ARSENAL’s ace Bukayo Saka has admitted that he ‘dreams’ of playing in the Champions League.
The Gunners star, 20, is yet to taste any game at Europe’s top level, with his side playing only in the Europa League since he was introduced to the first team in 2018.
I said Sports sky: “I think the Champions League makes for a lot of special nights and it’s a dream for me to experience one of them and hopefully more.”
“Football is a team sport and as long as everyone is doing well, I think it will make things easier.
“I’d say we’re in good form and that’s really helped me – the team is very flexible, we’re building a lot of chemistry.”
Despite his positivity over the Gunners’ future, Saka has just two years left on his £35k-a-week contract at the Emirates.
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And Arsenal really want tie down Saka to North London for the long term future.
Arteta said this week: “We’ll be talking with the player, then with his family and agent so everyone is on board.
“Obviously our wish is to keep Bukayo for as long as possible because we are really pleased with him.
“He’s part of our DNA who is always evolving and maturing.
“His importance to the team is unquestionable and we want to keep our best talents at the club, that’s for sure.”
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