William Saliba will 100 per cent sign a new long-term contract with Arsenal, according to Kevin Campbell.
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The Frenchman signed with the Gunners in 2019, but is yet to participate in a meaningful match for them.
He had never played for the senior team before this summer, but he impressed on loan at Saint Etienne, Nice, and Olympique Marseille.
William Saliba’s contract is up in two years, and he may not sign a new one because he hasn’t been given enough playing time. Campbell, on the other hand, believes he will remain and sign an extension.
Telling Football Insider, he said:
You can tell he is going to be a big part of Arsenal’s future.
The club have been following his progress in France and they know the player they have. A new contract has to get done. They have to protect the value of the player
They want to make sure they have got him for four or five years. He is not going to be going anywhere. He will be at Arsenal for the foreseeable future.