Turner refuses to sign a shirt after the final game for the Reeves

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Matt Turner has refused to sign a shirt for a Tottenham Hotspur fan following his final game for Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution. yesterday

 Matt Turner played his last game for New England Revolution clubs at Major League Soccer (MLS) stage yesterday evening (Sunday). 19 June 2022) The United States goalkeeper will join boyhood club Arsenal on July 1, 2022 for $10 million (approximately 352 million baht) by his last game for the Raves. It ended with a2-1  victory over Minnesota United .

         after his last game with the club Turner had the opportunity to hand out shirts with fresh autographs. To the local fans attending the UFABET game at Gillette Stadium, however, Turner did not sign every shirt requested by fans, with one fan wearing a Tottenham shirt. Nam Hotspur has asked him to sign the shirt. which the 27-year-old goalkeeper is almost already signed But after glancing at the shirt the fan was wearing, he decided not to sign it . “Oh no, it’s disgusting. It’s disgusting,” said Turner . “Nasty” 

          This made Turner look too mean or not because he hasn’t played a single match for the club. But his actions must be pleasing to the fans. Arsenal without a doubt , Aaron Ramsdale is one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League for the 2021/22 season, but Turner has pledged to do everything he can to become the “best goalkeeper” in the Premier League. The first choice goalkeeper of the Gunners

          Asked about his perception of being a substitute at the Emirates Stadium , Turner told Sky Sports News : “I can understand why they were evaluating. like that Aaron had an amazing season for Arsenal and played well throughout the year.” “Now I agree with that. I came in to push him and become the best goalkeeper I could. At the same time making him the best goalkeeper he can be. That is really my goal.”

         However , Turner added that He is expected to be very successful during his time in north London. The 27-year-old goalkeeper said, “I have high expectations. This is a club that invests heavily in player trading. And I’m the one who wants to win, I know the fans too, my expectations are the same as the fans.”