Granit Xhaka has emerged to be a significant player for Arsenal in the midfield thus his contract extension should be the subject of talk.
Granit Xhaka extended his stay at Arsenal for one year after the deal for be signed by As Roma failed. It is clear that one year contract is coming to an end. Mikel Arteta should be thinking of extending Granit Xhaka's contract in order to be on the safe side with his midfield.
Granit Xhaka has recorded impressive performance in the past matches he has appeared for Arsenal. He has scored goals as well as providing assists. Xhaka has demonstrated the desired composure at the midfield. He is the club's assistant captain thus his presence at the pitch motivates other players to fight for a win while observing high level of discipline.
It will be prudent for Arsenal to open talks over contract extension with Xhaka's agent before it is late. Arsenal cannot afford to miss such an armor in the midfield. His exit might leave a gap that might not be filled soon.
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