Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

    Zinchenko: Transfer to Arsenal was my dream, it comes true – The Ukrainian player, transferred by Arsenal from Manchester City, said that playing for the London team was one of his childhood dreams.

    Ukrainian football player Oleksandr Zinchenko, who was not included in the new season plans of manager Pep Guardiola in Manchester City, the champion of the last two seasons in the Premier League, and transferred to Arsenal, said that he realized his childhood dream. Stating that he grew up watching Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas, Zinchenko stated that he wanted to have significant success with Arsenal.

    Zinchenko: "Transfer to Arsenal was my dream, it comes true"

    What was said?

    “I enjoyed watching Arsenal games when Henry and Fabregas were playing here. Being here was one of my childhood dreams. Watching them I started to love this club and now I’m here. It’s exciting to play for Arsenal. It’s honestly like a dream come true for me.

    “I couldn’t have imagined that when I was a kid but now I’m here and I’m so happy. One of the main reasons I’m here is, of course, Mikel Arteta. From the first day he came to City I knew he would be a good manager for him. It was a real pleasure watching Arsenal’s last season. I bought it and I love Arteta’s perspective on football.

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    “Gabriel Jesus joined Arsenal before I did and has said great things about the team. That’s why I’m excited to be here.”

    Zinchenko, who played 28 games in all lanes with Manchester City last season, was transferred to the English team in 2016 from the Ukrainian team FC Ufa for 2 million euros. Arsenal paid a transfer fee of 35 million euros for the 25-year-old player, who also played for PSV on loan for a period, while Zinchenko was the second most expensive transfer made by the London team this season.

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