“I am waiting for you.” Thomas Muller sends message to Kai Havertz and Arsenal

Bayern Munich attacker Thomas Muller has sent a message to Kai Havertz and Arsenal ahead of their Champions League quarterfinal match.

Both clubs were drawn together in the quarter final draw, with Bayern coming to the Emirates first before Arsenal travels to Bavaria for the return leg.

It is a tough draw for both sides and the previous history between these clubs at the knockout of the competition does not favour Arsenal.

However, the Gunners have been fantastic, and this game could be their chance to rewrite history and show that they have become a bigger club.

Speaking after the draw, Muller said, as quoted by the Daily Mail:

‘And it’s Arsenal, Kai Havertz my friend… I am waiting for you. 

‘No it’s a nice draw, two very good teams. Two very good stadiums, two very good cities. Yeah it will be tough but I am always positive. See you Gunners!’

Just Arsenal Opinion

It is not the easiest of draws but we should trust our players more after watching their performance against FC Porto.

Bayern is a tough team, but they are not unbeatable, and we can overcome them to reach the semi-final.

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  1. I think the inflection generally perceived from the headline is rather different from what Muller actually meant.

  2. School children in England knows whose name got to be the first on Arsenal team sheet.

    This is a mouth watering tie, the Big problem Bryan Munich will have is that Arsenal is a very young team, and youngsters have no fear.

    1. Maybe those kids will know but we DONT, as you chose not to say WHO.

      You have a phobia it seems, against using NAMES!


    2. Gunsmoke
      Relatively speaking they are young but there are a few older heads now so I don’t think we can call us out as a young squad anymore
      Added to that, Arteta has added winners – whether young, middling and senior. To me, it’s a pretty good balance

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