Arsenal needs to extend Granit Xhaka's contract if they need to be on the safe side of competing for the title in the coming years.
Granit Xhaka signed for contract extension of one year according to Arsenal's official website. His contract is likely to come to an end soon yet Mikel Arteta has not even thought of extending his stay. Besides that, Arsenal do not have his replacement hence the need for his stay.
Granit Xhaka is among Arsenal's key players in the midfield. His compactness and pass accuracy has helped Arsenal to get best results in the past matches. Besides providing assists, Granit Xhaka has also scored goals for Gunners. His combination with Thomas Partey has made Arsenal to have the strongest midfield in the English Premier League.
Indeed, Granit Xhaka is an armor in Arsenal. Mikel Arteta should be thinking about his contract extension since he is a good player whom Arsenal cannot afford to loose. It is with hope that Mikel Arteta will extend his stay at Emirate Stadium.
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