The young center back spent this season on credit at his childhood club in the wake of getting paperwork done for the Gunners the previous summer.
There were trusts he would show up for St-Etienne in the following end of the week's French Cup final against PSG however a run in the middle of the two clubs has forestalled that.
Relations among Saliba and St-Etienne appear to be somewhat more agreeable, be that as it may, with the club presenting a goodbye message on the player on Twitter.
In the video, subtitled "William, your Green family wants you to enjoy all that life has to offer for the remainder of your profession", distinctive St-Etienne players - including previous Gunners protector Mathieu Debuchy - and training staff hold up four fingers out of appreciation for the 19-year-old's crew number.
They at that point send different good karma messages in French, wishing him well for his transition to the Gunners.
One individual from Le Verts' instructing staff commended the safeguard for instance for other youthful players and said he will consistently be welcome back at the club.
It comes after Saliba wrote a passionate goodbye message to St-Etienne a week ago.
He stated: "It is the ideal opportunity for me to bid farewell to you with extraordinary feeling and trouble, or more all to thank you, the Greens, for all these magnificent years that I spent from my landing in the instructional hub to the expert world.
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