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Danny Welbeck of Arsenal trains in the left-back in the middle of the injury crisis

Danny Welbeck of Arsenal trains in the left-back in the middle of the injury crisis

Unai Emery praised Danny Welbeck for his versatility and said that the attacker is training on the left-back while Arsenal faces an injury crisis. Welbeck, 27, has traditionally played in more advanced positions during his career, but with Sead Kolasinac out for two months with a knee injury and Nacho Monreal also unavailable for the opening match of the Premier League against Manchester City On Sunday, Emery played with England as left-back. Ainsley Maitland-Niles enters for Kolasinac after being injured in Arsenal 1 -1 draw with Chelsea on 1 August and Emery said that after the match he would have excluded the use of the 20-year-old against the City. However, Emery said that Welbeck has shown he can play all over the pitch: "Danny Welbeck is one of the players who have a multi-position possibility." Right wing, left wing, striker, and even yesterday he worked with us at the full back left – his performance was good! I like this spirit. To help positions through the team in a positive spirit. "Although British clubs can not buy new players now that their summer window is closed, they can sell, but Emery has insisted that Welbeck will not be one of those who leave the club as the rest of the continental transfer season opens, while David Ospina, Carl Jenkinson and Joel Campbell could leave if they wanted to. "I told him when he came with us after the holidays, I want the best interpretation of his career from this player – and work for that," said Emery.[We will be] helping with its quality and also improving with its quality and its data in this year. More goals, more assists. Working to help when we need to quickly press against opposition. "It's clear to me: yesterday the transfer window closed and our players will stay with us."
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