Gabriel Magalhaes is happy to be at Arsenal amid transfer speculation

Gabriel Magalhaes has revealed that he is “very happy” and “feel at home” at Arsenal, but will that be enough to keep the Brazilian at the Emirates Stadium?

We would certainly hope so.

The only reason we have this question is because of the speculation that has started to emerge from Spanish media outlets, with  SPORT writing that FC Barcelona are thought to be keen on reuniting him with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in Cataluna in the summer.

Nonetheless, it seems our centre-back has seemingly poured water on any potential move to the Camp Nou in the immediate future, as he revealed this happiness at living in England and playing in the Premier League. Perhaps he is as happy as when using usrealmoneycasinos during the time he has off and away from the pitch?

Speaking to Premier League Productions, Gabriel stated: “Well in my first season I certainly learnt a lot.

“It’s been a real challenge here and I am more and more settled every day. I feel better and better with each passing game.

“At the same time, we know we all can’t be perfect in every match. We do make mistakes.

“But I feel good, I feel at home at Arsenal. It’s a great squad to be a part of and together I am sure we can achieve a lot. I am very happy here.”

However, as we know, each and every single player at a top football club has been trained to deal with the media, whilst each of them knows how to be coy about what their thoughts and dreams are.

There is no real need to suggest that Gabriel is looking for a way out of Arsenal immediately or even in the future, although just as much as we can take news reports with a pinch of salt, it might also be best to take what a player says out in public in the same way. However, if he were to come out and say that he was happy the jeux casino en ligne games, then we would be inclined to believe him.

Nonetheless, regardless of what the South American thinks, hopefully he will continue to provide the Gunners with everything he can on the pitch in order to help the team to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

The team has a lot of work to do following consecutive defeats to Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion, and with games against Southampton and Chelsea coming up in quick succession, there will need to be an incredible amount of focus from every single member of the club over the next week.