Martinelli is crushed by a £96,000-a-week Arsenal man who is set to win “many titles”.

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Gabriel Martinelli that Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta will win ‘many titles’ during his managerial career.

Under the Spaniard, Arsenal are looking good to return to the Champions League this season after six years without elite European competition.

The Gunners are fourth in the Premier League standings and three points clear of fifth-placed Tottenham, who have played a game more.

In other words, the cushion is potentially seven points, putting Arteta’s side firmly in the driver’s seat with 10 Premier League games left.

Martinelli has blossomed into a superb player for the north Londoners under Arteta after showing too much promise during Unai Emery’s tenure at the Emirates Stadium following his move 6 million pounds in 2019.

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And the 20-year-old Brazilian sensation is sure his boss will be one of the managers who go on to win the biggest prizes.

He said The Daily Mail: “He was there to support me when I was injured. He’s already a great coach who reflects on what modern football is like and gives us great advice. He is also a nice person who always treats people well. I believe Arteta will be one of those lifelong coaches with many titles and their place in football history.”

Speculation has mounted in recent weeks that Arsenal will extend the Spaniard’s contract in north London.

Arteta, who earns around £96,000 a week, is facing a pay rise – and definitely if he takes the Gunners back to the Champions League, which, as mentioned, he absolutely should.

Speculation has mounted in recent weeks that Arsenal will extend the Spaniard’s contract in north London [Marca].

Arteta, who earns around £96,000 a week, is facing a pay rise – and definitely if he takes the Gunners back to the Champions League, which, as mentioned, he absolutely should.

From that point, finishing fifth or lower would mean failure for an Arsenal side that spent more than anyone in Europe in the summer of 2021.

And with Arteta’s troops not having any European games as a distraction this season, that combined with their spending means fourth place is a minimum – especially given that advantage.

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