Bernd Leno has insisted that the players have no knowledge of the club’s decision on Freddie Ljungberg’s future.
In just under ten minutes, Arsenal managed to turn the match around in their favor against West Ham last night. Goals from Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe, and skipper Aubameyang ensured all three points for the Gunners.
Freddie Ljungberg was also happy as he registered his first victory while being in charge of Arsenal. Goalkeeper Bernd Leno was optimistic about his team’s results and suggested that the new manager has started showing his impact.
“I do not know what the club is deciding,” the German goalkeeper said as per Express.
“We only have to focus on now. Freddie is doing a very good job. The team know about his quality and the way they want to play.
“We want to play with possession, keep the ball and also press very high, and also with transitions. It is not our decision, it is a decision of the club.”
“From the first day he said he wanted to see laughing faces, to see a good atmosphere,” Leno added.
“We had a bad time, we are all human and it is not easy. It was not like we did not try, but it just did not work.”