Arsenal: Alex Iwobi looking forward to working with Emery

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The young nugget of Arsenal, Alex Iwobi (22 years), spoke about the arrival of Unai Emery, on the bench of the London club in place of Arsene Wenger, left at the end of the season. The Nigerian has expressed his eagerness to evolve under the orders of the Basque technician.

Nigeria's only scorer in a friendly against England (2-1), Iwobi is actively preparing for his first World Cup under the colors of the Super Eagles. After two years on the bench at Paris Saint-Germain, Emery joined Arsenal and Iwobi, who played 39 games under Wenger this season, is eager to work with the Iberian technician.

"I was surprised by Arsène Wenger's decision"

"I was surprised by the decision of Arsène Wenger, who has been there for me since I joined the club and was very inspiring and influential in my career, but I am delighted to have our new season manager next (...) It has always been my childhood dream to play for Arsenal, I have been playing for Arsenal since the age of 6. The fact that I represent them now is like a dream come true, I'm always proud to wear the colors of Arsenal, and this can continue for a long time, "he told Goal.
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