Saka is a midfielder, but he can play in multiple positions, including left wing and left back. Saka also has solid dribbling skills. In the process of dribbling and breaking through, he can use the skills of his feet to get rid of dribbling. Saka is stronger on offense than on defense. He often likes to break through and dribble the ball on the flanks. Crossing from the bottom line is also his common skill. In this regard, his performance is quite good.
His Family:Bukayo Saka is an original Nigerian family looking for a better life and opportunities for their children. Before Bukayo Saka was born, his parents decided to move to London, so Bukayo Saka grew up in a lower-middle-class family background in the British capital, London. Like most Nigerian immigrants, his father and mother held menial jobs and often struggled to meet the needs of their families in Britain and Nigeria. But they are fighting for the best conditions they can get for their children.
The Story of Bukayo Saka
Like most Nigerians, Bukayo Saka has a passion for football and his parents are very supportive. It is their love of football, and their relentless pursuit of improving their living standards, that make their lives better. Because his parents knew Bukayo was capable, they did not hesitate to apply to the Arsenal Academy. Fortunately, he proved his worth and passed the Arsenal academy test.
When Saka was 17, he signed a professional contract with Arsenal and was promoted to the under-23 team. He was then called up to the club's senior team after a string of impressive performances. In the 2018/2019 Europa League final, Saka made his mark on the hearts of fans for the first time with his outstanding performance.
Bukayo Saka currently plays for Arsenal Football Club. His first game for the first team was against Volskrapoltava in the 2018 Europa League. During Bukayo Saka's contract signing, the manager hailed him as one of Arsenal's key players.
He played for Arsenal and England youth teams (England U18 and U19) before breaking into the senior team in 2020. Many fans had imagined that Bukayo Saka would join the Nigerian national team, but he ultimately opted for allegiance to the England national team, starting against Wales in October 2020. Football experts are full of praise for the young footballer.
This Arsenal 22-23 home shirt made its debut in the final Premier League game against Everton on May 22. The Adidas Arsenal FC 2022-23 kit remains the same as before, in red and white. But in terms of design, this time the Arsenal 22-23 home jersey has a different design than before. The main feature is its collar, which is a polo-style jersey with white with red zig-zag graphics wrapping around the back.
The sleeves of the new Arsenal 2022-2023 home shirt are white, except for the red panel on the lower half, which matches the color of the 3-Stripes.