Martinelli talks about his future with the Gunners

Fri 04 March 2022 | 22:21

Gabriel Martinelli says that he likes to stay at Arsenal and end his career there.



Gabriel Martinelli

star has talked about his ambitions at the club, insisting that he wants to end his career at the club and that he is ambitious for winning the Champions League with the club.

“We have a young group, we have a lot of time ahead of us, players with a lot of quality, I think we will achieve great things,"

Martinelli told

ESPN Brazil


"Our focus is the Champions League. Fighting for that top four. A club like Arsenal has to be in the Champions League. It’s our total focus.

“We always want more. Of course, Arsenal are a giant team. If I can, I’ll stay here my whole life. I want to conquer things, as I said, I want to stay here and win titles, with these wonderful fans, my team-mates.”

Martinelli thinks that his transfer to Arsenal in 2019 was a big step for him, but it took him so much to adjust.

“It was a giant leap for me,"

he said

. "I was at Ituano, I lived in Itu, and I came to play at Arsenal, living in London. It was a little complicated, but my family was always with me, they always helped me at all times, off and on the pitch as well.

"At the club, I always had [Emiliano Martinez's] support as well. He helped a lot, he always helped me. His wife speaks Portuguese, so does he. He was very important to me, he helped me adapt to the club, to the country.

"With my family here, it became a little easier. But it was a big leap, it was just a bit of a good one.

“It’s a thud. You leave Itu, 30 degrees every day, playing at Ituano, and come to London. But with all the people, Emi, my family, they made it a little easier for me."

source: SportMob

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