Arsenal manager is currently focus on rebuilding the Gunners squad ahead of their next season campaign, as he's keen on recruiting quality players and also nailing down some of his valuable assets.
The 38-years-old Spaniard who took over the Gunners job back in December, look set to fight for the top 4 position next season due to his impressive display recently despite sticking with his young guns.
The 19-years-old France international who joined the gunners side back in July 26, 2019 from Stain-Entienne, who been on loan at the French club but will now head back to his new club at the end of the season.
William Saliba play mainly as a center-back but he can also be use as a right-back in some occasions. He will definitely be allow to join the Gunners squad because Mikel Arteta has a place for him the squad ahead of next season campaign.
Meanwhile, the French Club has bid farewell to the promising 19-years-old defender, confirming the defender's departure for Arsenal as the coach opened the door to a potential return for the player.
The young center-half spent who signed for the north London club last season was allowed to spend this season at his boyhood club, as he's eager to have more experience.
However, there were hopes he would make one final appearance for the French side in next weekend's French Cup final against PSG but a falling out between the two clubs has prevented that.
The report stated that Les Verts claimed the north London club had been guilty of 'imposing absolutely unacceptable sports and financial conditions' but the Gunners hit back, claiming they had merely asked that the French side let Saliba follow a specially designed fitness programme following injury and the corona virus break.
Meanwhile, relations between the 19-years-old and St-Etienne seem a little more cordial, however, with the club posting a farewell message to the player on Twitter.
In the video, captioned "William, your Green family wishes you all the best for the rest of your career", different St-Etienne players - including former Gunners defender Mathieu Debuchy - and coaching staff hold up four fingers in honour of the 19-year-old's squad number.
They continue to send various good wishes message in French to the 19-years-old defender.
It all started when the young star pen a farewell message to the club as he's about to part ways with his close friends.
He wrote: "It is time for me to say goodbye to you with great emotion and sadness, and above all to thank you, the Greens, for all these wonderful years that I spent from my arrival at the training center to the professional world.
"I want to thank all the coaches that I have had, who have made me progress and grow as a player and as a man. I would also like to thank all the club staff who work for our well-being on a daily basis.
"And of course I thank from the bottom of my heart all the wonderful supporters who have always believed in me.
"Finally, I would like to thank all my teammates with whom I was able to learn and share wonderful moments. I’m going to miss this beautiful cauldron that I’m not about to forget. Saint-Etienne is my city and I will always have a Green Heart."
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