Declan Rice uses one word to describe his Arsenal teammate

Bukayo Saka has cemented his status as one of England’s premier players, representing both Arsenal and the national team with distinction. His consistently strong performances have earned him a prominent role in both squads.

Saka has the privilege of sharing the pitch with several teammates at both the club and international level. Most notably, Declan Rice recently joined him at Arsenal, becoming a new addition to the team.

Saka has revealed that he made an effort to convince Rice to choose Arsenal during the summer transfer window when the Gunners were pursuing the talented midfielder. Rice has since settled in well at the club and is currently on international duty with the England national team, where he can continue to develop his game alongside Saka.

Rice has been busy with some social media duties for the England TikTok account and when asked to describe Saka, he said in one of the videos:


Just Arsenal Opinion

Saka and Rice respect each other a lot and usually only have good things to say about the other.

This is the exact type of spirit we expect in our camp and it will help our players to develop a rapport on and off the pitch.

Saka and Rice are players we expect to do well in this campaign and their performance will go a long way to determine how well we will do as a team as well.

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  1. Yes Saka and Rice baby respect each other a lot and they are as happy as a lark.

    Not sure I can say the same about Havertz, hope he stays away from the social sites especially Just Arsenal.

    1. Perhaps we would get a real idea on what he thinks about his Arsenal career to date though Gunsmoke?
      Straight from the horse’s mouth as they say and not just opinions – but I don’t believe it will happen.
      Respect has to be earned of course.

      1. It would be interesting indeed to hear Havertz take so far, coming straight from the horses mouth.
        Don’t think he could actually fault the gaffer for not trying everything at his disposal in returning him to life.
        Am thinking he maybe thinking he just needs that one game , where he suddenly comes to life and actually score a goal to jump start his form.

        Am thinking and hoping his mentality is not of such, where he finds his whole fitting in at Arsenal to be a rude awakening.

        His integration in my opinion has been a work in progress, lots of diverse strategies has suggested to bring out the best in him.
        My suggestion is to bench Havertz temporarily, which would allow him to observe teammates, learning the system intricacies, movements, and possessions play.

  2. Starboy indeed. I would love to see more of his fellow hale end mates in ESR and Nelson, they must be feeling down a bit given they’ve been able to show what they’re capable of whenever given a chance, they even affect games better than Nketiah when subbed on. i’m desperatelly rooting for those two, hopefully they lead our success in the cups and occassional prem or CL appearances.

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