An ‘excellent’ neglected individual at Arsenal has the ability to save millions for Edu and Arteta reports that because to Albert Sambi Lokonga’s outstanding development, Arsenal would not need to use the summer transfer window to acquire a midfield player. The 24-year-old has advanced significantly throughout the last several months while on loan at Luton Town, and his incredible performance against Manchester United this past weekend has underscored his continued development.

Prior to the season, Mikel Arteta’s team spent a lot of money on Declan Rice and Kai Havertz to bolster their midfield ranks with more strength and talent. Since then, the pair has excelled at the Emirates Stadium, assisting their team in reaffirming their status as championship contenders.

At the conclusion of the season, more midfield additions are expected, with Jorginho and Thomas Partey being strongly linked to transfers outside of North London. However, with Lokonga already on their roster, Arsenal might not need to spend a significant amount of money.

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This season, the Belgium international has been playing at a high level for Luton, establishing a reliable connection with Ross Barkley at the centre of Rob Edwards’ scheme. In the middle of the park, Lokonga has brought stability and balance while also greatly enhancing his attacking impact.

Despite the Hatters’ 2-1 loss against United after Rasmus Hojlund’s early brace, the former Anderlecht star received high marks for his effort on Sunday. In a well-rounded performance that was not overlooked, Lokonga made a goal-saving challenge to stop Bruno Fernandes in the second half and numerous deft passes to break through the Red Devils’ defence.

In an interview with Sky Sports, Gary Neville was eager to praise the midfield player’s performance, adding, “He’s been really good, Lokonga.” Ross Barkley was something we discussed before the game. But Lokonga has performed admirably.

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