Watch – Mikel Arteta needs to send an Arsenal message to take Gunners forward

ESPN pundit Julian Laurens has opened up and claimed that Mikel Arteta needs to stay consistent to succeed at Arsenal.

Before the coronavirus stopped football from being played, there was alot of hope that Arsenal could push on and challenge for a top four spot, especially as the results began to pick up for Arteta and his side.

But since the Premier League re-start, The Gunners were convincingly beaten by Manchester City on Wednesday and collapsed in the final stages of the game against Brighton as late goals from Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay snatched a 2-1 win for Brighton.

And in the video below, courtesy of the ESPN Youtube channel, Julien Laurens, Steve Nicol and Frank Leboeuf try to wrap their heads around how Mikel Arteta can possibly improve Arsenal following their disappointing 2-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.

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