Arsenal experienced Midfielder also Swiss International captain Granit Xhaka has break silence since his arrivals from long holiday, immediately after playing a key role in Arsenal vs Chelsea pre seasons friendly match despite a 2-1 lose, citing fans to mixed talks.
Via his Facebook account, the sole goal score for Mikel Arteta side, hint on possibility of penning long term deal with Arsenal, despite As Roma link that seemingly broke down after the two clubs failed to agree on price when latter £12 + £3millions add on rejected by the Arsenal who demand.
Seemingly enjoying the Emirates atmosphere, Xhaka penned, "It dealt really good to be at home, with emoji of love." Showing how strongly the former captain loves North London.
Following his remarks, Arsenal fans had this to say;
Adamu: I hope you intend to stay at this home for many more years, please stay home Granit.
Alfred: Welcome back captain and team leaders you instrumental to this team especially midfield organising teammates congratulations Granit, we love you.
Xhaka is therefore looking forward to prepare for Arsenal last pre seasons fixture with North London, Tottenham Hotspurs rivals next week amid set to face of Brentford in first Premier League fixture on 13th, August in what is seems a do or die season for Mikel's side, focusing on return to Champions League contest.
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