The Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern have been toying with the idea of offloading Shkodran Mustafi for a while now. The German centre-back has proved to be utterly useless at times for The Gunners and according to Corriere Dello Sport, via Sport Witness, Juventus could be his next club.
Corriere dello Sport | Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Fabio Paratici, both like Mustafi ‘a lot’ and are interested to sign him. #afc
— LTArsenal (@ltarsenal) 5 July 2018
Mustafi would suit a side like Juventus down to a tee. The German defender often gets caught out at the back in Arsenal’s set-up, however, that could be a lot down to the fact that Hector Bellerin next to him and Granit Xhaka in front of him always end selling the 26-year-old centre-back short. However, with the likes of Georgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli alongside him, he would no doubt be a hit in Turin.
Unai Emery has already taken steps to ensure his defence will be tougher next season. The Spanish gaffer has signed both Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos this summer already and with Lucas Torreira in the pipeline, the club will be looking to have a much tighter defence this time around. Whether Mustafi stays or not, the fans will hope he can get his career back on track be it at The Emirates or not.
You can read our local Gunners’ verdict on Mustafi here:
— Srijan Chugh (@Srijanchugh) 6 July 2018
— The Ashburton Gent (@AshburtonGent) July 5, 2018
Sell Mustafi very fast get Koulibaly or Suyoncu and make sure Mavropanos has good training
— victor shireka (@vick_viq) July 6, 2018
Anything more than 35m and he is yours Juventus
— GlobalGooners (@gooners_global) 5 July 2018
After wat aguero did to him he should be sold to the Indonesian league
— Chaxx (@NigelUnnoh) July 6, 2018
At least someone likes him
— Jay (@Jaynaldo69) July 5, 2018
Give us Benatia in return
— Aubameyangismystepdad (@messiismydad) July 5, 2018
As you can see, the Arsenal fans in the Tavern are keen to get Mustafi off their books and would love to cash in from Juevntus’ interest.
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