'Has to start': Arsenal fans think Gabriel Martinelli in line for Everton call
Arsenal take on Everton this evening and some Gunners fans believe that young forward, Gabriel Martinelli, simply has to start at Goodison Park.
Martinelli played a key role for the Gunners as they lost 3-2 at Old Trafford in midweek. He showed good energy and was on hand to play the pass that led to Martin Odegaard scoring. However, he has often been deployed wide, with the likes of Aubameyang and Lacazette preferred through the middle.
However, Arteta took Aubameyang off at the weekend and there are signs that the Arsenal boss is becoming a bit fed up of the Gabon striker’s poor form. Indeed, it’s now five games without a goal for Aubameyang, along with some pretty anonymous performances overall.
Ahead of tonight’s game with Everton, the Arsenal Twitter account shared a picture of Martinelli. And sure enough, that sent the Gunners fans into a frenzy, with some believing it’s a hint he’s starting at Goodison.
Here, then, is what some Arsenal fans had to say about Gabriel Martinelli, ahead of Everton this evening.
HAS TO START!!!
— Joakim🇩🇰 (@GunnersFAN_DK) December 5, 2021
He should start a head of Auba.
— markpaul mmeli (@PmmeliMmeli) December 5, 2021
Start him over Auba and we will have no problems!!
— SpinThisTweet (@SpinThisTweet) December 5, 2021
He must start !!! Please bench Auba. Thank you.
— Moze Mangeni (@MangeniMoze) December 5, 2021
If this is supposed to mean that he will start tomorrow, then thank you for it.
— Farmie Kiyosaki (@FarmieK) December 5, 2021
If you don’t start this guy as CF, then you’re also part of the problem. Lol
— Gooner Bells (@Aladin45922836) December 6, 2021
Bagging a brace tomorrow my sources have told me
— Weezy™ (@B4NKAl) December 5, 2021
You may also like…
- Report: Arsenal want ‘unbelievable’ £10m youngster after display
- £30m man withdrawn at half-time this weekend as Arsenal links intensify
- Report: Arsenal in battle with Tottenham and Tuchel to sign ‘extraordinary’ star
- Report: Arsenal hit further trouble in pursuit of Vlahovic as player makes feelings known