Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was not at all worried about signing Leandro Trosar, who had left Brighton without permission for a transfer.
On the 21st (Korean time), Arsenal announced the recruitment of Trosar through the club’s official website, saying, “We have signed a long-term contract with the Belgian national team Trosar. His uniform number is 19.”
A 28-year-old striker, Trossar joined Genk’s prestigious youth team in 2010 and started his professional career in 2012 by debuting in the first team.
After joining Brighton in 2019, he recorded 25 goals and 14 assists in 121 appearances over three and a half seasons. He made an impressive performance last season with 8 goals and 3 assists in 34 games, and this season as well, including a hat-trick against Liverpool, he scored 7 goals and 3 assists in 16 games in the first half alone, playing an active role as a key player. 카지노
However, Trossar left without permission to move to a bigger club. He had a feud with coach Roberto de Gervi, who excluded him from the starting lineup, and he did not even participate in team training when he returned to Belgium.
Seeing his lack of professionalism, some fans expressed concern that Trosar’s recruitment would harm the team atmosphere. However, Arteta did not question Trosar’s personality at all.
“I’m sure the club is signing the right people and the right players,” said Arteta, according to the UK’s Daily Mail.
“Personality is very important. If there is a player we want to sign, we ask everyone involved about him,” he said. “We needed a versatile player who could play a variety of positions up front. I know it well and I have enough experience. I think I can have an immediate impact on the team,” he said, claiming that he had already completed verification.