'"Willian has special qualities" I Fulham vs Arsenal I Mikel Arteta press conference Part 2

TIMESTAMPS:
0:25 Willian ambitious to be successful here long-term
1:35 He has special qualities and much fitter than I was at this age
2:00 we need top players (Willian) who can hit ground running with so many young players
2:50 It is not unrealistic to keep both goalkeepers and that is great for me
4:05 if they can not play under those rules they can not be here
4:30 I am more concerned by defence communication than keepers
5:00 William Saliba will take time to adapt
5:40 People say we have too many central defenders, but now we have injuries!

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta praises Chelsea signing Willian as he prepares for his Gunners debut in the London derby against newly promoted Fulham.

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