Reports had flown in of Saka being on Arsenal’s sell list
After being royally schooled and outshone in every department of the game by Liverpool, it looked certain that things couldn’t get worse for Arsenal.
In what was deemed to be one of the worst showings from the side since Mikel Arteta has been in charge of the club, Arsenal failed to show any kind of a fight on the day. They were timid, meek and feeble, finally collapsing after Diogo Jota netted for Liverpool.
Arsenal subsequently went onto ship in two more goals to be torn apart 3-0, a scoreline which did their showing favours. And to make matters worse, reports were rife about Arsenal wanting to sell Bukayo Saka to lift funds for transfers come the summer.
Arsenal To Keep Saka
However, Fabrizio Romana was quick to dispel any such rumours. Replying to an Arsenal supporter on Twitter, Romana was quick to affirm that Saka was a part of Arsenal’s future plans.
”The board is in love with Saka!,” Romano wrote in reply to a question about Saka’s future.
the board is in love with Saka! 👊🏻😉
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 4, 2021
Saka who is currently out with an injury has been exceptional for Arsenal across the last couple of years. The starlet is touted as one of the brightest talents in England at the moment with his versatile ability seeing him play in manifold positions for Arsenal.
Kane To Stay At Tottenham
Romano also talked about Harry Kane and spoke about the striker’s likelihood to stay at Tottenham.
“It’s so complicated to sign a player from Tottenham for an English club, because at the moment with Barcelona and Real Madrid there is nothing advanced or serious, so that’s why it’s better with Harry Kane at the moment.”
“There is nothing advanced and Tottenham will fight to keep the player and let’s see what happens in the coming months because at the moment there is still nothing, but for his contract if he’s going to stay this summer, I’m convinced that Tottenham will prepare something to start negotiation with Harry Kane on a potential new contract.”