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‘Arteta cannot believe his luck’: Player Arsenal signed for £27m is now worth up to £200m

‘Arteta cannot believe his luck’: Player Arsenal signed for £27m is now worth up to £200m

William Saliba, who was signed by Arsenal for £27 million, is now valued up to £200 million, as stated by Kevin Campbell on Highbury Squad.

 Campbell urges Arsenal to secure a new contract for the French player. Saliba has faced a difficult time, with speculation that he may never have the opportunity to make his debut for the club.

Saliba was loaned to Marseille for the past season and this move helped him get closer to being included in Mikel Arteta’s plans for the future.

Campbell now thinks Saliba is worth up to £200m

At the start of the current season, Saliba finally got his opportunity to play for Arsenal and he did not disappoint the supporters who had high hopes for him. He quickly formed a strong partnership with Gabriel Magalhaes and is on his way to becoming one of the world’s top centre-backs. 

It is highly unlikely that Arsenal would consider selling him now, but even if they did, Campbell suggests that any interested team would have to make a world-record offer for a defender.

“He’s going to be an absolute stalwart for years to come,” he told Highbury Squad. “He’s in our building. And we will be crazy, absolutely crazy, to let him leave. So whenever he’s in your building, he’s under contract, you do the deal. And yeah, he’s not going to be on Saka money. But he deserves good money. He’s been out on loan.

“He’s only going to get better, like Saka, Odegaard, Ramsdale, you name them, they’re only going to get better. William Saliba is going to sign a new deal for Arsenal. That is for sure. Mikel Arteta cannot believe his luck. Think about it, he’s been on loan. He brings him in from Marseille and he’s got a £150-£200 million defender. Sign him, don’t mess around.”

It may feel like a distant memory now, but there was a time when Arsenal appeared to be in complete disarray, seemingly going nowhere under Mikel Arteta in his first management job.

 However, Arteta and Edu had a different vision for the team, laying the groundwork for their current challenge for the Premier League title. Arteta has the opportunity to make history by becoming the first manager to win the league in his first job. 

And Saliba, who had to wait a long time to make his debut for Arsenal, may well end up lifting the trophy in the same season.

‘Arteta cannot believe his luck’: Player Arsenal signed for £27m is now worth up to £200m

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