He comes from Pur-to-Gal, he plays for Ar-Sen-al (except for the late Hiccup). ‘ Yesterday morning, Arsenal fans began to worry about another difficult opener for the Premier League season on Friday night, this time against Crystal Palace under their former captain Patrick Vera, but by evening he was still a legendary Frenchman. Old Terrace was preparing for the song.
Fabio Vieira, the top Porto midfielder, is heading to the Emirates Stadium when Arsenal quietly agreed an initial £ 30million deal with the Portuguese club.
The news came out somewhat out of the blue, a fresh old school transfer that emerged without the need to tell anyone that Rob Holding had followed Vera on Instagram, or that his partner Seen in the Ware section, looking for something new. Door mat
With the current minute-by-minute flight tracking frenzy in the current transfer frenzy, it was as close as you could get to Arsene Wenger’s smile the night before Mesut Ozil’s signing, or a stroll to Civil Campbell at the press conference. Richard Wright is thought to have been called in to announce the arrival.
For those unfamiliar with Vera, both the attributes of his name and the nature of Arsenal’s most obvious need would have pointed to a fighter, domineering midfielder, or at least an orchestrator who would have taken matters into his own hands. Fixes However, the 22-year-old is not such a player.
He has played an attacking midfield role primarily for Porto, either broadly or centrally, and occasionally even further. He is a creator who, despite starting just 15 matches, with six goals, has made the Portuguese league’s leading 14 assists in recent times, and following in his footsteps is a player of the year in the Euro 21 season. It was the tournament. Thiago Alcantara, Juan Mata and Andrea Pirlo.
Signing another technically skilled offensive player could seem like a gluttonous move by Michael Arteta, who has already had to drop one of his starting XI, Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe, every week, and There are other significant shortcomings. But the burden on them, and, more appropriately, on Bokayo Saka and Martin Odigard – the young players run to the ground in the final period – must be reduced before returning to Europe.
The fact that Arsenal’s worries at Center Forward last season were just scapegoats for a very real creative issue that has yet to be resolved: the return of the Gunners’ three poorest goals in the Premier League Since Centuries have come in the last three seasons.
This is a problem that appears to be the intent of Artita Fixing, with a return to the last years of his own Gunners career, when he was behind the rotating cast of Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshire, Aaron Ramsey, Alexis Sanchez and Holding played as a midfielder. Thomas Rosekey
The deal may even precede the imminent arrival of Gabriel Jesus, who seeks to surround Brazil with the arms of brilliant technologists.
It also presents the possibility of Gabriel Jesus’ imminent arrival, with Artita seeking to surround Brazil with a slew of brilliant technicians, a system he knows is appropriate for him, who paps at Manchester City. He was coached by Guardiola.
Portuguese football has in recent times provided a lucrative market for Premier League bidders, with major clubs from Robin Diaz, Bruno Fernandes and Luis Diaz all making major inroads.
Importantly, all three players landed in English football and hit the ground while running. If Artita’s first big signing in the summer could do just that, then on August 5 at Celhurst Park, every “Vera, Wow,” course could come with a new meaning.