The 27-year-old joined the Gunners eight years back and is prepared to proceed onward if Mikel Arteta doesn’t guarantee him all the more playing time
Emiliano Martinez says he is available to leaving the club this late spring and says there are at any rate 10 groups keen on marking him.
The Argentine Goalkeeper joined Gunners in 2012, however has since been conveyed on credit multiple times and has shown up for the primary group.
Included multiple times for the north London outfit this season, having been approached to play in the Europa League before he was drafted in to supplant Bernd Leno in Premier League matches when the first goalkeeper was sidelined with a physical issue in June.Embed from Getty Images
Martinez still has two years left on his agreement, however he would consider leaving if Mikel Arteta won’t guarantee all the more playing time next season.
“I want to stay at Arsenal, but only if I get more minutes. Because on a personal level I am at an age where to build confidence I need to be playing as many minutes as possible,” Martinez told Marca.
“I am in the crosshairs of 10 teams in Europe, but I can’t say who those clubs are because there’s nothing concrete.Embed from Getty Images
“I still do not have a clear situation with Arsenal, when I have it when I return I will make the best decision for my career.”
Martinez spent the 2017-18 battle on credit at Getafe however showed up.
In spite of his disillusioning year in the Spanish first class, it would be his best option goal if he somehow managed to leave England.
“I really liked La Liga. It’s true that I didn’t have a good experience at Getafe, because I didn’t play as many games as I wanted.Embed from Getty Images
“But Spain is a great league, I love the country. If I go back I will play more minutes than I did at Getafe, and I would do it in the best way.
“If it is not England, I would like to go to Spain.”
The goalkeeper went on to rain praises on the new manager who has has managed to help them secure the FA Cup trophy after thrashing Chelsea in the final.
“Arteta is a great coach, he changed the structure at Arsenal, he gave us a game plan,” he added.
“He is one of the best modern coaches today. In six months he has won a title, the FA Cup no less, one of the best cups in England and one of the oldest in history.Embed from Getty Images
“He’s very smart, in my opinion, he’s going to be one of the best coaches in the world. I have no doubt that he can lead the Spanish national team.
“Pep Guardiola said that everyone at Manchester City had learned from Arteta.
“In training we see that he has a clear idea of the game, he surprises us day by day.”
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