Arsenal man to commit his future to the club amidst interest from the Premier League

Cedric Soares will remain at Arsenal despite having interest from other clubs.

The Portuguese full-back has been playing regular football at Arsenal in recent weeks because the club’s first choice, Takehiro Tomiyasu, has been injured.

He has contributed to Arsenal’s recent wins, and he now wants to stay and help them achieve more.

When Tomi is fit, he would struggle to play, and clubs around the Premier League know this.

They are now looking to lure him away from the Emirates. However, a report via The Sun claims the defender has no interest in leaving Arsenal.

Mega-rich Newcastle United is one of the clubs interested in signing him, yet the report claims he will stay under Mikel Arteta.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Soares has shown improved form in recent weeks, and he deserves more chances to remain at Arsenal.

The full-back is one of the important squad members that we have now, and he should enjoy the fruits of his contribution if we qualify for the Champions League.

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    1. You are right ken,but for him to commit his future shows how much he is willing to step up his game to match the club’s new standard,just show ur support not go sour.

  1. “WhenTomi is fit, he would struggle to play”!

    What absolute nonsense, as will be proven very soon, possibly today, and if not, then very soon. Cedric is but a lowly substitute for a key and top class player . He is a good club man it seems but has VERY moderate ability only.

    1. I think what the writer means, is that when Tomi is fit, Cedric will struggle to play. Well that’s how I read it.

      Agree with you, though

    2. He clearly meant when Tomi is fit that Cedric would struggle to play, as proven today.

      1. No! He said when Tomi was fit…etc Tomi is therefeore the subject of his sentence and so, incorrect English, it means Tomi is unlikely to play.

        However, I have come to the conclusion that he probably DID MEAN CEDRIC AND THE MISUNDERSTNDING WAS PURELY BECAUSE HIS USE OF ENGLISH WAS INACCURATE and gave a totally wrong impression.

        It is a constant battle for someone like me, whose use of English is nearly perfect , to work out what SOME posts actually mean. So many are written inaccurately. Sigh!

        1. Lot of us are not english Dear Jon So we’r spaeking a foreign language “moderatly”

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