Arsenal two-year plan at risk as Mikel Arteta mulls over Ruben Neves transfer


The Arsenal boss has created a culture of commitment and togetherness at the club, whereby victories are celebrated together and the responsibility that comes with defeats shouldered by the entire squad too. Bit by bit, he has eradicated any sign of toxicity from the squad — exiling Mesut Ozil, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Matteo Guendouzi since taking charge.

And while Neves is a fantastic footballer, such comments may point to an area of his character which may not align with the culture Arteta is breeding at the club. The last thing the 39-year-old wants is to spend £40million or more on a player who could pose a danger to the squad’s encouraging chemistry and harmony.

Clubs scout players extensively in the modern era to ensure they are a good fit for the club, not just on the pitch or in their formation, but in terms of social dynamics and in their . There is nothing to suggest Neves wouldn’t fit in, but his outspoken nature has already come to the surface once — and Arteta may be wary of moving forward if it means sacrificing everything he has built at the club since 2019.


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