Arsenal loanee and current star send messages to the departing Kolasinac

Sead Kolasinac has become the latest player to swap Arsenal for Olympique Marseille in this campaign.

The Bosnian ended his uninspiring time at the Emirates by terminating his Arsenal deal to join the French club.

The club has Matteo Guendouzi and William Saliba on loan at the Orange Vélodrome.

Both players are doing well and we expect to welcome back Saliba, but uncertainty still surrounds the future of Guendouzi.

Kolasinac has hardly played an important role at the Emirates since Mikel Arteta became the club’s manager.

They had expected that he would run down his contract and leave at the end of this season.

However, it has happened sooner and some players, including present and former Arsenal stars, have sent him their wishes.

He published an image with a message to the Marseille fans on his Instagram account. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Guendouzi both responded.

The former Arsenal captain wrote: “Good luck bro”

Guendouzi added: “Welcome my brother”

Just Arsenal Opinion

It is refreshing to see Arsenal offload the players who have held the club back with bad performances for so long.

Kolasinac hardly impressed during his time at the club and he has spent the last two seasons mostly earning his pay from the bench.

Hopefully, Arteta will replace him with a much better player from the transfer market in the summer.

Tags Matteo Guendouzi Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang


  1. I like Dead so much, he is such a good man. I will always remember an act of human he did to put his life in danger to save Ozil
    I Wish him good luck

    1. How did he save Ozil’s life? I’d really like to know.
      But for Arseblog to make that statement is disgusting, he put in some good performances (better than, say, Mustafi) and really deserves more respect.

  2. I don’t understand how a player can “hold the club back” if he doesn’t play and isn’t put up for transfer, while being payed exactly what the club agreed to pay him.

  3. If Arteta wants Arsenal to improve he must show Xaka the door. Arsenal is not a preschool to teack Xaka discipline. He demoralises the players and us. Everytime the team peaks up momentum he comes in and pulls them back with childish red card. Can he just leave.

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