The 31-year-old midfielder Jorginho has been linked to a move to Lazio this summer, but he has said he has no plans to leave and is looking forward to his first full season at Arsenal, where he intends to once more contend for the top prizes.
“To be honest, I was surprised but really happy by how welcome I was and how (Arsenal) treated me when I came in,” he admitted to the Evening Standard.
“Knowing more people made it so much easier for me to fit in with the team. As a result, I am extremely thrilled and it was really, really, really amazing.
To be completely honest, I’m thrilled to stay at Arsenal. To be quite honest, I have no idea who spread such rumors, but as of right now, nothing has occurred to me. I’m content where I am right now.
“That was painful (not getting the championship). Of course, nobody anticipated Arsenal to be where they were at the start of the season.
“At the start of the season, anyone would predict that you would finish second in the League. Everyone would immediately respond “Yes.” But once you are there and battling for it, it is a little uncomfortable and irritating.
“I believe there is much for us to learn about whatever we do, and there is a lesson here. Next year, I hope we can perform even better. Arsenal hasn’t participated in the Champions League in a time. Everybody is quite enthusiastic. Everybody is eager to play ball with the stars. There’s little doubt that this season will be exciting.
After criticizing Eni Aluko’s notion about Arsenal and Man City’s pursuit of Declan Rice, fans apologized.
The former England Lioness suggested yesterday on talkSPORT Breakfast that Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola might be collaborating to assist the Gunners sign the West Ham captain, which caused a significant response on social media.
But lo and behold, Man City withdrew from the Rice race this morning, indicating she was correct the entire time.
As soon as that happened, Aluko’s name started to trend on Twitter, with one supporter tweeting: “Humble apologies for doubting Eni Aluko. Cooking was going on.
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