Arsenal told Edus, 25, that he is about to sign, making the next move in his career

Arsenal told Edus, 25, that he is about to sign, making the next move in his career ...

As he told ESPN, Oleksandr Zinchenko is set to join Manchester City to play a significant role in the Mikel Artetas team.

Rodri, a midfielder for Manchester City, has stated that he will miss his teammates ahead of his transfer to Arsenal, with Moreno confirming that the player is making the next step in his career.

Zinchenko is yet to have the best seasons of his footballing career, but at the Etihad, he would have continued to be a squad player.

During his time at Manchester, Pep Guardiola has played that role.

Arsenal has yet to confirm the signing of Zinchenko, but it appears as though the transfer is a matter of time, as ESPN pundit Moreno explains why he has chosen to join them.

Moreno believes Zinchenko's move is a good move. It might be time in his career to take the next step, not to a better team, because we know Manchester City is superior to Arsenal.

To have a more prominent role, a player must make a decision at this time. Do I play the secondary role at Manchester City? Or do I play a prominent role in a young and aspiring team?

Zinchenko is probably implying that Manchester City has been fantastic. I have had a fantastic experience. But in order for me to excel as a player, I must be in a prominent position and take responsibility.

I think it would be good for Zinchenko and Arsenal to make the move. As to where plays, please explain. He does give you that variety. I dont think by choice he would want to play left-back. He is a guy who wants to get on the ball and is willing to do so in advanced positions.

ARSENAL STILL HAVE THE PULL

Three players have managed to lure to their shores who used to play Champions League football but now are playing in the Europa League by joining them.

Gabriel Jesus is the standout because he was the one who was more needed, and he will likely play the most vital of roles in north London.

Arsenal is in desperate need of goals, and the likes of Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka each score a decent amount considering their positions and roles.

But a regular scorer is required, and that's where someone like Jesus comes in; because if he can score 15+ Premier League goals next term, his side will be in the driving seat to secure Champions League football.

Arteta may go down on two paths next season, one being finishing in the top-four or winning the Europa League outright, both ways.

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