Arsenal players who could appear in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

In November we will have to go to the World Cup to get our dose of football after all. EPL suspended from November until 25The tenth From December to accommodate this great competition. It usually happens in the summer and has no effect on club football. So, let’s take this time to think about who we can expect to see play for their country from Arsenal at the next World Cup.

Bukayo Saka – England

If you want to take part in some Fubo or other sports betting, Bukayo Saka will be one of our top choices for England’s top scorer. He is still a great talent and he has proven himself time and time again for both Arsenal and England. We also feel he will have something to prove after the final penalty miss against Italy at Euro 2020.

Aaron Ramsdale – England

From a goalkeeper’s perspective, Ramsdale is still incredibly young but already enjoying an impressive career after his debut with Sheffield United. He has been with Arsenal since 2021 and is currently the team’s first goalkeeper.

Ramsdale has also played for England in some capacity since 2018, representing the team at levels below 18, 19, 20 and 21. For the first team, Ramsdale made his debut in the 10-0 win over San Marino in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

Takehiro Tomiyasu – Japan

Tomiyasu has been a successful signing for Arsenal since joining the squad in 2021 and was also named Player of the Month for September. He is a talented and hardworking centre-back who has also had good success with the Japanese national team.

He has played for the Japan international since 2018, where he participated in the Kirin Challenge Cup. At such a young age, Tomiyasu was also the first teenager to start on the first team since Ryo Miyaichi. He still plays regularly in the first team, and if he is healthy, he is sure to play in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Bernard Leno – Germany

Germany’s number one goalkeeper position has long been held by legendary goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. He is still the top choice and has made more than 110 appearances for the German first team. Regardless, we hope Bernard Leno gets at least some playing time as backup.

Leno has repeatedly played as a starting goalkeeper for Arsenal, although he was recently replaced by England international Aaron Ramsdale. Whether or not he participates in the 2022 World Cup depends on the health and availability of Manuel Neuer.

Thomas Partey – Ghana

Partey has only been with Arsenal since 2020, but he was promising and was previously named Arsenal Player of the Year as well. His Arsenal career has been hurt so far, but he has always been a bright spark with a lot of potential.

Partey has played for Ghana since 2016 when he was called up to participate in the Africa Cup of Nations. In 2018, he notably scored his first international hat-trick in the victory over Congo in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Granite Shaka – Switzerland

Xhaka is one of the most decorated Swiss players and has represented them since 2009. In 2009, he played for the Under-17 team that won the UEFA Under-17 World Cup. Currently, he has made more than 100 international matches with the Swiss national team and also played with them in the 2014 World Cup, 2018 World Cup and Euro 2016 and 2020.

It’s funny that Xhaka was never guaranteed to play for Switzerland, and he originally thought of playing for Albania. Apparently, the Swiss team was ignoring his efforts.

As you can see, the Gunners have some great international talent. We can’t wait for the World Cup to see them play and see how they fare against the best national teams in the world. The tournament must be great. It should also be intriguing and something different due to the location of the Middle East and the time of year in which it is held.

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