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According to him, his lack of Arsenal game-time under Mikel Arteta this season is not something he is particularly proud about, but it is up to him to prove himself capable enough of being in the starting lineup.
Leandro Trossard (born 4 December 1994) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a left winger, attacking midfielder or forward for Premier League club Arsenal and the Belgium national team.
Trossard added that he wants to play regularly for the Belgian national team, so he needs regular club minutes.
His words, “We have a game every three days [at Arsenal], so it’s impossible to play with the same guys every time. It’s up to me to show myself when I get a chance. The coach (Mikel Arteta) told me that too.”
Trossard has been called up to the Belgium national team on multiple occasions. Roberto Martinez first named him in the Belgium squad in September 2018, again one month later when Trossard had to withdraw through injury, Trossard remained on the bench again in March 2019. He made his debut on 5 September 2020 in a Nations League game against Denmark, he substituted Dries Mertens in the 80th minute of the 2–0 away victory.
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