David Luiz Lauds ‘exciting’ Arsenal starlet

Arsenal’s transfer deadline day addition David Luiz has nothing but glowing praise for ‘exciting’ starlet Gabriel Martinelli, who’s held in high esteem by all at London Colney.

A fellow Brazilian compatriot of Luiz’s, Martinelli arrived in north-London from Ituano Futebol Clube with a promising reputation.

At just 18-years-old, the budding winger came on against Newcastle United in the 84th minute and now, with Luiz’s blessing, he’s set for a glittering career with the Gunners after exhibiting his flourishing skill set at St. James’ Park.

Lauding Martinelli’s quality, Luiz avidly revealed to the club’s official website that the sky’s the limit for the teenager, and also that he’s willing to help his progression as an impressionable talent.

“He is a young player, he’s talented and everyone speaks very well about him, everyone is excited because they know he has the potential to become a fantastic player soon and in the future.” He said.

“It will be good to work with him, try to help him and also give him a bit of my experience in football around the world. I hope we both can do big things here.”

Martinelli’s is capable of fulfilling his potential under Unai Emery’s supervision, as the Spaniard’s inclined to hand youngsters a fair chance to express themselves on a regular basis.

Luiz, 32, is one of Arsenal’s more experienced heads, and whilst youth exuberance will refresh the club’s approach, versed expertise will undoubtedly pave the way for success and triumph this season.

Arsenal are heavy 1/3 favourites to beat Burnley on Saturday. The Gunners dominated Burnley 3-1, both home and away last season, and started this year off with a solid 1-0 away win at Newcastle. If you are looking for reputable site to bet on Premier League games, look for ones with the highest ratings here according to mytopsportsbooks.com they have top-five list, with all the unique promotions and deposit methods mentioned for each site. 

While Burnley recorded their own impressive 3-0 victory over Southampton to begin the season, there’s little reason to expect different results compared to last year, as the Clarets did not bring in difference-making transfers and are still well behind Arsenal in terms of on-field talent.

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