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Rio Ferdinand agrees with Ronaldinho about Arsenal sensation Gabriel Martinelli

After a run of seven Premier League games without a triumph, Arsenal are giving indications of life once more. 

Following a tempestuous period, which included home annihilations to Aston Villa, Burnley and Wolverhampton Wanderers, just as a 2-0 North London derby destruction to Tottenham Hotspur, the Gunners seem to have turned a corner, winning their last three matches. 

Subsequent to overcoming Chelsea on Boxing Day, winning 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners have since recorded consecutive away victories over Brighton and Hove Albion and West Bromwich Albion, winning 1-0 and 4-0 separately. 

The Gunners' turnaround has been downright breathtaking, with the possibility of them being sucked into a transfer fight now ancient history. 

While the Gunners' upswing in fortunes has come because of Mikel Arteta tweaking certain things inside his framework and refueling his players' certainty levels, the consideration of a portion of the club's young, forthcoming stars has affected procedures. 

Against both Chelsea and Brighton, Arteta named Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli in his beginning line-ups, with the threesome demonstrating that they more than were deserving of their places. 

Each of the three assumed key parts in both of those triumphs, with Saka scoring against Chelsea and asserting the help for Alexandre Lacazette's champ on the South Coast against Graham Potter's soldiers. 

Yet, against West Brom last Saturday night, Arteta selected to remove Martinelli from the firing line-up, with the Brazilian having begun the Carabao Cup thrashing to Manchester City and the conflicts with Chelsea and Brighton. 

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Notwithstanding his noteworthy exhibitions in those three matches, Martinelli needed a breather, with the Brazilian sensation having as of late got back from a drawn out knee injury. 

In spite of the fact that Saka and Smith Rowe featured in the success over West Brom, joining incredibly for Saka to net the Gunners' second, Martinelli, according to many, remains the north London club's most discussed adolescent, with him having shone in his presentation season in England in 2019/20. 

What's more, for previous Manchester United and England protector Rio Ferdinand, Martinelli will be one to look for a long time to come, just as conceding that Arsenal's upswing in fortunes has been because of the exhibitions of any semblance of Saka and Smith Rowe. 'Mbappe approaching' - Arsenal fans think of move hypothesis as £120m credit is affirmed 

Talking on YouTube channel FIVE, Ferdinand stated: "Armory have truly profited by putting and having confidence in more youthful players. "I think Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, they've been extraordinary. Willock now and again has come in and done stuff, same for Maitland-Niles. "Without these youthful players coming in and holding the stronghold, with all that is going on, I don't have the foggiest idea where Arsenal would be and the fans would be unhappy. Martinelli, as far as I might be concerned, is the best one." 

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Ferdinand isn't the only one to back Martinelli to be a star for the future, with Brazilian symbol Ronaldinho likewise tipping the 19-year-old, who will expect to begin the Gunners' FA Cup conflict with Newcastle United tomorrow, to appreciate a rewarding profession. 

"We as Brazilians are amped up for him and his future," Ronaldinho told the Mirror last season. "It is one thing to have the ability - yet another at 18 years old to have the certainty. 

"He helps me to remember Ronaldo his first season in Europe, he scored 30 objectives and individuals were thinking: 'who is this 18 year old Brazilian child?' 

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For additional subtleties, click here. "He needed the ball, he would run at players, there was no dread regardless of what players or group he was playing against - and I see that comparable disposition in Martinelli. "He simply needs to be ready and score objectives. "Ronaldo proceeded to be the best part on the planet - and that can likewise be the point of Martinelli."

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