Originally a winger, the 18-year-old got his break in the first-team this season by playing left-back. Asked if Saka could become the next Ashley Cole, Wright said: “For me he’s a better winger. “It’s just because of his ability and how good he is that he can play that position. “Ashley turned out to be one of the best full-backs in the world but this guy is better further forward.” Saka has yet to sign a extension on his current which expires in 2021.Advertisement Loading… And Wright thinks the Englishman should hold out for the best deal. “He’s right him and his representatives to hold out as best they can because he’s the future of the club,” added Wright. “They cannot afford to let a player like this leave, When you look at what Callum Hudson-Odoi has done and he’s a year younger. read also:‘Why Saka will make England’s 2021 European Championship squad’ “The contract he signed, Saka’s representatives will be saying: ‘Why should I sign for any less?’ “I believe he will sign but I do think him and his reps are doing the right thing by dragging it out to get the best deal they can. Arsenal is the right place for him at the moment.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, thinks Bukayo Saka should be playing further forward.
Florence, May 15: The Italian football federation FIGC on Tuesday unveiled Roberto Mancini as the men’s team’s head coach who will be tasked with revamping the national squad after the World Cup qualification disaster. The former Inter Milan and Manchester City coach, who played for Italy 36 times, left his post at Zenit FC last week to take up the position vacated by Gian Piero Ventura, under whom four-time world champions Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958.“To coach the national team is a reason to be proud for anyone. I think that it’s the right moment for me. It’s a difficult time and there’s a lot to do,” 53-year-old Mancini said at the press conference, as reported by FIGC’s Twitter handle. “I’m emotional. I thank the @FIGC for putting their trust in me. I’m proud of this moment, I first set foot at Coverciano (Italy’s technical headquarters for football) in 1978. To come back as the head coach is special,” he added.Mancini was optimistic that Italy still boasts of talented players who can help the side get back to being reckoned as a force. IANS