Carragher reveals two men who have helped Arsenal turn into a winning machine

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes William Saliba and Gabriel Jesus are the key to Arsenal’s return to form.

The Gunners are now the top club in England after a few seasons of mediocrity.

Mikel Arteta has turned them into title challengers this term after agonisingly missing out on the top four last season.

In the last transfer window, the club did some fine pieces of business, and most of their signings have clicked into gear.

They are driving the team towards an unexpected title challenge, and we can praise some players for the upturn in form.

One of them is Saliba, who only started playing for Arsenal this term, despite joining in 2019.

Jesus joined in the summer, and he has been a key player for the club.

Carragher says via The Daily Mail:

‘I take nothing away from Arsenal, I’ve been so impressed with them at the start of the season – the pace they play at, the football they play.

‘And the two signings…well not signings but Saliba and Jesus have come in and completely taken this team to another level.’

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Jesus and Saliba have been key players for Arsenal this season, and there is a reason their contributions have been key to our success.

The team has recruited well with them, but the other players have supported them too, and they must stay in top form for us to maintain our current status as the top club.

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  1. Ramsdale
    All 25 or under future is bright…

  2. I was wrong MA has made Arsenal a very attractive destination again for players!I know some will say we always were but I disagree, not for top players.speaking of top players ,if MA meant it when he said that we would only sign players who would improve us,I can’t wait!!

  3. I really do not want to see Top Top players at Arsenal.

    These players are often Prima Donas.

    I would much rather see us recruit more of the younger second tier players who still have something to prove.

    An example might be Leicester’s Maddison. I know there is a knock on his life outside football, but I think Arteta might be a calming influence on him!!!!

    That my thoughts…..

    1. It’s an interesting thought and I do accept that the best players don’t necessarily make the most successful team
      Looking at the two Manchester teams, one has found a way to harness the extraordinary talent at their disposal and the other hasn’t since Fergie left
      It’s about getting the right mix in the squad, a manager that can manage and an owner that has the foresight to know when to intervene

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