Hertha Berlin ‘hope to secure permanent deal for Matteo Guendouzi’ while Arsenal uprising continues in full swing at Bundesliga loan
- Matteo Guendouzi has been on loan at German side Hertha Berlin since October
- He was banned from Arsenal training after grabbing Neal Maupay’s neck
- The Frenchman has played well and has been a regular starter for the German side
It has been reported that Hertha Berlin are looking to loan Matteo Guendouzi a permanent move with the Arsenal revolution continuing to be a big hit for the German outfit.
The French midfielder has been loaned out for the 2020-21 campaign after a breakdown in his relationship with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta.
He had been mainstream in his first season under Unai Emery, playing 48 times in all competitions, but fell out of favor during the opening months of Arteta’s tenure.
It is reported that Hertha Berlin hopes to make Matteo Guendouzi’s move permanent
The Gunners boss has banned the 21-year-old from first-team training after a series of disappointments, including an ugly spat by compatriot Neal Maupay against Brighton at the back end of the season. last season.
Guendouzi grabbed the striker’s neck after the match and reportedly mocked the Brighton players ’salary compared to his own.
Since then the 21-year-old has made a clear start on life in Germany, getting a regular starter birth and scoring and assisting in seven appearances.
Guendouzi has made a huge impact on Germany and has started the last six Bundesliga games at his side.
And now Der Tagesspiegel reports that the Bundesliga side is actively exploring the option of holding.
Hertha leader Bruno Labbadia recently said: ‘Guendouuzi is very, very valuable to us. We’re glad we were able to sign up.
‘He’s a really good, really good footballer, who has a good sense of place and is technically strong.
‘Matteo is someone who has no refuge. Even though he is young, he will provide guidance. ‘