At the same price as Phil Foden, Arsenal now has a “magical” player.  

Gabriel Martinelli, a forward for Arsenal, is now valued at the same level as Phil Foden, a star for Manchester City.

According to CIES, who rates Martinelli as one of the most valuable players in the world, this is the case.

Over the past few years, Arsenal has made some brilliant acquisitions, and Edu Gaspar, the club’s sporting director, has had a significant impact.

For relatively low costs, the Gunners have acquired players like Martin Odegaard, William Saliba, and Gabriel Magalhaes.

But without a doubt, the £6 million acquisition of Gabriel Martinelli was their most brilliant business move.

The 22-year-old was acquired from Brazilian team Ituano back in 2019 and has since established himself as one of the Premier League’s top wingers.

And it would seem that he is now worth just as much as some of the best football players in the world, including Phil Foden.

Foden and Martinelli are valued equally.

The football data observatory’s list includes some of the best players in the world, and CIES values Martinelli at €150 million (£128.9 million).

The same price is also assigned to the Barcelona team of Pablo Gabi and Pedri Gonzalez, as well as to City star Foden.

With 15 goals and five assists in the Premier League during his previous season, Martinelli had a fantastic year.

Gary Neville praised the Brazilian star on Sky Sports in May, calling him a “magical” talent.

Martinelli is proof that, over the past few years, Arsenal’s recruiting has significantly improved.

When the forward arrived at the Emirates Stadium four years ago, he was a comparatively undiscovered talent.
However, he’s already emerging as one of Europe’s most promising prospects.

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 Arsenal player ratings for the current season include Vieira’s opportunity, Brilliant Rice, and Havertz’s reflection.

Arsenal has had a variety of performances this season in football, from Declan Rice to Kai Havertz.

The first four games’ results are provided by London.

Even though the new season has only been going for four games, we can still reflect on this nearly flawless start and evaluate how the players have done.

Since the game is still in its early stages, a few players, including Emile Smith Rowe and David Raya, who are absent, have not yet received playing time.

With three victories over Manchester United, Crystal Palace, and Nottingham Forest, as well as a draw with Fulham, Arsenal has had a strong start to the season.

Mikel Arteta, the manager, rotated the team a lot while they scored eight goals, allowed four goals, and made several substitutions.

The scoring system for London will only consider performances from those four games and will use a scale of 10 instead of the usual 30.

If you disagree with any of our choices and why, let us know in the comment section at the end of the article.

(7) Aaron Ramsdale.

It has been questioned whether Aaron Ramsdale is to blame for Andreas Pereira’s goal in the Fulham draw.

He mishit the attacking midfielder’s fluky effort, in my opinion, and he’s really unlucky.

When the game is over, Adama Traore’s less-noticed point-saving play stands out.

Some, however, would contend that he could have done more to block Marcus Rashford’s attempt against Manchester United.

Therefore, a respectable performance with room for improvement is fair in the case of the England international, who will be watching David Raya closely.

Jurrien Timber: not applicable.

Heartbreaking.

Jurrien Timber’s football season might be over after just one half.

In the fifty or more minutes he played on the first day, he appeared good.

To compare him to the other people on this list, though, would be unfair.

Mr. Ben White: 7.

This season, Ben White has already taken on two different roles as he adapted to Mikel Arteta’s decision to move Thomas Partey into the defensive unit.

Rashford really put him to the test in his weakest performance of the season, but otherwise, he has continued to stand out with a variety of passing that I’d like to see more of, and I believe Gabriel Martinelli would agree.

He was particularly impressive against Fulham.

William Saliba: 8.

How he was sorely missed at the conclusion of the previous season.

Following his back injury, which in my opinion was the main reason the club’s title challenge failed, William Saliba has picked up where he left off.

In every game so far, he has demonstrated his presence, speed, and height.

His tackle against Jordan Ayew at Palace was of the highest caliber. The Frenchman is without a doubt the world’s top young defender.

Gabe Magalhaes: 7.

after missing the first three games because of football. Gabriel Magalhaes came back for the victory over Manchester United and was dominant, london was told there were tactical reasons. Rasmus Hojlund entered the fight in an effort to surprise the Brazilian, but Gabriel surprised him right back.

He grappled with his Danish opponent for an extended period of time to keep him quiet before pulling off a Michael Jackson-style dance move to keep Alejandro Garnacho pivotally offside.

Jakub Kiwior received a 6.

Jakub Kiwior, like Gabriel, has only played in one game this year and that was the one against Fulham.

Despite lacking the “Zinchenko-esque” inversion comfortability that his Ukrainian counterpart brings, he didn’t necessarily do anything wrong and provided some solid progressive passes through the left half-spaces.

Nevertheless, I am interested in seeing more of him.

Takehiro Tomiyasu: 6.

Takehiro Tomiyasu is extremely frustrated after receiving a harsh red card against Crystal Palace.

Although he has faced some backlash and claims that an upgrade is required, I believe the adaptable Japanese international will prove to be a valuable addition to the team this year.

Oleksandr Zinchenko scored a 7.

How Zinchenko was excellent when he started the game against Manchester United, and how much we have missed him. Gabriel Martinelli and Declan Rice benefited from Arsenal’s immediate efforts to use the possession better.

Declan Rice: 9.

Wow, that’s all I have to say. Declan Rice has been fantastic for Arsenal ever since he joined the team, and his goal against Manchester United only served to highlight what a fantastic start it has been.

There hasn’t been much debate about the investment Arsenal made thanks to man-of-the-match performances against Crystal Palace and United.

which is priceless in the current environment.

Kai Havertz: 5.

However, Kai Havertz is a different story.

The German international has only had to deal with questions since before he even kicked a ball, and he has sadly not been able to respond to them thus far in a manner that he may have preferred.

He played admirably against Palace, but he didn’t realize it until after the game had been replayed. But aside from this, and especially in the last two games, he consistently performed below the standard set by his teammates.

He ought to be bright and quick.

Thomas Partey – 8.

Thomas Partey’s loss is yet another devastating blow to the team because he was such a crucial player.

While Mikel Arteta’s stats were significantly better than last season despite playing in a position that many fans have criticized him for using, yet another injury has caused some to wonder if we should be looking to replace him.

Jorginho — six.

Jorginho’s cameo appearances thus far may be an indication of the role he will play this season, but he has so far appeared composed, and his performance against Crystal Palace in particular demonstrated the value of having a ball player on the bench.

The Italian may now get more screen time now that Partey is gone.

Fabio Vieira, 8.

Fabio Vieira, the new super-sub, is having a great start to the season.

He has now started to raise the question of whether he should start over Havertz, which has a lot of weight to take into account.

He has two assists and a won penalty (which is effectively an assist in my Fantasy Football brain) in just two appearances.

Martin Odegaard: 8.

Captain Fantastic continues to add to his goal-scoring tally with two goals, one of which was a penalty of course, in his first four games.

The positives have been of the world-class caliber we have come to expect, despite a few rough patches where it may have seemed like the pressure to lead this team to victory threatened to overwhelm him.

In this team, Odegaard is arguing that he is the most crucial player.

It’s challenging to refute this claim.

Seven, Bukayo Sakas.

Bukayo Saka has struggled a bit to reach the highest of heights he has set for himself this season, with his best performance coming in a brilliant goal against Nottingham Forest.

It is hoped that he does not log an absurdly high number of minutes during this international break and returns rested and prepared to compete.

Leandro Trossard scored a 5.

There was optimism that his form would continue into the new season following his heroics in the Community Shield. However, a lack of playing time has slowed that momentum, and regrettably, his lone start against Fulham ended with a halftime substitution following a less-than-impressive performance.

With the Champions League and Carabao Cup approaching, Mikel Arteta will be hoping that this will be where he can stake his claim of receiving more playing time.

He is capable of obtaining it, without a doubt.

Daniel Martinelli: 8.

I’d use the word “electrifying” to sum up Gabriel Martinelli’s season-opening performance.

While Saka’s performance may have dipped, he has still played a crucial role in the threat on Arsenal’s left, as we have come to expect. The Brazilian wonderkid has been full of the energy that is characteristic of him.

An assist against Forest and that pass to Odegaard against Manchester United are the contributions in the numbers.

Sometimes, I’d like to see smarter decisions made, but at this point, I’m just being picky.

6 for Reiss Nelson.

Reiss Nelson is the impact replacement for dreams. I am really happy that he extended his contract with the team and will now be a member of the squad because he brings something to the team that no one else can, at least not from the bench in the way he does with his pace and ambidextrousness.

Eddie Nketiah – 9.

Two goals and a key penalty for the victory.

In the absence of Gabriel Jesus, I don’t think we could have asked for much more from Eddie Nketiah so far this season.

Despite the fact that he was held without a goal by Manchester United, his running, physicality, and pressures frightened the United defenders. I can’t wait to watch him continue to compete for the striker position.

Gabriel Jesus – 7.

Gabriel Jesus is back, baby! After his calm finish to secure all three points against Manchester United, he may be prepared to rekindle his best form for the team.

It was more than encouraging to see him not rush the opportunity against Diogo Dalot and Andre Onana because one of his biggest criticisms has been how clinical he is.

He faces an uphill battle in his attempt to remove Nketiah, but if successful, the club will be faced with an intriguing situation.

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