The 2020/2021 season failures of Arsenal seem to be haunting them all through until they get back to their winning ways under Mikel Arteta.
However, these failures have got some highly rated players seek for moves away which is touted to be a process of overhauling and reshuffling the squad.
Among the departing players is young Frenchman Matteo Guendozi who failed to find a place in Mikel Arteta's squad since Unai Emery was sacked from Arsenal.
Speaking after the move to Marseille, Matteo Guendozi revealed that one thing that hurt him a lot at the Emirates Stadium is that the club failed to qualify for European competitions which was not expected.
Guendozi was quoted saying on Bild that: "To see that the club failed to qualify for a European competition for the first time in 25 years hurts deeply. That affects me emotionally a lot.
Arsenal are a big club in Europe that deserve to be in the Champions League every year. That's normal for me, an institution like this deserves only the best."
Should this have been the major reason for the youngster to push for a move away even though he was frozen out of the squad by Mikel Arteta?
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