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In training, Mikel Arteta gushed, “I love him,” about one Arsenal player.

In training, Mikel Arteta gushed, “I love him,” about one Arsenal player.

Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, proclaimed his love for Kai Havertz and urged supporters to do the same.

The German has received a lot of flak recently.
His first three performances haven’t exactly pleased Arsenal fans, and he’s also received criticism from a number of pundits.

At this point in his press conference, Arteta has concluded.

Kai Havertz Arsenal with Mikel Arteta.

Kai Havertz, a star for Arsenal, is praised by Mikel Arteta.

In June (Sky Sports), Arsenal paid £65 million to acquire Kai Havertz from Chelsea.

Before the German even kicked a ball, a number of pundits questioned Mikel Arteta’s decision to approve this move, which raised many eyebrows.

After last weekend’s 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Fulham, that criticism has persisted, and almost everyone has started blaming Havertz.

When the Arsenal manager, Arteta, was questioned about him in yesterday’s press conference, he gushed about how impressive he has been in training.
Then he requested some love from his followers.

According to talkSPORT’s reporting of his comments, he stated: “I’ll tell you how I feel about him; I love him and I see his qualities every day in training.
His productivity is outstanding, and he consistently performs admirably at the team’s front.

“The visual one, the one with the statistics, is what is currently missing, to put the ball in the net and to arrive on those and have a different impact on the game, but for the rest, it is there.

“It’s challenging to demand more, especially from our fans and spectators, but I believe that if we show him love, he will give us his best performance.
” .

Kai Havertz Arsenal and Mikel Arteta.

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Since the beginning, Arteta has been convinced that Havertz will succeed for Arsenal.

Despite the fact that the German player, 24, is incredibly talented and was instrumental in Chelsea’s Champions League victory, his three-year stint there was very underwhelming.

Havertz has been excellent off the ball so far this season for Arsenal, but we need to see him contribute much more in front of goal and around the box.

Tomorrow’s game between Arsenal and Manchester United is crucial.
If Havertz keeps his spot in the side, it will be interesting to watch.

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In an effort to defend his recent tactical adjustments, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta used an odd metaphor about his daily commute to the Arsenal training facility.

Thomas Partey, a Ghanaian midfielder, was used by Arteta in Arsenal’s first three Premier League games as a right-back with freedom to move forward.

Arteta’s experiment comes after manager Pep Guardiola of Manchester City and manager Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool both used defender Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield.

However, the results have been inconsistent for the Gunners, who started their title defense with shaky victories over Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest before drawing with 10-man Fulham.

Arteta compared the quandary to the difficulties he encounters traveling from his home to Arsenal’s London Colney training facility when asked if he felt like adopting last season’s strategy for the match against Manchester United tomorrow.

“I travel to Colney from my house every morning.

When I leave at six in the morning, it’s occasionally icy and I have to go to the windscreen.

Normally, I take the A21 at six o’clock instead of Finchley Road because it is faster, Arteta told perplexed reporters yesterday.

“Since Finchley Road is 20 miles per hour now, I occasionally use the back door.”. But after that, I take the M25.

However, I only take one exit if it’s a school bus. I take a different exit and then I leave if it is after seven o’clock.”.

Arteta was attempting to use his bizarre response to illustrate the different tactical options he faces against various opponents, much like the notoriously congested M25, which circles the outskirts of London.

“What do I do if I have a flat tire one day? Maybe I need to get a new one because there’s a garage nearby.

You see, guys, every game has a unique plot. A different tale,” the Spanish national said.

“We’ll need to change our plan if there is another injury.

We’ll have something else if Bukayo (Saka) isn’t there. Therefore, the M25 won’t be adequate.

We might take one more. If I speak to a taxi driver who has spent 20 years learning all of London, I will be insignificant in comparison to him because he will give me all of the best streets and options.”.

Premier League Schedule (1400 GMT unless otherwise noted).

Today’s games include Sheffield United at Everton (1130), Brentford at Bournemouth, Burnley at Tottenham, Chelsea at Nottingham Forest, Manchester City at Fulham, and Brighton at Newcastle (1630).

Tomorrow: Arsenal vs. Manchester United (1530), Liverpool vs. Aston Villa (1300), and Crystal Palace vs. Wolves (1300).

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