In the recently concluded transfer window, there was not a lot of activity as far as the Gunners were concerned, but one of the most noteworthy things to happen was the loan signing of Denis Suarez.
The midfielder was signed from Barcelona and made his debut against Manchester City in a match that Arsenal lost.
After the game, he took to social media to send a message to the Arsenal fans about the Man City game. This is what he had to say:
“Today I returned to Manchester to make my debut in the premierleague and I was eager and happy to start this great challenge. The score wasn’t good but this has just started. Let’s go for it, C’mon Gunners! ArsenalFC”
Here is the tweet:
Today I returned to Manchester to make my debut in the @premierleague and I was eager and happy to start this great challenge.. The score wasn't good but this has just started. Let's go for it, C'mon Gunners! #ArsenalFC pic.twitter.com/B5OF0i20JK
— Denis Suarez (@DenisSuarez6) February 3, 2019
It was a match that was always going to be difficult for anyone to make a debut in. If fans had their way, he should have made his debut against easier opposition but this is the way the footballing world works.
Though he was not able to impress during his cameo, he did show a few glimpses as to what made the club get him in the first place. As the season goes on, he will have more chances to showcase his talent and the fans will be waiting to see that.
Suarez is the kind of player who will fit in properly into the system that manager Unai Emery is trying to implement at the Emirates. And given the fact that the midfielder has already played under Emery, it does bode well for the future.
The deal that brought Suarez to London includes an option to buy him and if he does showcase his true potential, fans will be very happy to see him join the club on a permanent basis.
The main focus for the Gunners will be to get back into the Champions League and having a player like Suarez is only going to help in that regard.
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