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Mikel Arteta lost patience with Matteo Guendouzi

Mikel Arteta lost patience with Matteo Guendouzi
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Arsenal could choose to sell Matteo Guendouzi as Mikel Arteta ‘s patience with the promising midfielder has started to lose.

Guendouzi, 21, is viewed as a future star and has indicated that he has great potential since moving to north London two years ago.

All through his spell at the Emirates, however, inquiries regarding his attitude also surfaced, and such issues came to the front the last end of the week and came about in Guendouzi hitting back pages.

After Brighton ‘s defeat by Arsenal, he was shot grabbing Neal Maupay ‘s throat, also allegedly taunting Seagulls players about their wages during the match.

And Arteta is becoming increasingly frustrated at Guendouzi’s antics, according to the Daily Mail, having watched out for him all through his spell as manager.

It is claimed that the Spanish coach has monitored Guendouzi since, not long after his appointment, he watched training footage back and saw the youthful midfielder act up.

Guendouzi just began two of Arteta’s initial ten matches in charge, yet since the Premier League season continued, he’s been chosen from the start for both Arsenal’s fixtures.

And he’s in the image to play again as the Gunners visit Southampton tomorrow evening, having avoided a review ban to catch Maupay ‘s throat.

Earlier this week, Guendouzi ‘s attitude issues were revealed on talkSPORT as Arsenal ‘s great Perry Groves got some inside information about the French youth.

Forests said: “I’ve heard a couple of things that haven’t been great about Guendouzi’s attitude, about having a touch of lowliness. You want your players to be certain and somewhat arrogant on the pitch, however, he’s sufficiently bad to circumvent giving individuals verbally and giving individuals stick. In the event that Maupay has been getting it in his ear all game from Guendouzi, and then he scores the champ, he’s absolutely inside his entitlement to go, ‘really, what have you got the chance to say now? Would you like to give me a stick? I’ve quite recently scored the victor!. And for Guendouzi to then grab him around the throat – which will get him a ban – somebody needs to advise him to wind his neck in and concentrate on playing.”

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