One of the reasons for Arsenal Football Club's resurgence and revival has been down to the huge upturn in the form of one of their top players this season in perron of Bukayo Saka. The young star has been phenomenal for the Gunners this season and has been one of the major reasons that his side can now dream of a top 7 or 6 finish after initially suffering woefully at the bottom half of the pile earlier in the season.

Emile Smith Rowe has also been magnificent for the London club this season so far but as deserved, Saka has been the one who has received more praise and words of admonition. The young Englishman was pivotal in his side's first consecutive wins of the season over Chelsea and Brighton and Hove Albion before putting in another masterclass of a display at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion.


Ex-Arsenal and Manchester City right-back Bacary Sagna has reacted to the latest Arsenal win in the Premier League.The Gunners are on their way to a revival in the Premier League after a tough last few months in the league. They have now won their last two games in the Premier League after a run of seven games without a win left them in the mix of a relegation battle.

The two successive victories have lifted Arsenal to 13th spot on the Premier League log. The good run started with an unexpected victory over Chelsea in the London Derby. Arsenal beat Chelsea 3-1 at home with goals from the likes of Alexandre Lacazette, Granit Xhaka and Bukayo Saka, while the consolation goal for the Blues was scored by Tammy Abraham.


Frenchman Bacary Sagna enjoyed a good club career, which started at French team Auxerre in his teen years. The Ex-French international teamed up with Auxerre at the age of 15 and went on to make his debut as a professional at the club. He was at Auxerre when Arsene Wenger signed him in 2007 for a fee said to be around £7m. In the end, the transfer fee paid for him turned out to be a good one after the player spent seven successful years at the Emirates Stadium.

Bacary Sagna spent the biggest part of his career at Arsenal and till date, he's regarded as one of the best Arsenal right-backs of the Premier League era. He won the 2013/14 FA Cup title with the Gunners as the team ended a run of nine years without a trophy to by beating Hull City 3-2 in the final at the Wembley Stadium.


Contrary to widespread belief that Frenchman Bacary Sagna dumped Arsenal for the riches at Premier League rivals Manchester City, the defender left the Gunners because of a different reason. Sagna has managed to clear the air almost a decade later.

The ex-Auxerre right-back disclosed what led to his Arsenal exit during one of his recent interviews with popular media portal Goal. He told their Arsenal correspondent, Charles Watts that the sale of two key players played a major role in his eventual exit from North London. Arsenal sold two important players in Robin Van Persie and Alexandre Song in the summer of 2012. According to Sagna, he didn't recover from the decision to sell both Van Persie and Song in the same summer till he left the club for Manchester City on a free transfer two years later.

Bacary Sagna’s Observation on Arsenal’s Performance

The best right-back of the English Premier League Bacary Sagna has talked about the decision of leaving Arsenal 6 years after he executed the plan in 2014. He said that he was feeling insecure as the club was making a delay to talk to him about the extension of his contract. Being one of the best defenders of the English Premier League, Sagna performed most consistently during the 2013-14 session. As Sagna played for the club for 7 years, he appeared 284 times for Arsenal from 2007 to 2014.

Then he left the club in 2014 and joined Manchester City. There he played till 2017 and made 54 appearances for the club. The French Footballer also played for his country in two World Cup tournaments as well as UEFA European Championship. Arsenal decided to sell the Netherlands footballer Robin Van Persie as Manchester United wanted him. On the other hand, the selling of Alex Song to Barcelona also put a great impact on the decision of leaving the club by Sagna. According to Sagna, he was clueless about why the club let these two gems leave the club as they were playing very well

Rooney backs Manchester City to win against Real Madrid

Former England player Wayne Rooney believes that Manchester City will beat Real Madrid in the second leg of Champions League. City won the first leg for 2-1 and Real will be visiting in the second leg of the match. With the goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus,City was able to secure the lead. But things have varied now with Zinedine Zidane has led up Real to winning the La Liga titlefrom Barcelona and they are looking forward to securing the Champions League title too. They won ten successive matches to secure their 34th La Liga title.

Guardiola Heaps Praises On De Bruyne, Foden,And Garcia

Pep Guardiola in the post-match conference against Liverpool has said that Kevin De Bruyne is the best midfielder in the world. Manchester City thrashed Liverpool in their first match after becoming champions with the score of 4–0. De Bruyne was the one to open the scoring when Joe Gomez fouled Raheem Sterling which resulted in the penalty.

Darren Bent believes Pogba will be eager to prove himself after injury setback

Former Premier League star Darren Bent believes Paul Pogba will be eager to prove himself when he returns to action later this month. The France international has missed most of the current campaign for Manchester United with a nagging ankle injury and he underwent an operation for the same at the beginning of the year.

Silva confirms Manchester City exit

David Silva has confirmed that he will be leaving Manchester City in this year. His contract will be expiring on June and he iswillingto extend the contract for a short time if the Premier League or Champions League is to be resumed. He hasn’t yet decided in his future plans and where he should be going next. Even though there are speculationsthat he will be either joining the football in Japan or Major League Soccer. With the advent of coronavirus, his future has stepped into uncertainties.