Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli good composure that resulting to assists and goals, show the attackers duo have a bright future at the club.
Saka, who made breakthrough into first-team at age of 17, established himself as a one of the best Gunners player with a lot of contribution especially in term of goals and assists.
The versatile attacker made his debut for Gunners back in January 2019 when Unai Emery was in charge of the club and his standouts performances throughout the campaign handed him Jersey No. 7 and reward him with a new long-term deal – raise his current deal worth around £3,000 per week to £30,000 per week following season.
Saka ended last campaign with 39 appearances, scoring four goals and contributed 11 assists in which form good composure with Brazilian starlet Gabriel Martinelli, who joined the London club from Ituano.
The highly-rated forward made an instant impact last season thanks to his energetic; intelligent play, and handsomely in which scored 10 goals and contributed four assists across all competitions.
Martinelli and Saka form a good combination that show they have bright future at the club, but serious injury last June affecting the Brazilian development while Saka taking his fabulous form into this campaign, helping Mikel Arteta’s team in several occasions.
The Englishman, who graduated to Arsenal’s senior squad in 2018, showed flair, ability, and world-class in several occasions and he already scored seven goals with seven assists across all competitions this season.
Martinelli, on the other hand, starting get back on his feet after suffered a serious injury last June. The highly-rated forward, who made returned to action for the Gunners in December, has been restricted to mostly cameo appearances off the bench.
After the teenager forward made substitute appearances in each of the last three games, Mikel Arteta finally handed him starting lineup against Sheffield United and he using the opportunities to show still a bright future at the club.
Martinelli was one of best players in Gunners shirt on Sunday evening – relentless in his hustle, constantly working on and off the ball. A true workhorse, the highly-rated forward makes dashing runs that occupy defenders, crafting opportunities for other Arsenal player to create and ended up with a goal.