There has been little mention of Mathieu Flamini leaving Arsenal this summer despite the whole world and his dog knowing that Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky and Flamini were all out of contract this summer. Matheiu was the only one of the three that actually featured in a few games last season and he wasn’t completely useless, and it seems that Wenger certainly hasn’t ruled out the idea.
The Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini is on his way to being (most likely) the richest ex-footballer in the world when he retires from football as his half-owned company GF Biochemicals goes from strength to strength in the world market, and is now in fact the world’s largest producer of an oil replacement product called levulinic acid, which is set to revolutionize the worlds dependency on oil taken from wells.
Saying Goodbye to Arsenal Players this Sunday!
Arsenal play their final game of the season this Sunday against relegated Aston Villa at home. In a game that Arsenal should definitely win (not jinxing it), it will be a chance to say goodbye to some of Arsenal’s current long serving players.
Mathieu Flamini is looking for a new club this summer, and is demanding that his current wage is met before agreeing to move.
The Frenchman has not featured in the Premier League since January, and with Arsenal currently having a full squad fit for action, his campaign looks to be over.
We are into the last two months of the current season, which means some of our favourite stars are into the later stages of their Arsenal careers.
Every Arsenal fan and his dog will tell you that the team desperately need a World-Class striker and an a new DM to compete with Francis Coquelin, as we have needed for more than a couple of years, but even before that Arsene Wenger has to find replacements for five of our players that will be surplus to requirements.
Arsenal went into half-time with a 1-0 lead and were playing very well, but just ten minutes into the second half Francis Coquelin decided to execute a crazy challenge on Harry Kane and got a second yellow to add to his first half caution. Within another 10 minutes Arsenal were 2-1 behind!
There has been much talk from the Arsenal fans discussing who they want Wenger to start against Hull City tomorrow, but I am pretty good at reading the Bosses mind and I am now going to tell you the team that he WILL name to start the game, and we will find out how I get on when he publishes the team sheet at about 12.00 tomorrow.