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Matteo Guendouzi told how he can gain Mikel Arteta’s trust and save Arsenal career



Matteo Guendouzi

The Arsenal Way team understands Matteo Guendouzi can still have a future at Arsenal if he puts his personality dilemmas to one side and gets back in Arteta’s good books.

During large parts of his playing days at Arsenal, Matteo Guendouzi had impressed the fans with multiple solid performances which at one stage saw him one of the first names on the team sheet.

However, since the entrance of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, it’s thought to be speculated that he and Guendouzi have clashed over several things, mainly down to the player’s attitude.

In the latest agenda shown by The Arsenal Way, Bailey Keogh was supported by Chris Davison and Guy Clarke to discuss all things Arsenal, including the uncertain future of Matteo Guendouzi.

Davison kickstarted the discussion by explaining how Guendouzi can still have a chance at the Gunners and why it would financially benefit the club.

CD: “Arteta said it would be wrong for him to say Guendouzi has played his last game in an Arsenal shirt because technically he’s still an Arsenal player. There have been reports that there’s a clause in his loan deal that makes it a permanent one so it’s looking likely he has played his last game in an Arsenal shirt.

“It’s a shame but it’s the situation that’s developed. Mikel Arteta, although he’s kept fairly quiet about Guendouzi’s attitude and the problems they’ve encountered, there’s been reporters, players, coaches in France that have said similar things about his attitude and body language.

“He can act like a kid sometimes and must get his priorities right and be more focused. It happens in football especially with young players and it is a shame because Guendouzi’s a talented player.

 It left me in a position where I’m thinking Arsenal can save a lot of money if we can get him back into the team and put him back into Mikel Arteta’s plans, handing him the job of replacing Granit Xhaka when he potentially leaves or even re-calling him whilst Xhaka is out.

“But I know things don’t quite work as easily as that. There’s a lot of things that have gone on and we’ll have to look at the situation at the end of the season. If he can sort his attitude out and get his priorities right and grows as a player, grows as a person then I’d love him back at Arsenal because I think he’s got a lot of talent.”

Clarke then had his say and was less confident about the Frenchman’s Arsenal future.

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