The Premiership run-in - a football saga of glory and drama

THERE are many ways a football team could spend £100mil (RM596mil) (or £200mil, RM1bil if you’re Chelsea) on a player. They can either purchase a ready-made player or invest in one that is full of potential.

Most teams in world football fall into the latter category, but how often does a player fulfil the potential set so highly by others? The weight of expectations can be so heavy that many players crumble under that pressure. Not everyone is born with an elite mentality, but one player in the current Arsenal squad has it.

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