Arsenal scout La Liga ace as potential Douglas Luiz transfer opportunity emerges


The transfer window has barely closed but with the restart of the Champions League campaign on the horizon, there is still plenty of talk of who Mikel Arteta could sign in the summer

Douglas Luiz has been in great form for Aston Villa(Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Arsenal will have enjoyed their Monday following a comprehensive 6-0 win over West Ham at the weekend.

The Gunners swept aside the Irons at the London Stadium with goals from William Saliba, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel, Leandro Trossard and Declan Rice. As Bukayo Saka noted, it was a ‘statement’ victory as Mikel Arteta’s team ensured they firmly remain in the title race.




This week offers Arsenal a full period of preparation but the intensity of their schedule soon increases as their Champions League campaign returns. First up, a tricky trip to Turf Moor to take on Burnley awaits and then a European clash against Porto.

Mirror Football will follow that journey and have rounded up the latest Arsenal news below.

Declan Rice reveals Arsenal’s special talent

Declan Rice has labelled Ethan Nwaneri a ‘special, special talent’ after the 16-year-old featured in Arsenal’s win over West Ham.

The youngster drew the praise of his teammates after his cameo against the Hammers as the likes of Ben White, Saliba and Saka all showed their support after the teenager posted to Instagram.

Nwaneri last appeared in a Premier League match in September 2022, and is highly regarded by the north London side. So much so it turns out, that Arsenal’s substitutes were calling for his introduction.

Ethan Nwaneri of Arsenal FC during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Arsenal FC(Sebastian Frej/MB Media)

“There is something that you have to [have] in your team, and that is the trust of the teammates,” said Arteta following the game.



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