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DONE DEAL: Arsenal Star Player Joins New Club

As we all know January will be a time for the 2021 transfer windows to open, therefore many Clubs in Europe have begging signing and buying of new players as well as sell or give out some in loans.

On the 31st December 2020 a report was made by Goal.com stating that an Arsenal Key player Sead Kolasinac has agreed to joined his former club Schalke 04 on a loan.

The Bosnian International defender has struggled for a regular playing time this summer and Arsenal's manager Mikel Arteta alerted that the Bosnian International would be on the move.

Sead Kolasinac is on his way back to Schalke after agreeing a loan move from Arsenal.

The Bosnia & Herzegovina international full-back has struggled for regular playing time this season and manager Mikel Arteta dropped a broad hint that the defender would be on the move when suggesting the club needed to trim their playing staff.

Schalke acted swiftly to bring the 27-year-old back to the club he left for Arsenal in 2017, signing him on loan for the remainder of the season.

With faith in him sead hoped to help his former club away from any disappointment as already the German Bundesliga are at the bottom of the table. After playing 13 games they have only four points.

" I am happy and proud to be wearing the royal blue of Schalke 04 once again," Kolasinac told Bundesliga.com.

 According to Mikel Arteta he stated it clear that Kolasinac isn't the only player who will be getting out of Emirates Stadium in January transfer Window.

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