The Frenchman joined the German side on loan for the rest of this season after falling out with Mikel Arteta at the Emirates.
He hadn’t played for the Gunners since Project Restart and he looked set to remain on the sidelines this season as well.
However, Hertha made a move for him and the Gunners agreed to allow him to have a temporary spell with them in this campaign.
The midfielder has seen more action than he have gotten had he stayed at the Emirates.
There have been reports of his troublesome side surfacing at the German side, however, Friedrich has now praised him.
The football executive says he heard of the midfielder’s troublesome past but he has been of exemplary behaviour since he has been at the German side.
"Standard Sport quoted Friedrich as saying that when you talk about Guendouzi and see his skills, you realize that he is a great player"
I also read that he had problems at Arsenal, but here he behave and performed very well. He goes all out on the pitch
"he is an excellent professional. The situation of Guendouzi confirms that we must always understand how to help the players and that it is worthwhile to have a talent like him."
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