Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi has supposedly told the club that he wishes to leave, and has agreed a move with Inter Milan. The German international joined the club from Valencia in a reported £35 Million deal only last summer, and after a rocky opening campaign, is now being linked with the exit door.
Arsene Wenger could not rule out an exit for Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi this summer.
The German international joined the club from Valencia last summer in a reported £35 Million move, and endured a rocky opening campaign at the Emirates.
Shkodran Mustafi has become the centre of speculation over the past week, with a few clubs believed to be keen on tempting him away from Arsenal, and a swap-deal involving Marcelo Brozovic is now being mooted.
There is seven days remaining of this summer’s transfer window, and so far we have failed to strengthen sustainably.
Our squad doesn’t appear to be light of options, but we have a number of issues within our squad including injuries and contract sagas, and question marks remain on whether we will hold onto the players we have.
Italian champions Juventus are keen on a move to sign Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal this summer supposedly.
The Old Lady sold Leonardo Bonucci this summer to AC Milan, with the Italian having fallen out with manager Massimiliano Allegri during the previous campaign, and are yet to replace the international star.
Arsenal lost two players during the weekend’s win over Everton, and a third defender is now a strong doubt for the FA Cup final against Chelsea.
The Gunners beat Everton 2-1 yesterday in the final Premier League fixture of the season, but that win was not enough to seal a place in the top four, and will now have to settle for Europa League competition next term.
Ian Wright believes that Arsenal defender Rob holding deserves to be ahead of both Shkodran Mustafi and Gabriel Paulista.
The Gunners signed both Mustafi and Holding last summer for contrasting values, with the former costing a whopping £35 Million, compared to only £2.5 Million for the young Englishman.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Lucas Perez, David Ospina and Shkodran Mustafi have returned to training this week.
The Gunners play host to Manchester United on Super Sunday in what could all-but end our hopes of finishing inside the top-four for the first time in 21 years.