Arsenal manager Unai Emery has revealed why debutant Bukayo Saka will come good at the club, this is according to reports.
Saka was handed his debut in the Gunners Europa League club clash against Qarabag and the 17-year-old was very impressive.
Arsenal ended the group stage as table toppers thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazette, who was found by Mesut Ozil. However, the most talked about player was Saka, who was a torn in the flesh of Qarabag defenders.
The player has been a regular for the B team of Arsenal and on his debut yesterday, he looked jittery at the start of the game. He eventually grew into the game and Emery has lavished so much plaudits on the star, revealing two reasons he is a top-notch player.
‘Every young player, we have the responsibility to give them chances, first to train with us and to be demanding with their performances,’ said the Arsenal manager who has now presided over a 22-game unbeaten run in all competitions. ‘
“We give them these chances in the games like today, when we can do that. They show us in every match positive things.
‘Today Saka also played with a good performance, with a very big personality and we were speaking at half-time. His personality is very important for us to continue trying to go 1v1 and break lines with his quality.
‘He played with a very big personality and sometimes with a very good performance. It’s very important for his confidence and for us also, because we can look at this player and see quality to help us.
‘Two weeks ago we played in Kiev and it was the same with Emile and Willock, who scored there. Nketiah played today also and gave a good performance. We need one process with them, but in this process, they also need to show us their [development].’