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Bukayo Saka signs new Arsenal long-term deal

Bukayo Saka signs new Arsenal long-term deal, the Arsenal forward has committed to the club by entering into a new long-term deal.

After making his Europa League debut in 2018, the 18-year-old, who came through the academy of the club, has made a big impact during the current season.

Saka tweeted: “London is my home. Arsenal my team. I am so pleased to finally announce an extension of my contract.

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I love playing for this club and I look forward to seeing what the future holds.

The hard work goes on so I can carry on living my dream.

Saka has been a prominent performer for Arsenal this season, playing 33 times in all competitions.

Bukayo Saka signs new Arsenal long-term deal

Bukayo Saka signs new Arsenal long-term deal

Gunners manager Mikel Arteta spoke to the club website: “Bukayo is a young talented and smart player.

“He amazed me with his work ethic and ability to learn and adapt, his performances paid off.

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I’m excited to keep working with him to further develop him, and to help us achieve our goals.

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