William Saliba demanded he needed to get back to Marseille next season…

William Saliba demanded he needed to get back to Marseille next season as the Ligue 1 club got Champions League football.

On credit Arsenal players Saliba, and Matteo Guendouzi, assisted the French club with wrapping sprinters up to Paris Saint-Germain and in doing so book a spot in Europe’s top club contest.

Marseille beat Monaco to second with a 4-0 whipping of Strasbourg on the last day, while Monaco drew 2-2 with Lens.

Betting Tips 05 23 22 at 02.55 AM
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There were fabulous scenes after the last whistle and protector Saliba said he was quick to return.

After their determined win, he said: “I need to return and play the Champions League. I have never played in it and I need to find it here.”

Munititions stockpile look set to pass up Champions League football and need Tottenham to lose to Norwich on the last day.

Marseille will actually want to offer that to the safeguard next season, which could make a return all the really tempting.

Saliba’s status at Arsenal has been an inquisitive one after his £27million move back in 2019.

He is yet to make his senior presentation for the club, rather being sent back borrowed to Saint-Etienne and afterward Marseille.

Supervisor Mikel Arteta has apparently seemed uncertain on whether he can cut it at the Gunners, yet he has acquired rave surveys in Ligue 1.

Marseille are supposed to be quick to keep the 21-year-old, with both Saliba and Guendouzi potentially finishing extremely durable moves to the French club.

Guendouzi is without a doubt to remain with the club having a choice to purchase, and the midfielder has urged his comrade to go along with him in the south of France.

“I trust William stays here. He’s having an extraordinary season, he merits all that has happened to him,” Guendouzi said recently.

“He’s an extraordinary person outside, he’s had a ton of incredible games.”

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