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Arsenal Fans Are Furious William Saliba Isn't In The Squad To Face Manchester City

Arsenal Fans Are Furious William Saliba Isn't In The Squad To Face Manchester City

Arsenal fans are furious teenage defender William Saliba hasn't been given a chance in the Carabao Cup against Manchester City this evening.

Saliba joined up with Gunners last summer after spending a season on loan at former club St Etienne.

But he is yet to make his professional debut for the club despite costing £27 million and has been omitted from tonight's quarter final clash. Sead Kolasinac, Shkrodran Mustafi and Gabriel have been given the nod instead.

The backlash has been so harsh the club have turned off replies to their team announcement tweet.

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But supporters are still incredibly vocal and have questioned manager Mikel Arteta's decision.

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The 19-year-old is likely to go out on loan in January and it's a bitter blow for those who thought this year would be a breakout one.

Saliba himself has addressed the situation on Instagram in a conversation with teammate Nicolas Pepe.

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He commented on Matteo Guendouzi's post with a fire emoji, before Pepe entered to comment: "This is your problem, you comment on everything."

Saliba replied to the winger: "Hahaha, I'm sending well wishes to the brother that was locked up like me."

Guendouzi is currently spending the season on loan with Hertha Berlin after falling out with Arteta.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Manchester City, Football News, Carabao Cup, Football, Man City, Arsenal, Mikel Arteta

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