Overlooked Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan expanded his loan spell at Roma until the campaign’s end, with an agreement to remain in Series the following season as well.
At the start of the 2019/20 season, the 31-year-old was dispatched off to Stadio Olimpico after battling to make the ideal impact at Arsenal.
The Armenian hasn’t played as much as he loves in Rome however has made a significant impact for I Giallorossi, netting six times in 15 Series A games-relative to his time in northern London at least.
Roma has now reached an agreement to broaden the deal-one that will see Mkhitaryan stay in the Italian capital until the finish of his Arsenal contract, which is set to terminate at the finish of next season.
Mkhitaryan told the official site of Roma: “I am happy. I ‘m pleased to draw out my stay here because I despise everything have things I haven’t yet done that I’d prefer to achieve. I can’t wait for it.”
Guido Fienga, CEO of Roma, added: “We are enchanted that Henrikh has decided to stay with us and assist us with keeping through. The goals of the club have not changed and we despite everything want our club players, as Micki, to show their ambition, duty, and dedication, to speak to our club and fans in the correct way. I trust Micki remains in Roma for quite a while and I might want to congratulate him on his child’s introduction to the world here, too.”
This move viably closes Mkhitaryan ‘s career at Arsenal-one that saw the previous Dortmund Borussia star-making 59 appearances for the club, scoring nine goals. He has kept on doing admirably before the target on the international stage during his career-netting for Armenia on 29 occasions.
After the interruption because of the Covid-19 crisis, Henrikh started in the two matches played by Roma since the Championship continued. The Giallorossi despite everything has 10 Series A matches left to play and is planned for August for the Europa League final game.