Arteta challenges Matteo Guendouzi to get his Arsenal career back on track

Matteo Guendouzi’s Arsenal future seems to be on the line after his latest antics didn’t go down well with Mikel Arteta.

The young Frenchman seems to be a hot head and has been struggling to control himself recently.

He was axed from the latest Arsenal team for their match against Southampton because of the troubles he caused against Brighton.

Reports have now claimed that he is looking to move on from the Emirates (Football365) in the summer and that the Gunners would most likely listen to offers for him.

However, Mikel Arteta seems to have kept the door open for the Frenchman and every member of the current Arsenal team to buy into his plans to restructure Arsenal and make them a big team again.

He was recently responding to a potential exit for Guendouzi and insisted that whatever the club decides as a disciplinary measure stays with the team before adding that he is counting on every member of his squad.

‘Whatever internal issues we have, we will deal with them privately and I am never going to make any of that public,’ Arteta said responding to a possible Guendouzi exit, as quoted by the Mail.  

‘All the players that are here, I am counting on them. If they want to jump on the boat, they are more than welcome and that is always my mindset. I am here to help all of them to improve individually and collectively and that is my job.’  

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7 Comments

  1. Skills1000 says:

    He should be sold asap. He is Not good enough. Sell him now.

  2. Kenneth Groom says:

    You have to keep him he going to be a world star.

    1. jon fox says:

      On what evidence except biased hope then? Do tell! Other than passion and an ability to change direction of play he brings precious little to almostall games. He neither scores, nor assists, makes few key passes, is a loose cannon too, does not track back and in fact does not do the basic jobs even a run of the mill midfielder should do. So your laughable comment needs a plausible explanation, other than the true one I outlined above(biased hope!), if it is not to be derided.

  3. Sergio says:

    I remember when he first started playing for us and he had great vision and energy. Now he just gets caught out of position and makes rash tackles.

    If there’s truth in his attitude problems and his response to his disciplinary is to ask to leave then we should sell him – I don’t want someone with such an arrogant ego at this club.

    We bought this kid from Ligue 2 in to the PL and made him a household name. I agree with Maupay that he should learn some humility. I hope he changes his mind and tries to work on things with us.

  4. Kenneth Groom says:

    You have to keep him he going to be a world star. I have been Arsenal since 1948 my idol was Charlie George this player is the most exciting since that time. He plays like he loves the club sort him out.

    1. Crispen says:

      He is obviously good enough otherwise those teams would not be interested.
      Keep him for another year. If he doesn’t adjust sell… His value will have gone up by then and at least we can make more mula from him.

  5. Gunner4life says:

    Agree with Jon Fox. His stats are abysmal, ability average, mentality nasty. He rarely retrieves possession. Is not creative or positive with the ball. Very easy to go past as he is very slow to turn and can’t read the game. We are better without him. Sell him and invest wisely. Arsenal are simply too good for him!

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