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Arsenal ‘tell Matteo Guendouzi he has played last game for club and WILL be sold in £25m transfer in summer’ after loan

ARSENAL have told Matteo Guendouzi he has played his last game for the club and will be sold in the summer, reports say.

The Frenchman was shipped on loan to Hertha Berlin in Germany at the start of the season.

It came after Guendouzi fell out with manager Mikel Arteta, when the Spaniard returned to the Emirates in 2019.

Arsenal looked at selling the midfielder in the summer, offering him in swap deals.

But they had to settle for a loan, with Guendouzi since making 18 appearances for Hertha.

He has impressed in the Bundesliga, sparking hope he could return to Arsenal once his spell away expires.

But according to Football Insider, Arteta has no plans in bringing Guendouzi back into his squad.

And Arsenal are even said to be dropping his price tag from £30million to £25m in an attempt to attract buyers.

But with the 21-year-old entering the final year of his contract at the end of this season, the Gunners could struggle to move him on.

Recently, Guendouzi has started three of the last four on the bench.

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Hertha boss Pal Dardai told Bild last month: "It's like puberty for him, he's kind of a rebel. He has to work and learn like an animal."

Guendouzi burnt his bridges with Arteta following a bust-up at a Dubai training camp in February last year.

And after a red card in an altercation with Brighton's Neal Maupay last season, the rebel was not seen in the Premier League again.

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