Former England midfielder, Ray Parlour has called on Arsenal management to extend Bukayo Saka’s contract in a bid to keep him to the club.
The 21-year-old came through Arsenal’s Hale End academy before making his senior first-team debut back in 2018. The youngster has developed significantly under the tutelage of Mikel Arteta over the last few campaigns and has now established himself as an integral part of the Spanish boss’ system.
Saka still has two years left in his current contract with Arsenal, plus an option to extend the deal for one more year. Despite being in no danger of losing the player any time soon, the club’s hierarchy are keen on tying the youngster down into a new long-term contract before he attracts interest from elsewhere amid his excellent form.
However, Parlour in a chat with Sportslens, said that the Gunners must do everything possible to tie down Saka.
“I just hope he signs up for Arsenal very quickly, that’s what I’m more worried about,”…
Source: Complete Sports