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Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes that midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe has given manager Mikel Arteta a selection headache after he came on to score during the Premier League win at Leeds United at the weekend. The newly capped England national team player started the game on the bench before he wrapped up the thumping 4-1 away victory at the expense of Leeds United minutes after coming on as a substitute in the second half. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200"][/caption] Ian Wright expressed his delight about the performance of the Englishman after coming on as a substitute as he told Premier League productions that the player is prepared to make the most of his opportunities after scoring in two successive league games as a substitute.Ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright said that Gunners boss Arteta has his work cut out on how to fit an in-form Smith-Rowe into his starting XI.


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Premier League and Arsenal legend Ian Wright has urged his former club to conduct a smart transfer business in the summer, and he has also suggested a player they should sign as well. According to multiple sources, Arsenal will be in the market this summer to sign a couple of players who they believe can help them with their ambitions of competing against the league's big boys next season. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1125"][/caption] The Gunners have since been linked to a couple of clubs within and outside England's top-flight, with reports claiming that they are also expecting some departures in the summer. Wright has said that regardless of the list of transfer targets the club have already prepared, they should find a way to add Yves Bissouma to the list as he believes that the midfielder would be a top signing for the Gunners.

Ian Wright impressed with win

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Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright was happy with the way Arsenal managed to beat Newcastle United. He said that although it was not an easy game this shows that the team is gradually improving under new manager Unai Emery. Ian Wright said that the first half was not a good one and that the team made some improvement in the second-half. The former England international said that he was impressed by Torreira and that he believes that the midfielder should be starting every game. He said that he added some steel in the middle of the park and helped the team moved forward.