Great News as Arsenal Star Declares 'I Will Work Hard for the Shirt' After Gunner's Win Over Spurs
By Kambale08 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 1912 views
Gunner's won and have all the bragging rights. After a hard fought battle against North London rivals Spur's. Much into many Arsenal fans expectations, the Gunner's have delivered when it matters the most.
As almost immediately Arteta took over from Unai. He started he's squad overhaul which, saw many players exit Emirates Stadium. Of all the players who left, is Matteo who joined Hertha Berlin.
After seeing his play time very limited under Mikel. He opted for a season long loan move to the German side. And he has been speaking ahead of his end of season long spell. And a possible return to Emirates Stadium.
He has been speaking to France Football, "I am focused on my season with Hertha Berlin. I belong to Arsenal for another year. I will work hard for the shirt as I have always done." As per TheGuardian.
It will be a tough decision for Mikel to make. As he also looks forward to a perfect partner to Thomas Partey. Who looks not settled yet since his arrival last summer. With plenty of midfielders being linked with moves to Arsenal.
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