Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta believes the club’s passionate followers should enjoy their freedom to express themselves.
As widely reported, the Gunners faithful have been slamming the club’s hierarcthy for signing up to join the failed launch of the UEFA Super League.
While the club’s swiftly reversed the decision and apologized, the supporters are reportedly preparing to stage a protest that demands the departure of owners Stan Kroenke and KSE leave.
"The fans have to express - it’s their right and they have to do it freely,” Arteta said in Thursday’s press conference, as quoted by Football London.
“It’s time to leave them space to express themselves and now somehow we have to get them closer to us, believing in what we do,” the Spaniard added.
Meanwhile, the North London giants welcome Everton in a league game at the Emirates on Friday.