[IMAGE] Mustafi sends classy farewell message to Arsenal fans

The German World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi has had a very up-and-down relationship with Arsenal fans since his arrival four and a half years ago from Valencia, and he could have left in any of the last three transfer windows before finally departing for Schalke04 in January.

He is tasked with helping Sead Kolasinac in helping Schalke to avoid relegation this season, but he took some time to send this classy message to Arsenal fans on arriving in Germany….

And good luck to you in the Bundesliga Musti!


    1. Best of luck Musti. We’ve had some really great times with you as our defender. Remember that debut season where we were unbeaten in every game he played till he got injured. All the best to you and Sead.

  1. One thing I’ll say about Mustafi, he is a true professional. He showed up, put the work in, and didn’t gripe, whine, or throw temper tantrums.

    I wish him nothing but the best, sorry it didn’t work out here at Arsenal, better luck with his career and success.

  2. Such a classy message from a player who suffered some terrible abuse from a section of our fan base.
    Some of that abuse was self inflicted with the glaring errors he made, but he showed in this message just what it meant to wear the shirt of Arsenal….good luck in the future and I hope you and Kolasinac prove to be the success Schalke want you to be.

  3. I certainly don’t wish Mustafi any ill will, but I’m elated to see him playing elsewhere….frankly, I would be surprised if he actually penned this himself…this sort of PR move seems to be par for the course in this social media age…I would be much more interested in hearing his truth about his time at the Emirates, like his thoughts on the 3 managers(not including Freddie) he worked under or some insight regarding the Sanchez, Ozil and even Saliba scenarios…of course, that will never happen, but if it did that would be the greatest parting gesture ever

  4. Respect is due Mustafi. All the best and thanks for your efforts in winning the cup twice and scoring in the NLD
    Happy days!

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