EPL Arteta’s warning to Arsenal players ahead of international break revealed. The manager of Arsenal, Mikel Arteta, warned his players not to travel while on international duty, according to goalkeeper Matt Turner.
Arteta has urged his athletes to “stay fit” and return in top shape.
For the first time since the 2003–2004 season, the Gunners are attempting to capture the Premier League championship.
They presently lead Manchester City by eight points in the standings.
Their streak of six straight league victories has come to an end due to the March international break.
Much of the current team has left the UK to fulfill its responsibilities to the national team.
Turner has shared the stern warning Arteta issued to his team prior to the championship match.
“I believe the message from our manager and the message among the players is very clear: you’re going away to keep fit, to play at the highest level, obviously stay healthy, treat your body right and come back firing on all cylinders because we’re definitely not the only club that’s on pause right now,” he said.
“We need to return with the proper mindset and be prepared to keep winning games.”