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Arsenal and Edu told £20m transfer gamble has paid off but fans sent warning over harsh reality

Former Arsenal defender Lauren is optimistic about the new signing. Takehiro Tomiyasu has had a “excellent start” at Emirates Stadium, but has issued a caution to the supporters.

The Japan international, who joined the Gunners for about £20 million on deadline day last month, has started both of their recent matches against Norwich City and Burnley, helping them keep two clean sheets in back-to-back 1-0 victory.

Lauren claims that the 22-year-old full-back has settled in well at Arsenal, but warns that supporters should be patient with their new signing as he adjusts to life in the Premier League.

“I believe he has had a decent start at Arsenal, he had some lovely touches, and he nearly scored a goal when he overlapped on the right wing against Norwich,” the former Gunners defender told BonusFinder.

“I think he’ll be a wonderful addition, but we need to be patient because he’s new to the club and requires time to adjust. The Premier League is a difficult league to get into, and we all know it will take time for him to adjust to a new culture, team, and system.

“He appears to be at ease with the ball and understands how to play in that back line, but he will need some time to settle in.

“He’s looked quite excellent so far against Norwich and Burnley, so hopefully he can keep improving.”
Lauren went on to discuss the current fight for positions in the Arsenal squad, mentioning the right-back position in particular.

Mikel Arteta now has Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Caleb Chambers, and Cedric Soares on the right side of defence, as well as Tomiyasu, after Hector Bellerin joined Real Betis last month.
On the right-back position at the Emirates, Lauren remarked, “I think there’s a lot of solid competition currently, and the squad will benefit from this competition.”

“It will be a fascinating season in that right-back position if these individuals elevate their standards and are as excellent as everyone wants them to be.”

Arsenal returns to play on Wednesday evening in the Carabao Cup against AFC Wimbledon in north London, before facing arch rivals Tottenham in a crucial Premier League match on Sunday afternoon.

Former Arsenal defender Lauren is optimistic about the new signing. Takehiro Tomiyasu has had a “excellent start” at Emirates Stadium, but has issued a caution to the supporters.

The Japan international, who joined the Gunners for about £20 million on deadline day last month, has started both of their recent matches against Norwich City and Burnley, helping them keep two clean sheets in back-to-back 1-0 victory.

Lauren claims that the 22-year-old full-back has settled in well at Arsenal, but warns that supporters should be patient with their new signing as he adjusts to life in the Premier League.

“I believe he has had a decent start at Arsenal, he had some lovely touches, and he nearly scored a goal when he overlapped on the right wing against Norwich,” the former Gunners defender told BonusFinder.

“I think he’ll be a wonderful addition, but we need to be patient because he’s new to the club and requires time to adjust. The Premier League is a difficult league to get into, and we all know it will take time for him to adjust to a new culture, team, and system.

“He appears to be at ease with the ball and understands how to play in that back line, but he will need some time to settle in.

“He’s looked quite excellent so far against Norwich and Burnley, so hopefully he can keep improving.”
Lauren went on to discuss the current fight for positions in the Arsenal squad, mentioning the right-back position in particular.

Mikel Arteta now has Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Caleb Chambers, and Cedric Soares on the right side of defence, as well as Tomiyasu, after Hector Bellerin joined Real Betis last month.
On the right-back position at the Emirates, Lauren remarked, “I think there’s a lot of solid competition currently, and the squad will benefit from this competition.”

“It will be a fascinating season in that right-back position if these individuals elevate their standards and are as excellent as everyone wants them to be.”

Arsenal returns to play on Wednesday evening in the Carabao Cup against AFC Wimbledon in north London, before facing arch rivals Tottenham in a crucial Premier League match on Sunday afternoon.