Mikel Arteta has called time on his playing career following the expiration of his Arsenal contract to work under Pep Guardiola as a coach at Manchester City. The 34-year-old has struggled with injuries in recent seasons and did not make a single Premier League start for Arsene Wenger’s men last term, coming off the bench
Tottenham and Manchester City are hoping to make Mikel Arteta part of their coaching staff from next season if the Arsenal man opts to retire from playing when his contract expires in the summer. The Mirror reports Arteta could be lured to the other side of north London due to his relationship with manager Mauricio
The 33-year-old has started his coaching badges and could be considered for a role with the Spaniard at the Etihad Stadium if he decides to retire this summer Pep Guardiola will consider having Mikel Arteta as part of his Manchester City backroom staff if the Arsenal midfielder retires this summer, according to The Daily Express.
The Gunners’ midfielder feels the Nigerian needs to fine-tune his talents to guarantee a career at the highest level Mikel Arteta has hailed the rise of Arsenal rookie Alex Iwobi but counseled he must focus on developing his talents in one position. The 19-year-old Nigeria has become a permanent fixture on the Gunners’ first-team making
Olivier Giroud gave the visitors the lead but the Baggies quickly hit back and survived a late scare when Santi Cazorla sent a late penalty over the crossbar Mikel Arteta’s own goal consigned Arsenal to a 2-1 defeat against West Brom that givesManchester City the chance to take sole ownership of top spot in the