Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta Amatriain was born on 26 March 1982.
Arteta began his football career as a youth graduate at Barcelona in 1999. In 2005, he transfered to Everton.
England, Arteta blossomed as a direct, attacking midfielder, gaining
plaudits for his potent creativity and passing range. He contributed
largely to Everton’s attacking play throughout the 2000s, as he helped
the club regularly challenge for European competition.
silverware was limited in Merseyside, and Arteta’s performances
attracted fellow league side Arsenal, and he ultimately moved to the
club for a fee of £10 million (€12 million) in 2011.
the tutelage of coach Wenger, Arteta gradually moved into a deeper
role, where his anticipation, distribution and defensive output helped
the club end their nine-year trophy drought, winning two FA Cups and two
FA Community Shield titles. He also served as club captain prior to
retiring in 2016.
After retiring from football, Arteta
immediately moved to coaching. He joined Manchester City, as assistant
head coach to Pep Guardiola, in 2016. In 2019, he returned to Arsenal as
Mikel Arteta has tested positive for Coronavirus nearly 2 weeks ago.
Just send your wishes to him!