Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Arsenal Made Me The Player I Am, Says Joint Top Scorer

Arsenal Made Me The Player I Am, Says Joint Top Scorer

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Serge Gnabry has admitted that the opportunity he had to work with top quality players at Arsenal is responsible for his progress so far.

The German youngster left the North-London club to join Werder Bremen for a fee of £5million in the summer after finishing at the Rio Olympics as joint top scorer.

He got public credit recently for bagging a hattrick when he made his national team debut in a 8-0 victory over San Marino but the humble dude has said that all praise should go to Arsenal for helping in his development.
 
"Without being in England, I would not be the player I am now," he told RND radio. "There was Arsenal's quick playing style, for example, which I learned.

"When you are a young player and you get to train with such top players as there are at Arsenal for three years then of course you take something away with you and it improves you.

"That was definitely the case with me. I probably would not be here now if I had not been in England."

21-year-old Gnabry is the current top scorer at Werder Bremen who are currently in sixtenth place on the league table.
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