteta Delivers One-word Bukayo Saka Update After Final Day Agony

Arsenal finished second in the Premier League behind Manchester City. After facing disappointment for the second consecutive season, the Gunners are now focused on aiming for the top spot next term.

Following a disappointing end to the season, Arsenal’s preparations for the next term are already in motion.

Once again, the Gunners finished second in the Premier League. Mikel Arteta and Edu Gaspar are now back to strategising on how to surpass Manchester City in the upcoming season.

A busy summer lies ahead, with significant activity expected in the transfer market. Meanwhile, Arsenal’s top players will be participating in EURO 2024 and the Copa America.

Already Arteta has his eye on winning the title as he urged supporters to not be sad. He said: “All this is happening because you started believing, you started to be patient and started to understand what we tried to do.

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All the credit has to go to the players and the staff. Don’t be sad. We want much more than that and we’re going to get it.”

With that in mind, AFCN reviews some of the news that has surfaced following the conclusion of the Premier League season.

Arteta’s Bukayo Saka Update

Bukayo Saka was absent from Arsenal’s squad for their final match against Everton. However, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta assured that the influential winger would be ready for England’s EURO 2024 squad next month.

When asked if the 22-year-old would be fit for the tournament in Germany, Arteta confidently responded with a simple “yeah.” He explained that Saka had sustained the injury during training prior to the game.

“Unfortunately he picked up a small muscle injury in training and he wasn’t available to play,” he told TNT Sports.

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