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Last updated: 07.12.18 21:40
Club Brugge's Wesley striker "has the level he needs to play for Arsenal," said current coach Ivan Leko.
Reports in the English press this week say the Gunners will face £ 15m before the January transfer with Valencia and Fiorentina for the Brazilian penny. and his manager was asked for up-to-date reports on the 22-year-old's future. Quoted in the Belgian newspaper La Derniere Heure, Leko said, "I'm sure Wesley has the level to play at Arsenal." He can be proud of what he has done in the last six months; He works hard and reaps the rewards, but to play in the Premier League you have to work harder every day. "If I'm worried about the rest of the season, there are clever people in the club who are preparing and anticipating the future." What will happen to (Emmanuel) Dennis, Wesley or (Hans) Vanaken in the next transfer window is mine not important yet. "Arsenal will be releasing two of his first-timers in Aaron Ramsey this summer, Danny Welbeck, looking for potential spare parts.