National team coach Domenico Tedesco can count on a number of players in good form for Sunday’s final European Championship qualifier against Azerbaijan. And also Leandro Trossard. But the striker may have a strong competitor in his club Arsenal.
After showing great things at Brighton for several seasons, former KRC captain Genk achieved his dream move at the start of this calendar year. However, he was not Arsenal’s first choice. But after losing Mykhailo Modric (Chelsea), among others, the Gunners decided to pay the Belgian. This turned out to be an excellent move.
In his first months at the big London club, Trossard made an impressive impression. For example, he was good for providing 10 assists in 20 league matches, which helped Arsenal get a Champions League ticket. Talk about successful winter transfers.
Praise from Arteta
However, he had to settle for the posh role of the Joker at the beginning of this season. On top of that, he had to deal with injury problems. However, in recent matches he fully recovered. Due to an injury to striker Gabriel Jesus, the 28-year-old Limberger is currently thriving in the ‘false number 9’ role.
For example, just before the international break, he scored an important goal in a Champions League match against Sevilla, and a few days later he scored a goal and an assist against Burnley in the competition. He also received a lot of praise from coach Mikel Arteta for those performances. However, his future does not look entirely rosy.
When all the strikers, especially Jesus, become available again, it is doubtful that Trossard will be able to keep his starting place. And the competition threatens to get even greater. according to woman After all, Arsenal have set their sights on Borussia Dortmund’s Julian Brandt.
De Germain usually plays as a playmaker in midfield, but can also play on the wings and as a ‘false 9’. So similar profile to Trossard. If Brandt’s transfer is completed, the Belgian will have to fight harder than ever for his place.
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