Jorginho sends three-word Arsenal Premier League title race message ahead of crucial final day


Arsenal midfielder Jorginho has sent a determined message ahead of the final day of the Premier League season.

The Gunners take on Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon knowing that a win would give them a chance of winning the Premier League title ahead of Manchester City. Attentions will also be on the game between Man City and West Ham, which will be going on at the same time.

Mikel Arteta’s men are currently two points behind City in the table, but do have a better goal difference. Therefore, a win, coupled with City dropping points would see them leapfrog their rivals and finish top at the most important part of the season.

For Arsenal, the concentration will be on making sure they do their part on the day. If they fail to win then it will hand Man City the title.

In the build-up to the game, Jorginho has taken to Instagram to send a simple message. On his stories, the midfielder has posted a picture of him training, along with a caption reading: “One last push.”

The 32-year-old has had to settle for the role as a substitute over the last few weeks as Arsenal continue to put the pressure on City in the title race. He has not started a Premier League game since the 3-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion at the start of April, where he provided an assist.

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Jorginho has though committed his future to the club in the last few days. The Italian put pen to paper on a new short-term deal with the club with his initial contract due to expire in the summer.

"I'd say that we are enjoying it because it's a beautiful journey," he said on the current position after signing his new contract. "It's a special moment, a special thing we've been doing, and I think we need to push and enjoy the moment, every single day.

"To be where we are, we worked hard. So much! We did so much and we need to be proud of what we’ve been doing. We need to trust what we’re doing and believe it."