Arsenal new manager Unai Emery wants to keep the midfielder and the North London are confident that the player will sign the new contract with the club. Yet Maurizio Sarri's side showed their class late in the game when Eden Hazard teed up Marcos Alonso to net an 81st-minute goal and secure a 3-2 win.Iwobi's goal at the match is coming on the heels of the recent announcement of his role in an upcoming Nollywood movie, INPADISU.
Emery is understood to have been disappointed with Ramsey's performance during the season-opening loss at home to Manchester City, and is also still searching for his best XI. The North London side nearly surrendered against Manchester City in the first game, however, showed improvement against Chelsea after trailing by 2-0 to make it 2-2 only to lose it 3-2.
"We lost a bit of the positioning on the pitch in the second half, and were working very deep".
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In the second half we played with two midfielders, 19 and 21 years old. I still have two years of contract [left] and we'll see what happens.
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Iwobi disclosed that they keep adjusting to his style during training and even resolved to play their hearts out for him in the game at Stamford Bridge, only that they got off on the wrong foot.
"The second half was hard because we looked a little bit exhausted and we didn't create the opportunities to score". Many of us have been hoping that Emery can improve our players after too many years of Wenger's instructions, and maybe Iwobi is only the first example of that starting to happen. "Unfortunately we weren't able to take all our chances". But it is one process.
This decision left Ramsey and some of his Arsenal team mates "stunned", according to the newspaper, as the players couldn't believe Emery had dropped the 27-year-old for such an important game. "I am happy without the result".