Danny Welbeck has scored four goals for Arsenal since his move from Manchester United.
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The England international was the star of the Gunners’ 4-1 Champions League victory over Galatasaray on Wednesday night, scoring a hat-trick that was reminiscent of club legend Thierry Henry.
Neville was full of praise for Welbeck’s performance and claims Blues’ central defensive duo of Gary Cahill and John Terry won’t want to face the former United striker when they take on his side at Stamford Bridge this Sunday.
“He’s unplayable at times, he’s a nightmare,” Neville told Sky Sports.
“He plays against John Terry and Gary Cahill on Sunday – they will not want to play against him. He’s quick, he’s strong, it’s just the last bit has got to be delivered more consistently.”
Although he doesn’t want to compare Welbeck and Henry, Neville believes the England striker will score ‘a bagful of goals’ if Arsene Wenger can nurture his talent like he did midway through the French legend’s career.
“What Arsene Wenger did when Thierry Henry came to Arsenal, people forget at Monaco… I played against him as a 17-year-old, he was very raw, he played as a left winger… in fact his control was poor, he wasn’t a goalscorer in those early years, however when he went to Arsenal it just completely took off for him,” the ex-right-back continued.
“They were Thierry Henry goals and I’m not going to compare him to Thierry Henry because he’s one of the best players in the world and one of the best players we ever had in the Premier League. But if Arsene Wenger can work with Danny Welbeck in the same way he did with Thierry Henry he will get an absolute bagful of goals.”
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