Emery Denies Arsenal Communication Problems

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Emery Denies Arsenal Communication Problems


Unai Emery has denied that he struggles to communicate with his Arsenal players.

The denial comes following comments from teenage sensation Bukayo Saka, who admitted after the 3-0 win against Eintracht Frankfurt that he finds it easier getting instructions from Freddie Ljungberg than Arsenal’s head coach.

“It helps so much [to have Ljungberg there],” said Saka, who played under the Swede when he was Under-23s coach at the Emirates last season.

But Emery is adamant that is not the case and insists that he has no issue speaking to his players.

“I think no,” he said, when asked if communication was a problem at London Colney.

“I have conversations particularly with Bukayo and Freddie does the same with individual players, not only with Saka.

“Also I spoke to Saka alone in my office and prepared sometimes some videos [for him]. I have also done videos with English players, Spanish players, German players, French players.

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