Arsenal forced to repost line-up after forgetting to include debut player

Mikel Arteta has named his first Arsenal line-up of the new Premier League season, with signings Gabriel Magalhaes and Willian making their debuts.

However, the club were forced to repost the line-up on Twitter after forgetting to tag Willian’s account.

The Spaniard continues with the back three system which served him well towards the end of last season, with Magalhaes lining up alongside Rob Holding and Kieran Tierney at the back.

Bernd Leno is given the nod in goal after returning from injury, with the impressive Emiliano Martinez not making the matchday squad amid speculation he is set for a move away to secure regular first team football.

The Arsenal team which will face Fulham
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Hector Bellerin and Ainsley Maitland-Niles retain their places as the wing-backs, with Mohamed Elneny keeping his place alongside Granit Xhaka in midfield despite Dani Ceballos returning to the club on loan.

Willian, who joined on a free transfer from Chelsea, starts in a formidable front three alongside Alexandre Lacazette and club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and they will be looking to get off to an excellent start against newly promoted Fulham.

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Arsenal unveiled new signing Willian on Friday
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