Ian Wright urges Mikel Arteta to start Arsenal star against Tottenham

Mikel Arteta should start for Arsenal against Tottenham, according to Ian Wright.

Ian Wright thinks that Gabriel Jesus has now become totally undroppable for Arsenal as they get ready for the North London Derby.

News about Arsenal, as well as analysis.

On Sunday, two of the most hotly contested Premier League teams—Arsenal and Tottenham—will square off in what is sure to be an epic matchup.

Both teams enter the game with identical records—four victories and one draw—and a win would move them closer to the league’s leaders, Manchester City, by two points.

Mikel Arteta and Ange Postecoglou both rotated their teams a little at the beginning of this season, and it is still unknown what the starting XIs will be for the match at the Emirates.

The Gunners are debating a number of issues, such as whether to replace David Raya in goal with Aaron Ramsdale again or whether to bench the underwhelming Kai Havertz once more in favor of Fabio Vieira.

While Gabriel Jesus is the primary No. 1, another choice to be made is which person will start at the top.

Leandro Trossard, Eddie Nketiah, Havertz, and the Brazilian have all taken turns playing for Arteta.

The manager may choose to bench Jesus if he feels that one of the other forwards offers him a tactically different contribution, but Arsenal legend Wright claims that the former City star is the only one capable of doing the job.

On the Wrighty’s House podcast, the former striker said, “If I were in Eddie’s shoes, I would make sure that when I’m on there, whatever half chance I get, I took it and I was ruthless with it.”.

Jesus must play if he is healthy, so why not?

To another location, he moves it.

I don’t mean to criticize Eddie, but he needs to do something similar to allay people’s concerns when Jesus isn’t present because, given the way he is playing, Jesus is a separate entity.

His main strength is how quickly he works and how well he completes tasks.

Eddie is running the risk. He could have had a few more at the beginning of the season to get him into that, and he must do that because if Jesus keeps acting the same way, there will be no conversation because he is so good.’.

Jesus, who has made just one start this year, has scored twice in four appearances, averaging one goal every 54 minutes, while Nketiah has scored twice in six games, averaging one goal every 174 minutes.

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