Arteta Provides Update on Gabriel, Saka, and Martinelli’s Availability for Manchester City Clash

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Mikel Arteta, the manager of our team, recently spoke to the media ahead of our highly anticipated match against Manchester City. After a three-week break without a game, the Premier League is finally back, and we are set to face our title rivals at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

During the press conference, Arteta was asked about the availability of Gabriel, Saka, and Martinelli for the upcoming match. In response, he mentioned that there is a chance for them to feature in the game. However, he also mentioned that they haven’t trained yet. He further explained that there is another training session scheduled for tomorrow, where their availability will be assessed.

This means that there is a possibility that Gabriel, Saka, and Martinelli could be available for the match against Manchester City. However, it will depend on their fitness levels and how they perform in the upcoming training session. Arteta and the coaching staff will closely monitor their progress and make a decision accordingly.

It will certainly be a boost for our team if these players are able to feature in the game. Gabriel has been a key player in our defense, while Saka and Martinelli have provided attacking flair and creativity on the field. Their presence would add depth and quality to our squad, giving us more options and flexibility in our gameplay.

As fans, we eagerly await the final decision on their availability. Regardless of whether they play or not, we have full faith in the team’s ability to perform at their best and give a tough competition to Manchester City. With Arteta’s guidance and the determination of our players, we are confident of putting up a strong fight in this crucial match.

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