“No, not at all” Arsenal fans will love what Guendouzi has to say

Matteo Guendouzi hasn’t given up on having a career at Arsenal even though he fell out with Mikel Arteta when he was at the club.

The Frenchman is currently on loan at Hertha Berlin, where he has rediscovered some of his best form.

His performance in Germany has caught the attention of some teams and Arsenal will also have watched him do better.

However, it seems that his time under Arteta is over and the Gunners will only use his return to form to get a big transfer fee when they sell him.

The midfielder, on the other hand, is still confident that he has unfinished business at the Emirates.

He has had problems with Arteta in the past and with the Spaniard still the gaffer at the Emirates, one would think that Guendouzi would have given up on an Arsenal career.

However, he was asked if his time with the Gunners was over recently and he said that isn’t the case. He then admitted that this would be an important summer for him when he returns from Berlin.

When asked about his career at Arsenal being over, he told France Football “No, not at all.

“Now, I am focused on my season with Hertha Berlin.

“Next, we will have a sit down with my entourage and people at the club to think and discuss the future.

“I am still an Arsenal player. This summer will be a decisive moment.”

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  1. Matteo if developed properly could be the next Zinedine zidane for france. His style of play ability to change direction is wonderful. He now needs the skill elevation process – the unique zidane touch, turns, flare and speed. After that trust me. He can be a midfield general if developed and given that freedom. Like a ozil and viera combine with a little Hazard in the mix. Arsenal never really had a player like him before.

    1. Never had one so arrogant, that’s for sure. And your attempt to paint him as the next Zidane is an hilariously wrong one. I will bet my house that he wil not be our player come next seasons start.
      There is no way that Arteta is ever going to welcome back an immature trouble maker, That is a certainty. He will return only temporarily while his permanent next club is found.

  2. Mateo is a skillful player his style of play suit Arsenal style of play. He deserved to be given opportunity to become a complete & best midfielder.

  3. For Pre Season get Matteo back along with Dino & Saliba in to the fold.

    Chambers, Willock, Torreira, Luiz, Elneny can all go so they can take their place.

    Mari, Gabriel, Holding, Saliba & Dino for next season for CB. Alot of games and injuries in a season.

    Get Ødegaard on loan for another season then he is down to his last year of his madrid deal, send Cabellos back.

    Laca & Bellerin need sold and replaced along with a LB cover for Teirney.

    Still need a CM but that will be a bonus in someone like Bissouma.

  4. This guy has trouble making the starting lineup for a bang average, at best, team who has lately been using a 5 man midfield…so either he’s vastly overrated or he’s such a troublemaker that he’s simply not worth the effort or potential locker room risks

    1. I think no matter what he has done that the manager doesn’t like, the manager should think of the team first. Matteo is a very good player. Better than many that Arteta has in the team today that are keeping the team back. But because of Arteta’s, he kept Matteo and Ozil on the free box. Very childish. Thats what his compatriot Guardiola did to Yaya Toure few years ago to frustrate Toure.

  5. Guendouzi always seemed vastly overrated to me. I’ve seen fans compare him to Fabregas, Vieira, Pirlo and even Beckenbauer. Now I can add Zidane to the list. He may well make it as a decent premier league player in a few years time but I can’t see him ever getting remotely close to the level of players mentioned. . At present he starts games on the bench for a struggling Hertha Berlin. Hopefully we will get £5m to £10m for him this summer

  6. There have been many players over the years with bags of potential but lacking in other areas. For Guendouzi to go to the next level he probably needs a little introspection – time out to consider all aspects of what being a top footballer entails and reform his previous/present behaviour

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