Emery Confirms Iwobi Is Ready To Sign New Arsenal Deal

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has confirmed Alex Iwobi is set to sign a new contract with the club.

"My information is he's going to sign to continue with us", said Emery, who will face his previous club, Paris Saint-Germain, at the International Champions Cup on Saturday.

"For me, if there is a possibility to sign another player, it isn't important now, but while the window is open we can discuss the possibility", Emery told his club's official website.

Arsenal finished in sixth place in the Premier League table last season to miss out on a spot in the Champions League.

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"It will also be nice for me to meet my friends who I worked with at Paris Saint-Germain". "I want to work with the players first". Our focus is to get every player up to speed and work on tactical things to get better for when we start [Premier League] competition.

"With him, all the players work on tactics, we look a lot at videos, what was wrong, what we have to do better".

"He will be even better at Arsenal because Arsenal are always trying to control the game with short passes and moving together up the pitch, so it's a flawless place for him to develop his vision of the game and I think he's going to have success there". "Of course you have to know how to play with the ball, in the last five or six years football has changed a lot".

On what he has seen from his squad this pre-season, the head coach said that he is more content seeing his players working on their fitness rather than worrying about results.

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