Report: Mikel Arteta definitely doesn’t want a player earning £110,000 a week to leave Arsenal

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta does not want to sell Jorginho any time soon, according to a report.

Accordingly Football transfersArsenal manager Mikel Arteta has high regard for Jorginho and believes he will play a big role in the Gunners’ UEFA Champions League campaign.

Mikel Arteta wants Jorginho to stay at Arsenal

Arteta wants the former Chelsea midfielder to be part of the squad for the next phase of the team’s development.

The Arsenal boss doesn’t want the £110,000 a week (Spotrac) The Italian star will leave in the January transfer window or next summer.

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Football Transfers have claimed that Arsenal want to exercise the option to keep Jorginho at the club until 2025.

The 31-year-old moved from London to Premier League rivals Chelsea to Arsenal in January 2023 and is under contract until summer 2024, with an option for another year.

Jorginho could be important for Arsenal

In our opinion, Arsenal should keep Jorginho and not be in a hurry to offload him.

If the North London club manage to keep the Italian star beyond the end of the season then they should do so.

Yes, Jorginho is 31 now, but he is a very good player with a lot of experience.

While the former Chelsea star is unlikely to feature week in week out for Arsenal, he could be crucial for the north London club in big games, particularly in the UEFA Champions League.

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