Arsenal football club have been struggling a lot under Mike Arteta as their performances have not been impressive which have made some of the star players opt to leave the Emirates.
Star players like Pierre-Emirick Aubameyang, Nicholas Pepe, Willian and Alexander Lacazete have been criticized for not giving their best to the club which has left them with an option of either leaving or improving.
Some youngsters have been very impressive this season, but Mikel Arteta has limited their game time which has left some frustrated and ready to leave the club.
This made him undecided on whether he should extend his stay or leave as his contract was coming to an end this summer.
According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, 15 European clubs had offered him a way out of the Emirates with Bayer Leverkusen offering a lucrative proposition.
However, Arsenal's chied Edu and Mikel Arteta made personal pleas to Balogun in an attempt to get him stay. Their pleas seemed to work out as Balogun is willing to extend his stay at Arsenal.
Will this be a good deal?
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