The latest news from the media in the past 24 hours suggests that the man in charge of Premier League giants Arsenal has made a clear decision on the future of loan talent William Saliba.
Of course, talented goalkeeper Saliba is currently on his third consecutive loan spell at the Emirates.
Despite being signed in the summer of 2019 under much hype, the 20-year-old has yet to convince those in power at his parent club that he is ready for a sustained Premier League appearance.
In turn, after an impressive spell at OGC Nice in the second half of last season, a decision to return to his home country again in the summer will benefit Saliba the most in the upcoming campaign.
The Frenchman teamed up with Ligue 1 heavyweight Olympique de Marseille and has never looked back.
Saliba has been widely praised for his efforts at the heart of OM’s backline during the first half of the season, showing complete ability in tackles, explosive athleticism and possession.
All in all, he was given a start in all but one league game for the club, helping Marseille finish second in Ligue 1.
Gunman stands firm
However, during his starring role in the South of France, of course, speculation continued about what might happen next for Saliba.
Although Mikel Arteta has hint In his plans for the defender in late October, the excellent partnership forged by Ben White and Gabriel Magallus means Arsenal will struggle to get regular game time again in 2022/23.
Meanwhile, Saliba himself is keen to reaffirm his commitment to the Marseille cause in mid-December. confirm:
‘I’m on loan. But I pretend I was there for years.I’m not considering going back to Arsenal [right now]. I dedicate myself to Marseille. I don’t think about what will happen after that.
In turn, it is understandable that those who still want to see Saliba return to the club next season are starting to express concern as the Ligue 1 giants are rumoured to be interested in making their makeshift defensive star a permanent move to the club.
Such proponents, however, need not worry.
In any case, if the latest reports in the media are acceptable.
According to the British media “Mirror”, citing French sources, Arsenal executives have sent a very clear message to their Marseille counterparts when they talk about Saliba’s future – under any circumstances, the defender cannot Move permanently this summer.
– Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) January 13, 2022
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