Without having access to a massive data analytical database and polling ten thousand Arsenal fans it is impossible to give an accurate reflection on what exactly the fans want when it comes to Granit Xhaka but one can have a damn good guess.
You get a feeling for these things and apart from the odd person that wants to see Xhaka as captain or claiming he could be great given more time the feeling I get is that most fans would happily see him leave for the right price.
Confidence is low that he will all of a sudden improve after three years of mediocrity and that if a decent enough bid comes in, say between £30-£40 Million then it makes sense for Arsenal to take that money and invest it in a player that would be an upgrade.
But is it as simple as that, you have to remember that Xhaka was in an Arsene Wenger team that was grossly underperforming and last season was under a new manager adopting a new style of play.
Point is, has Xhaka really had the opportunity to show us what he is capable of on a consistent basis? He is just 26 and still has his best years ahead of him, he is clearly talented but has never quite shown us what he is truly capable of.
Under the right circumstances and next season could be that time he may well excel, it is a valid point to say that he simply has not been allowed to be at his best for the last three seasons.
But how far can that argument be pushed, players in clubs below Arsenal like Ryan Fraser at Bournemouth of Wilfred Ndidi at Leicester City have shown they can play at a high level for their team even when surrounded by mediocrity.
Personally, I would sell him for anything above £30 Million but I do understand the alternative points of view that I have expressed a little in this article.