Potential Serie A winner looking at impressive Arsenal loanee

AC Milan is targeting a move for William Saliba after his fine spell on loan at Olympique Marseille in this campaign.

The defender has been on Arsenal’s books since 2019, but he is yet to play for the Gunners.

Following his successful loan spell at OM in this campaign, we expect him to be a key player for Arsenal when he returns in the summer.

However, his future remains uncertain and Mikel Arteta has to decide if he is now satisfied with his level of performance to add him to his group.

Regardless of Arsenal’s final decision, he would not have a shortage of suitors.

Fichajes.net claims Milan has made him an important target and they will push to add him to their squad.

The Italians have been investing in young players and they consider Saliba good enough for their team.

Just Arsenal Opinion

At 21, Saliba still has his whole career in front of him and we cannot lose him without offering him a chance.

What we should think about now is offering him a new deal to protect his value before keeping him in the team next season.

If he fails to impress, we can offload him at the end of that campaign. But it makes little sense to sell him now considering his performances in this campaign.

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  1. Makes no sense to sell him, in my opinion. Can step in for Holding, and likely compete with White and Gabriel to start. I’m probably among the few who is not convinced on White as CB. He gets saved by his pace when he is caught out, and too often is ball watching during crucial moments.

    Not his fault on his 50 million price tag, but Brighton definitely mugged us on that one.

  2. He is ready, better than holding & a France International now. Too bad Matteo wasn’t coming back with him as he has the grit we miss in the middle of the park & is still young.

    Saliba comes straight into the fold in my opinion and can show in training how good he actually is.

    Saliba & Gabriel could be a rock solid combination at the back for years to come. White wasn’t worth the £50m but he’s here & he will be the one to miss out

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