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Bukayo Saka admits he often struggles to understand Unai Emery’s instructions and communicates more effectively with his mentor Freddie Ljungberg.
The 18-year-old caught the eye during the early stages of last season’s Europa League campaign and seized a rare first team opportunity in the same competition last night.
Saka provided two assists and scored his first senior goal as Arsenal bounced back from Sunday’s second half capitulation at Watford to secure a 3-0 win at Eintracht Frankfurt and record a rare clean sheet.
Gunners legend Alan Smith last week revealed he had ‘heard whispers’ that several first team stars were struggling to comprehend Emery’s tactics, and Saka admitted he often seeks out Ljungberg, who was promoted to the first team coaching staff this summer, for advice given Emery still appears to be struggling with his command of English.