Premier league side Arsenal are closely monitoring the progress of their loaned players and it is likely they may opt against signing another centre back in the summer after witnessing Konstantinos Mavropanos flourish in the Bundesliga with Stuttgart.
The Greek centre back has been tipped by former Arsenal's head of recruitment Sven Mslintant to develop into a dependable centre back in years to come and the gunners need to hand him an extended run in the side when he returns.
The now Stuttgart centre back still believes he has a future at Arsenal but has not ruled out spending next season away from the Emirates stadium.
"Things can change quickly in football. I still have two months here in Stuttgart and would like to end the season with the team as high up as possible.The door at VfB is open for me to stay another year that’s very good, but I can only think specifically about the future when we have talks with Arsenal for the new season."Mavropanos said.
Many Arsenal fans believe the defender deserves to be in the first team squad as David Luiz's contract is up in the summer and he is yet to agree to a new contract with the fan base expressing their desire to see him partner Gabriel Magalhaes.
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