William Saliba reveals that the Arsenal team is willing to set aside club loyalties and support Tottenham in their title push. Following Arsenal’s crucial 1-0 victory against Manchester United, Saliba expressed his eagerness for Spurs to secure at least a draw against Manchester City on Tuesday night.

A positive result for Spurs would keep Arsenal above City in the league standings ahead of the final fixtures, providing them with control over their destiny in the race for their first title since 2004, barring any significant goal difference swings. With Arsenal currently holding a three-goal advantage over City, who face West Ham at home, the situation hangs in the balance. Arsenal’s upcoming match against Everton at the Emirates Stadium adds to the tension.

Saliba acknowledges the conflicted feelings among Spurs fans about potentially aiding Arsenal’s title hopes but assures that such sentiments won’t affect the players. Despite the rivalry, Saliba emphasizes the importance of Spurs’ Champions League aspirations, especially as they remain in contention for a top-four finish alongside rivals like Aston Villa.

Anticipating an unusual night, Saliba remains hopeful and emphasizes the significance of Spurs putting up a strong performance against City. He acknowledges the challenge posed by Tottenham, highlighting their competitive spirit and the difficulty Arsenal has faced against them in previous encounters.

Reflecting on Arsenal’s victory against United, Saliba attributes the team’s success to their collective resolve, particularly considering Arsenal’s poor record at Old Trafford in recent years. While acknowledging the difficulties, Saliba expresses satisfaction with the team’s ability to secure three points in such a challenging fixture.