£75,000-a-week Arsenal player makes an about-face about his future

Arsenal right-back Cedric Soares is very happy at the Emirates Stadium, according to Goal journalist Charles Watts Youtube channel.

The well-known and respected journalist has reported that people close to Cedric have told him he loves it at Arsenal and is very happy at the Gunners.

Watts said as transcribed from The boot room: “It kind of depends on him. He has a good contract. Will he decide he wants to play more regularly? I mean, people I know who are close to Cedric say he loves it at Arsenal and is very, very happy.

“There have been chances for him to leave before and he has decided to stay. He’s behind Tomiyasu at the moment and is playing well. And it’s really a question of whether he wants to go or not.”

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This appears to be a turnaround from Cedric in a matter of weeks.

Football London reported on February 7 that the £75,000 defender (Spotrac) is open to leaving Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

The 30-year-old Portuguese right-back is behind Japanese right-back Takehiro Tomiyasu in the pecking order.

However, Watts’ report reveals that Cedric is happy in his role at Arsenal.

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Cedric Soares is set to stay at Arsenal

In our opinion, Cedric should stay at Arsenal if he’s happy.

If the former Southampton right-back doesn’t mind playing second fiddle to Tomiyasu then we don’t think there’s much point for him to move elsewhere.

Arsenal are a big club and a global brand that could finish in the top four of the Premier League table this season.

The Gunners will need Cedric next season if they play in the Champions League.

In other news: ‘Doing him a disfavour’: Int’l boss sends £26.5m Tottenham target rally yell

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/03/27/arsenal-cedric-soares-future/ £75,000-a-week Arsenal player makes an about-face about his future

Brian Ashcraft

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