sport news Albert Sambi Lokonga leaving Arsenal this summer is 'out of the question', ... trends now

sport news Albert Sambi Lokonga leaving Arsenal this summer is 'out of the question', ... trends now
sport news Albert Sambi Lokonga leaving Arsenal this summer is 'out of the question', ... trends now

sport news Albert Sambi Lokonga leaving Arsenal this summer is 'out of the question', ... trends now

Albert Sambi Lokonga leaving Arsenal is 'out of the question', insists his brother... adding he is 'not worried' with Belgian's limited minutes because countrymen Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku took time to settle in the Premier League Albert Sambi Lokonga joined Arsenal in £18m deal from Anderlecht last summer  The Belgium midfielder has only started 12 Premier League games this season  Paul-Jose M'Poku says he is not worried by the 22-year-old's limited minutes He added fellow Belgium team-mates have taken time to settle in England too 

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Albert Sambi Lokonga has no intention of leaving Arsenal this summer and views his first season in English football positively, according to his elder brother.

The 22-year-old joined the Gunners from Anderlecht in an £18million deal last summer after a strong couple of seasons under Vincent Kompany in Belgium.

But despite a bright start to life in north London, the midfielder has started just 12 Premier League games this season, completing 90 top-flight minutes just three times in 2022.

Albert Sambi Lokonga has no intention of leaving Arsenal this summer, his brother says

Albert Sambi Lokonga has no intention of leaving Arsenal this summer, his brother says

The midfielder has started just 12 Premier League games this season for Mikel Arteta's side

The midfielder has started just 12 Premier League games this season for Mikel Arteta's side

However, Paul-Jose M'Poku insists competition for places in Mikel Arteta's team and the time it took some of Lokonga's high-profile Belgium team-mates to settle in the Premier League means they remain calm about his situation.

'We're not

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