The former Lorient man, Guendouzi confirms Arsenal exit


Matteo Guendouzi

Matteo Guendouzi has affirmed that he will be walk away from Arsenal ahead supposedly move to Marseille.

Guendouzi lost the confident of Mikel Arteta after his encounter with Brighton & Hove Albion's Neal Maupay during the 2019-20 campaign, and he has not featured for the Gunners since.

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Guendouzi spent the 2020-21 campaign on loan at Hertha Berlin, who refused the opportunity to sign him on a permanent basis, and he is now taken to have accepted a four-year deal with Marseille to return to France.

On Guendouzi took to Twitter to confirm his Arsenal exit, saying: "I will never forget the Emirates Stadium. I will never forget the fans. I won't forget the city.

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"I will never forget everything I've been through here. I will never forget that my only will was to defend with pride Arsenal colors.

"Thanks to all of those who believed in me during my time here, during the good and the bad moments. I can only wish the best to the club and its fans who deserve so much, trust me! Good bye Arsenal, I will never forget and will be a gooner forever."

Franchman scored one goal in 82 outings for the club, and the Arsenal are reportedly ready to pocket approximately £10m from his departure.