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Mikel Arteta sends message to William Saliba over Virgil van Dijk comparisons

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William Saliba has made a fine start to the campaign for Arsenal. The France international joined the club in 2019 but is only now getting a run of games. His bright start has generated debate over whether he could become as good as Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk. Arsenal face Liverpool at the Emirates on Sunday.
Published 4 months ago

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Mikel Arteta sends message to William Saliba over Virgil van Dijk comparisons

Arsenal: Mikel Arteta sends message to William Saliba over Virgil van Dijk comparisons

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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William Saliba has transformed Arsenal ... but he is no Virgil van Dijk yet

French centre-half has had an immediate impact in making a previously flaky defence structurally sound again

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Mikel Arteta's verdict as Arsenal defender compared with Liverpool star Van Dijk

Mikel Arteta was quick to play down suggestions that William Saliba could emulate the success of Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk

4 months ago·Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Mikel Arteta not interested in comparing William Saliba to Virgil van Dijk

Mikel Arteta has told Arsenal centre-back William Saliba to ignore comparisons with Virgil van Dijk ahead of Sunday’s clash with Liverpool.

4 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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'He is Saliba' - Arteta tells Arsenal defender to ignore Van Dijk comparisons

William Saliba has been told by Mikel Arteta to ignore comparisons with Virgil van Dijk ahead of Arsenal's clash against Liverpool.The Gunners welcome

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Mikel Arteta press conference: Facing Liverpool; Saliba vs Van Dijk; Bond with fans

Mikel Arteta speaks to the press ahead of Arsenal vs Liverpool in the Premier League.

4 months ago·Israel
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