Arteta opens the door to 6 players

first_img5 Mikel Arteta took control of Arsenal midway through the season and settled for the team they gave him on the winter market, except for a few tweaks such as the return of the injured Cédric Soares (Southampton). But once summer arrives it will be time to start building your own project and to meet the objectives for which you were hired. Matteo Guendouzi does not have the same role with his new coach as he did with Unai Emery. The French midfielder plays less than when he arrived and although he was aiming for a future player, a little discussion with Arteta would have been enough to waste minutes. He does not seem to be the type of midfielder that the coach is looking for, who knows that due to his youth and quality they would cash in on him to be able to bring someone who is more suited to what he is looking for.Sokratis Pasathopoulos Sokratis Pasathopoulos usually plays at Arsenal even when they put him on the side. It is a key piece in the current behind of the English set, but the problem is that it may not be in the future. Pablo Marí would occupy his central position with David Luiz and if Soares recovers he would no longer have a place on the right wing. Even more so if Layvin ends up landing Kurzawa (PSG). In addition, his age indicates that although it is now important, in the near future it will be expendable, so the time to sell him would be this summer.Mesut Ozil This project will depend a lot on the future of the Premier League, since it will not be the same to get into positions of Champions Leaguewhat Europa LeagueAnd obviously the budget will be much lower if they don’t get a European place for the next course. While the Spanish coach thinks about how to make next year’s squad and with part of the work done in defense, first he wants to focus on the casualties and thus have more leeway to bring in more and better footballers. As published Mirror, up to six ensemble members gunner they have the door open to leave.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 14 10 Mesut Özil has been the most benefited by the change of coach and despite the fact that the Spanish would like the midfielder to return to what he was, he is aware that his current salary is a major impediment to managing the salary cap. The German has had the label of transferable for a long time, with no teams really interested in taking over his entire record. Arsenal are very willing to listen to offers for him, although if it were not for his record, Arteta would not have so much trouble taking it from him. 77 Premier League* Data updated as of March 17, 2020 29 Ainsley Maitland-Niles is on the exit ramp. The Spanish coach is not convinced by the footballer, whom he has used as a substitute for Bellerín, although lately it was left out of the calls. The youth squad prefers to play indoors than on the right side, and Arteta would have no reason to try to retain him, so he would make it easier for him to find an option that suits the club and the player.Henrikh Mkhitaryan Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the issue that matters most in London. There are few strikers of his level in the market and although he likes the city, his ambition is to play the Champions League, something that is not currently guaranteed. The Barcelona He was interested in him at the time and it would be a great opportunity for the Gabonese, who would decide his future in the summer based on the results obtained. The trick of Arsenal, if he did not succeed, would be to try to renew him or try to surround him with great footballers to convince him that his goals will be achieved in the next course. It will be difficult to change his mind, so if they do not enter the Champions League and knowing that his contract expires in 2021, they would rush to sell him and get a cut for his best player.Ainsley Maitland-Niles fifteen Henrikh Mkhitaryan has fulfilled what was expected of him when he was traded for Alexis Sánchez in one of the worst operations remembered in Premier League history (Neither they nor Manchester United benefited from that). The Armenian player has been loaned in the Rome, highlighting the fair but without shining. Perhaps it is the perfect time to try to sell him (he already said that he did not even discuss the salary because he was not happy in England), especially knowing that you have a sign on ItalyAlthough Arteta would not rule out keeping it if necessary.Matteo Guendouzilast_img read more

High-tech Digital Innovation Hub approved for Buncrana

first_imgBuncrana is getting a Co-Lab style Digital Innovation Hub at the urban council offices in the town, Minister Joe McHugh has announced.The local Government TD has confirmed to Donegal County Council this morning that their application to develop a centre has been successful.Final funding figures will be announced when a contract with Enterprise Ireland is signed, said McHugh. “The vision for this digital innovation hub represents the ambition of the council to refurbish and extend the urban council offices in Buncrana,” said McHugh.“The plans involve the Buncrana offices becoming an innovation centre for the whole Inishowen peninsula, capitalising on the high tech skillsets and the development of new businesses, creating and supporting jobs in the area.“I want to pay tribute to Donegal County Council for their excellent application for funding and thank all those involved.“I also want to thank Minister for Business Heather Humphreys and Enterprise Ireland for including this Donegal innovation centre in plans announced around the country. I have been monitoring and supporting the application and stressing the need for this sort of high tech centre in Inishowen. “This is a good day for the county. Here in Donegal we are already developing smaller digital hubs in places like Carrigart, Kilcar and on Arranmore Island and is part of a regional focus to drive jobs in rural areas of the country. The addition of a more substantial centre in Buncrana today is great news for the county.”High-tech Digital Innovation Hub approved for Buncrana was last modified: December 12th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more