Wright exige desculpas do "desrespeitoso’ apresentador sobre Tomiyasu jibe

ARSENAL legend Ian Wright has called for Sky Sports journalist Kaveh Solhekol to apologise for appearing to smirk when announcing the Gunners has signed Takehiro Tomiyasu.

O Gunners paid £16m for the defender from Bologna in the summerand he has immediately impressed under Mikel Arteta.

Takehiro Tomiyasu has made a solid start to his Arsenal career

Takehiro Tomiyasu has made a solid start to his Arsenal career

But Wright cannot forget the Japanese international’s move to the Emirates being scoffed at on Sky Sports News.

The 58-year-old shared a clip of Solhekol discussing the transfer at the timewith him seemingly not impressed.

Ele colocou a legenda: “Apologies as loud as the disrespect please!!!!! @SkyKaveh.

Solhekol says that Tomiyasu ‘isn’t really a right-back’ – where the player has starred from so far this season.

Ele diz: “You know we were talking about the right back Arsenal have signed, Tomiyasu, and I mentioned agents involved in the deal had contacted me to say ‘Are any Premier League clubs looking for a right back?’

I’ve just got a message to say: Tomiyasu was offered to most clubs in the Premier League.

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He’s a good player but the problem is he’s not really a right back, nor is he a central defender. I’m not sure how he will get on at Arsenal.

That is one of the agents who was trying to find him a club. We’re just confirming the information we have, people were trying to place him at a Premier League club, and he’s got a move to Arsenal.

Tomiyasu has gone on to make the right-back spot his own, com Hector Bellerin loaned out to Real Betis.

Cedric Soares is the current back-up.

Twenty-three-year-old Tomiyasu has played 15 times for Arsenal this season, but is yet to score his first Gunners goal.

He has also collected 28 international caps for Japan.

Ian Wright is not happy with how Tomiyasu was seemingly written off before he had started

Ian Wright is not happy with how Tomiyasu was seemingly written off before he had started

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