Arsenal target praises them after they beat Wolves

Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves admitted Arsenal is a top club after the Gunners beat them in the Premier League yesterday.

The Portuguese star has been on the radar of Mikel Arteta’s side for a long time now and they could finally get their man at the end of this season.

For now, he remains committed to Wolves and spoke after their defeat to the Gunners.

His team remains managerless until Julen Lopetegui resumes as their boss during the World Cup break.

He watched as Arsenal worked hard to break their resistance and win the fixture 2-0, thanks to a Martin Odegaard brace.

After the fixture, Neves told the BBC

“They’re a fantastic team playing fantastic football.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

The way we broke Wolves’ resistance in that game showed we truly are a top club now.

That win and some other victories we have achieved show we have developed the character of champions.

Mikel Arteta deserves credit for how he has changed the culture at the Emirates and now our players want to win every game.

Hopefully, we will keep winning when club football resumes after the World Cup break.

The second half of this season will be very important to our hopes of clinching the title.

If we maintain a healthy lead over the other challengers by March, then we have a good chance of winning the title.

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15 Comments

  1. Maybe a deal can now be struck for him in January, but he has to be one of the contenders for our midfield role.

  2. ars-enal can forget signing Neves he will be a target for much bigger clubs than them, anybody can play that well when they have the officials fully paid up.
    Attwell failed to give a penalty in the first half and a red card to their player, we then had a situation in the second half that was similar to Semedos sending off v Brighton but the ars-enal man got away without even a booking, one rule for them different for us.
    Then you have a manager who deliberately tells his players to target an opposition player re jiminez thank god we are nothing like them.

    1. @JOHNDAVIES,Please keep a buckets in your front while you cry as ARSENAL FANS will be needing your tears to bath with,cry more please.

    2. John Davies
      Boubakar should’v been sent off for a foul on Fabio Vieira ….So the ref is to blame also from Arsenal’s point of view also

    3. Tears of defeat, is understandable when u lost to a team who outplayed u in every department, blame on the the referee just to console urself, it doesn’t take the fact away that arsenal or ur so called arse••••nal, as u put, call us what u wish to compensate for the country mile between the top dog and the bottom ass team, we are as far as we could be on the log table, next time we will beat not just with the referee as u claim but even with ur supporters who will be singing our praises, just be ready for more tears when u come to emirate

  3. I don’t see anything special about this Neves guy. Why can’t he help his own team first. Who is he going to bench if he is to go to the Emirates?

    1. Nevertheless, we still need to add to the middle but not Neves.
      Teikemans is better. Then, an extra striker or better, recall Fola from loan

  4. I had an eye on Neves just to see what all the speculation was about. He didn’t impress me much at all. I thought I’d see a warrior with a great eye for passing. Partey is leaps and bounds ahead of this guy.

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