ARSENAL NEWS: Saka takes credit for new player’s signing, Arteta is nominated.

Saka takes credit for the signing of Rice as a £72 million flop given a transfer lifeline, according to Arsenal news.

Although the summer transfer windows in both England and Saudi Arabia are now closed, Arsenal may be planning to sell one of their most expensive acquisitions to Turkey.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be concerned as a number of stars are currently on international duty after starting the Premier League season with 10 points from four games.

For the matches against Scotland and Ukraine, England’s roster includes players like Ballon d’Or winner Bukayo Saka, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, and Eddie Nketiah.
Numerous other Gunners are competing to help their national teams reach Euro 2024 under the guidance of the Spanish manager.

The club will, however, also use the break in domestic play to complete their transfer window business.
The window in England and, most notably, Saudi Arabia has now closed.
However, player sales to Turkey are still possible until September 15.
Arsenal completed their own spending early.

We summarize all the recent news from the Emirates over the last 24 hours.

Saka describes his role in securing Rice’s transfer.

A key factor in convincing Declan Rice to sign with the Gunners this summer, according to Arsenal star Bukayo Saka, was his influence.

Regarding the £105 million transfer, he said to talkSPORT: “Of course he’d ask a few questions and I’d answer them, but yeah, I’d just try to give him the reassurance that he’d be coming to the right club and that the future is exciting for us.
He would improve us if he joined, proving that yes, we are capable of accomplishing things.”.

He continued, “That was amazing, I think I’ve watched his goal back 20 times,” in reference to his new teammate’s injury time goal against Manchester United on Sunday.”.

August award candidate Arteta.

For the month of August, the Premier League has nominated Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal.

Arteta has overseen a run of three victories and a draw since the Community Shield victory over Man City, with the 2-2 result against Fulham serving as the lone blip.
Fans now have renewed optimism that the north London team will once again contend for the championship this year.

Pep Guardiola of Manchester City is also a nominee, as the champions won their first four games.
Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool, David Moyes of West Ham United, and Ange Postecoglou, the new manager of Tottenham, are also contenders.

Turkey comes into Pepe’s focus.

Despite having previously considered terminating Nicolas Pepe’s contract, Arsenal is still hoping to sell the £72 million acquisition.

Mikel Arteta reportedly informed the Ivorian international that he had played his final match for Arsenal, but despite being strongly linked to a transfer to Saudi Arabia, no deal was consummated on Thursday, the deadline day.
However, the winger has not focused on arranging a deal with Trabzonspor, claims French media outlet Foot Mercato.

In Turkey, the window for transfers doesn’t close until September 15.
However, both parties are currently engaged in talks, and the 28-year-old, who spent the 2017–18 season on loan at Nice, is optimistic that a deal can be reached.

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