The 38-years-old Spaniard who took over the north London clubs job back in December, featured Matteo Guendouzi in his two opening games as football returned to the Premier league, but the star got involved in a nasty fight against Brighton keyman Neal Maupay, that lead to the Frenchman grabbing his opponent neck and reportedly abusing his opponent teammates.
He narrowly escape a three match ban from FA but was discipline by the gunners club by dropping the starter from the starting IX team.
Meanwhile, the latest report has stated that his agent Philippe Nabe, is reportedly planning to meet with Arsenal board next week to discuss the future of his client Matteo Guendouzi, who's has been sideline due to his refusal to apologise to the club.
It is noted that since his ill-disciplined showing against Brighton & Hove Albion last month, Frenchman has not made a single first-team appearance for the Gunners. However, his agent to set to know the next step to take on his client been dropped from his spot.
Matteo Guendouzi reportedly had a meeting with the Gunners board and the gunners manager about his ill behavior but the Frenchman is believed to have refused to apologise for his behaviour, subsequently resulting in his removal from training with the first-team squad and forcing him to face the exit door.
No doubt, it was reported that the 21-years-old France international was linked with a move away from the London club, but ESPN claims that his representative Nabe is set to hold talks with Arteta and the Gunners head of football Raul Sanllehi.
The report added that the French midfielder Guendouzi, would prefer to stay at the North London outfit, despite his current situation at the club.
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