Arsenal fans react to what Guendouzi has posted on Twitter, more bad news for Arteta


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Mikel Arteta’s decisions in the transfer market haven’t gone down very well at Arsenal, it has to be said.

Leaving aside the questionable way in which £150 million was spent this summer, even the outgoings look suspect.

Arteta doesn’t appear to rate Arsenal duo William Saliba and Matteo Guendouzi at the moment and both were loaned to Marseille in Ligue 1.

And it wasn’t a good reflection on the Spaniard this past weekend when Guendouzi scored his first goal since returning to France and Saliba, in central defence, had an absolute stormer.

But it has gotten worse for the under-pressure Arsenal boss – whose side are rock bottom of the Premier League after scoring no goals and conceding nine from three games this season – because Guendouzi, a midfielder signed from Lorient in 2018, has just earned a call-up to France’s senior squad.

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The 22-year-old is uncapped by France at senior level and the fact he could make his debut, while the North Londoners are languishing bottom of their own league, is a stinker of a reflection on Arteta because on this form, he’s surely good enough for his parent club.

On Twitter, Guendouzi posted ‘Proud to make my comeback with the Blues’ after the news broke – and here’s how some fans of the Emirates Stadium club responded to him:

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