During the training session, Gainer’s teammates clashed – the Brazilian said that the on-loan Real Madrid star had hit him in the face.
Mikel Arteta has dismissed reports of a training battle between Arsenal team-mates Danny Sablelos and David Luiz – saying the incidents are behind closed doors all the time.
Athletic It was revealed on Thursday that a fight broke out between Ceballos and Luiz, when Spaniard later took up the challenge during a training ground match at London Colony.
It was reported that Luiz hit his teammate in the face and left the midfielder with a scar on his nose, although Siblos, who is on loan from Real Madrid for the season, faked the story on social media. Declared.
Despite Seblos’ denials, it is understood that the two players did indeed clash – although Arteta said he was not watching at all when he was questioned about the incident.
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The Arsenal boss insisted, but now there is “absolutely no problem” between the pair, who could have featured both when they face Gunners Leeds on Allende Road on Sunday.
“I’ve got a really bad look from afar,” said Arteta with a smile. “That’s why we train behind closed doors.
“Training is very competitive and sometimes difficult. Those things are resolved quickly within the team and it is not enough to say anything. ”
Meanwhile, Arteta says the situation around Willian has been “resolved” after he traveled abroad without the permission of the Brazilian club during the international break.
Willian was spotted on social media at a restaurant in Dubai, despite the current government’s guidelines, “Internationally, it is forbidden to leave the UK or leave the UK except for limited education.”
Explaining his reasons for the trip, the former Chelsea man is understood to have told Arteta that it was for business reasons and that he was fulfilling his promise of image rights.
The forward, who trained with the team on Thursday, tested negative for coronavirus after his return and Areteta says the incident has now been dealt with – although he declined to confirm that the 32-year-old will still be on the team. And will have to face it. Saturday
“The deal has been settled, explained and presented to the team and the club,” said the Gunners boss. “We talked and I explained what I was expecting.
“There are a lot of personal factors at the moment and at the same time, we need to be in their shoes. Many players have different issues, such as any public figure, and sometimes they make decisions based on needs or moments or what people are expecting from them.
“Whether they are right or wrong, this is clearly something we need to consider. But, again, this is exactly what happened and let’s move on. “