William Saliba will look for a move out of Arsenal

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Arsenal loanee and Marseille player, William Saliba will reportedly look for a move away from the Emirates.

The 20-yrs-old defender is looking to take an exit from Premier League‘s Arsenal without making a senior debut for the club. The Gunners have loaned him three times to Saint-Etienne, Nice and Marseille. The player is currently flourishing under Jorge Sampaoli – the Marseille manager.

In terms of talent identification, he is absolutely the best CB prospect of his generation. However, he has not made an impact on Mikel Arteta to get a starting spot in his senior line-up.

Saliba is happy with Marseille and wants to leave Arsenal fully

The Frenchman is a crucial player for Sampaoli’s side and has sealed his spot in the starting lineup. With regular starts and playing time, Saliba seems content at the club.

He played a huge part in a goalless draw against Paris Siant-Germain on Monday. As is claimed, it is said to be the best game of his career so far. The 20-yrs-old played as a centre-back in the game and dominated the defence against Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. He was later honoured with the ‘Man of the Match’ award.

Saliba has played the full 90 minutes in nine Ligue 1 games already this term and would not be looking at the bench for quite a while now.

However, under Arteta, he has only made fleeting appearances for the club’s Under-23s so far. After the signing of Ben White from Brighton, Saliba’s promotion to the senior teams seems next to impossible.

The youngster feels underappreciated by the Gunners and is now actively pushing for a permanent move to the French club. Unfortunately, his contract with Arsenal does not expire until 2024.

Even though his present contract situation looks odd for him, Saliba now believes his future lies away from the Emirates, and Arsenal may now be forced to cash in on the France Under-21 international.

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