“I spoke with him already and he’s ready to start against Spurs tomorrow”- Mikel Arteta confirms Arsenal’s sensational £30M star will get a start tomorrow after huge commitment to training since his last match- Player Not Martinelli, Not Ramsdale and Not Odegard

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s stunning £30 million star, has confirmed that he will make his debut tomorrow following a significant commitment to training since his last encounter.

Arsenal’s £30 million player is now regarded the favorite to start against Tottenham tomorrow.

Arsenal travels to Tottenham tomorrow knowing that a win will be crucial for the rest of the season.

Both the Gunners and the Spurs have had strong starts to the season, and whomever wins will be setting a high standard for the rest of the season.

Of course, who will start out of Aaron Ramsdale and David Raya has dominated much of the pre-match buzz for Arsenal. According to The Evening Standard, one man appears to be ahead.

According to The Evening Standard, Mikel Arteta will have to choose between Ramsdale and Raya.

However, according to their source, Spanish goalkeeper Raya is expected to beat out his English rival.

Raya has started the last two games, one of which was in Europe. However, Mikel Arteta told the press that he had not yet decided who he would play against Tottenham.

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However, it appears like Raya will be the one to gain the go-ahead in the end, casting further doubt on Ramsdale’s destiny.

Raya, who is expected to join Arsenal for £30 million at the end of the season, appears to have already pleased Arteta sufficiently to earn his signature.

Rocky waters could be ahead

It doesn’t matter how many times Mikel Arteta appears in front of the media and makes excuses; Raya has been brought in to replace Ramsdale.

It’s unclear why he won’t just say it, but if this continues and Ramsdale isn’t included in the team, things will be difficult to manage.

Ramsdale had previously forced his way out of Sheffield United. And who’s to say he won’t do it again at Arsenal?

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