More Trouble in Arsenal Camp After Defeat to City as Coach Lables Star a 'Rebel' Ahead of Benfica.
By Kambale08 | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 9 views
Gunner's have endured a very difficult time after a series of poor results. Since the beginning of the current premier league season. Despite that famous win at Old Trafford. Nothing of much the same have followed suit.
Ahead of this mid-week fixtures, Arsenal look forward to play a tough and entruging, encounter against Benfica. After a hard fought draw in the first leg of the competition, in the round of 16 knockout stage.
Arteta is adamant to oversee a total squad overhaul at Emirates Stadium. He has proceeded to ensure. Some fridge players depart the Emirates Stadium. Ozil, Matteo, Mustafi, Saliba mention but a few.
However on Matteo leaving on loan to Hertha Berlin it's not a walk in the park. As though he has enjoyed an adequate playing time. With 17 appearances in 22 matches. He's still in major doubts as far as his future, in Germany is concerned.
As per Football.london his manager Dardai has said, "It's like puberty for him. He's kind of a rebel. He has to work and learn like an animal." He told Bild.
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