Arsenal bad boy Matteo Guendouzi is in contact with a number of top European clubs after ‘internal issues’ with Mikel Arteta

    Arsenal bad boy Matteo Guendouzi is in contact with a number of top European clubs after ‘internal issues’ with Mikel Arteta, according to French TV station TF1.

    The midfielder’s future has suddenly become very uncertain following an internal bust up which resulted in the Frenchman being dropped for Arsenal’s clash against Southampton yesterday.

    Guendouzi was involved in a clash with Brighton & Hove Albion striver Neil Maupay last weekend following Arsnel’s poor loss on the South Coast.

    Arsenal and Arteta have endured a turbulent time since the return of football.

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    There were further rumours that the former Lorient star targetted certain players talking about his higher wages, which did not go down with many football fans.

    Fast-forward six days and there is now strong talk of Arsenal boss Arteta selling his midfielder and Guendouzi could already be in contact with top European clubs.

    French TV station TF1 are suggesting Guendouzi could be in touch with big names such as Atletico Madrid, PSG, Inter Milan and Barcelona ahead of a shocking summer switch.

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