Manchester United fans complain about Jones: If I were him, I would consider retiring tomorrow
Asked if Liverpool were aiming to break Arsenal's unbeaten record of 49 games, Henderson said: "No. I really don't mind if that record is broken, I care about whether we can play the next game well. Play the game, take on the next challenge and see where the team can go in May."
For more information on "Henderson: We Can Still Improve Don't Care If We Can Break the Gunners' Unbeaten Record", please continue to pay attention to the technology information column, and the editor will continue to update you with more technology information.Arsenal striker Nketiah was loaned to Leeds United in the Championship this season, but he is not the main force of the team. This week, Leeds United manager Bielsa announced that Arsenal will end the loan early and recall Nketiah, while Arsenal boss Arteta also talked about Nketiah.
Arteta said: "We have to sit down with the loan department and we will do that this afternoon, discussing the best way to continue his development. I think the environment he is in has improved his form 100%, he has A few games, not as many as we expected, but he's a kid with a lot of potential. We have to make a decision for the club, not for the next four months, but for his entire career. What's best? Do? We have to sit down with him and have his own opinion - it's important because we need to understand his wishes and make the right decisions for the next five months."Nketiah has scored 5 goals in 19 appearances for Leeds this season. Arteta revealed that Nketiah may be loaned to other teams next. "Again, I have to talk to him. My first thought is that he will be out on loan for the rest of the season and we will now have to assess the situation again. I don't know yet, but soon I will have an answer."
For more information on "Arteta: Will Talk to Nketiah, He May Rent Again", please continue to pay attention to the technology information column, the editor will continue to update you with more technology information.According to Sky Sports in Germany, Arsenal and Bayern have launched preliminary talks on the transfer of Boateng.
The 31-year-old Boateng has only played 15 games for Bayern so far this season, with nine appearances in the Bundesliga.For more information on "The German Gunners Start Preliminary Negotiations on Boateng, Bayern Asks 15 Million Euros", please continue to pay attention to the scientific and technological information column, and the editor will continue to update you with more scientific and technological information.