Date: 1st September 2011 at 6:03pm
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Arsenal’s newest signing, Mikel Arteta has told us why he decided to leave Evertone and join Arsenal.

Arteta said, “It is a big opportunity for me and my family and I think it is the right time for me to take it.

“It is a big challenge, a different challenge, fresh for me and I want to see myself on the biggest stage, the Champions League.

“I am 29-years-old so I haven’t got much time left to take a chance like this one. I think I have done my best for Everton.”

The Spanish playmaker went on to say, “It is very difficult to say goodbye. I still can’t believe it but at the same time I think it is the right moment for everyone.

“That is the way football is, there is always a start and an end and today is the end of probably the best time of my career. I am never going to forget it.

“It has been crazy. It has been a crazy day. I can’t believe what happened, and the way it happened but as I said, that is part of football and I am going to be playing for another club soon.

“Obviously I am never going to forget what I have done here and what the people and this club have done for me.

“I always try hard, I have been as professional as I could and I was grateful for the support and the love that the Club and the fans showed me.”

 

0 responses to “Why he joined Arsenal”

  1. Richard says:

    Arsenal board has done well by allowing wenger 2 make this siging

  2. baticom says:

    I think the signings is ok

  3. samuel says:

    i love it bt it is nt ok until start winning trophies

  4. TIMROY says:

    Arteta is a class act

  5. moses says:

    hope more big nammes coming in, we stil do need Gary cahill and one mildfilder, eden hazard in january wil b great sign, hope wenger wil get rid of squallaich and Djou, these guys have cost us alot, wenger pls show them way out or send them to the very very very long loan.

  6. jameel jamil says:

    wow arsenal ar back again an again, arsene 4get about the pass an concentrate on the present squad. Up gunners

  7. Bri says:

    Don’t forget about the past, learn from it. These signings (or rather the preferred signings) should have been in place before the start of the season. One point from 9 is appalling let alone the ManU humiliation. Learn from it.

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