Greek footballer and Arsenal Football Club defender, Konstantinos Mavropanos, has joined Stuttgart on loan for the 2020/2021 season. Konstantinos Mavropanos signed a new deal with Arsenal before completing his loan move to German side, Stuttgart.
The 22-year-old was signed by Arsenal from PAS Giannina on 4 January 2018. He made his Premier League debut for Arsenal in a 2-1 defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford on 29 April 2018. Since signing for the Gunners, he has made 8 appearances in all competitions for Arsenal without recording a goal to his name.
Konstantinos Mavropanos who struggled for game time with Arsenal decided to move to FC Nurnberg on loan in January. During his stay at Nurnberg, he made only six appearances in all competitions for the club as he produced some outstanding performances which saw him being named as Man of the Match in his second and third game for the club, before he picked up an injury while making a crucial goal line clearance in his fourth match for the club. We wish Konstantinos Mavropanos a fruitful 2020/2021 season with Stuttgart.
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