Arsenal have many players out on loan with opportunity to be back into Arteta's team. Despite Gunners clear out in the process. There is need to keep some notable players. But some have proven Mikel right. Now will surely be granted another chance.
After falling short in the Arsenal's starting eleven. Matteo Guendouzi left for greener pastures at Bundesliga. Arsenal loaned him out to Heatha Berlin and has been able. To express himself in the full seasons.
And now Matteo Guendouzi has wished goodbye to the Arsenal fans. As per the Sun, in his Instagram account, "Thank you, Arsenal. Thanks for everything. I will never forget the Emirates Stadium. I will never forget the fans." Concluded the Frenchman.
Meanwhile Gunners have seen their three bids rejected from different clubs. Both Ben White, Emi Buendia and Sambi Lokonga. Has seen their respective clubs turn down offers from Arsenal.
But the Gunners are still in talks with Tony Bloom over Ben White transfer. Arsenal may be on the verge of raising funds on departing players. With several players been linked with Emirates Stadium.
Most players from Arteta's camp have been linked with exits. Both Leno, Nketiah, Bellerin, Lacazette and others. The on-going Euros 2020 have seen Arsenal scout department get busy on several targets.
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