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‘Sometimes a child needs to be disciplined’: Arsenal fans hopeful for Guendouzi redemption

Numerous Gunners dependable figure the Frenchman will grow up lastly bounce on Arteta's pontoon following a year from north London. 

Matteo Guendouzi left the Emirates for Hertha Berlin on the cutoff time day. He has not played for the Gunners since the Neal Maupay episode in June. 

In any case, there is no buyout alternative in his credit manage the Bundesliga side. It implies that following summer, the midfielder will re-visitation of north London. 

Also, Arsenal fans trust the Frenchman re-visitations of the club a more full grown part in June. 

Lazy_ML on Reddit: "I generally felt like he required a credit yet we were unable to bear to release him. I think this is great open door for him to improve his game. 

"Concerning his mentality, he's only a child. A great deal of footballers have poop mentalities at that age and afterward simply grow up. He can do it as well. I truly trust he can turn it around and have a profession at Arsenal." 

Rib Asifat, "Well some of the time a kid should be focused and give him he's key. There are various sorts of restorative technique for players. So now he will learn better how to comport himself and put his feelings under check." 

Britton120 on Reddit: "He is 21 years of age (same age as Willock and Emile Smith Rowe is 20), no explanation he can't get to that point. Elneny and Xhaka are both 28 and won't be hugely improving their play now, they may improve their creation with the consideration of Partey yet they are at or close to their roofs as of now. In 3/4 years it is impossible Xhaka and Elneny will be on the crew." 

Elothel on Reddit: "Great advance. A solid, distinctive group, incredible city, a club where he has a genuine chance of being a pioneer and a first group ordinary and sufficient opportunity to cause our fans to disregard his jokes - presently it's everything up to him.

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