Nacho Monreal signs new Arsenal contract

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Nacho Monreal has signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal, reports the club's official site. 

The Spain international, who has established himself as the Gunners' No.1 left-back throughout the course of the season, looks set to stay on in north London for the foreseeable future. 

The versatile left-back has featured in every Premier League game for Arsenal this season, helping the club keep 10 clean sheets in the process. 


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In fact, only rivals Manchester United and Tottenham boast a better defensive record than Arsene Wenger's side this season. 

Monreal has been one of Arsenal's most improved and consistent players recently, so it's not surprising that fans have reacted positively to the news.

Arsenal are yet to release the full details of the contract at this stage, but they have made it clear that the Spaniard has signed a long-term deal. 

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Monreal may well be 29-years-old but he has been in the form of his career recently. Indeed, his rise to prominence has come at a great time for the club in their pursuit of the Premier League title. 

Capable when going forward and defending, the experienced star offers so much to the cause in north London. 

Is Monreal the best left-back in the Premier League? Have your say below! 

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