The former midfielder believes that the Ivory Coast international will be a valuable addition to Mikel Arteta
According to Emmanuel Pettit, Wilfred Zaha is “just the kind of player Arsenal needs” and he has urged the Gunners to snap up the Crystal Palace winger who wants to leave this summer.
Zaha has attracted the attention of many clubs after another impressive individual sport at Selhurst Park Including Everton and Tottenham, with the goal According to reports, when the transfer window reopened, the 28-year-old was worth approximately £40 million (US$57 million).
Pettit wants to see Arsenal raided and steal Zaha’s signature from their Premier League opponents, and believes that the Ivorian has the ability to add a new dimension to Mikel Arteta’s team.
What did you say?
“In recent years, Wilfried Zaha has been repeatedly associated with Arsenal,” the former gunner told the field. Paddy power.
“Arsenal used to play with wingers and players who can make a difference on the wing. They will take responsibility and show their desire and desire to win-this is the Arsenal I know!
“When I played for Arsenal in the late 90s, we had Marc Ovimars, Sylvain Wiltord and Robert Pires-these players looked very exciting. Zaha was a Unpredictable player, you don’t know what he will do with the ball.”
“He has a strong character, and sometimes he needs to control his emotions, but he is exactly the kind of player Arsenal needs. He will excite the fans and inspire his teammates.”
“For many years, Arsenal have not had a player who can dribble or change the ball. With Zaha, they will have someone who can take responsibility and who is not afraid of defense.
Zaha seeks the palace exit
Arsenal intends to sign Zaha in the summer of 2019, but eventually signed Nicolas Pepe from Lille at a club-record cost. After that, the fickle attacker had to wait for the opportunity and wait for another opportunity to join the team. Big club.
Zaha had an unfortunate time at Manchester United between 2013 and 2015. His contract at the Palace is still two years away, but he has reportedly notified club officials that he wants to leave.
The Côte d’Ivoire international welcomes the opportunity to stand up Reach a higher level in an interview face Last month, as he said: “I think I can play again in the top team because my dream is to win.
“I am good enough to go out and compete with the best people. If the opportunity comes, I will not refuse because I think it is what I deserve. This way I can show my children:’This is Dad Will not.”