Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka hints at Borussia Monchengladbach return as he says the ‘doorways will likely be open’ if the Bundesliga aspect is ‘keen’ to convey him again on the finish of his contract
- Granit Xhaka joined Arsenal from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016 for £35m
- The Swiss midfielder is contracted on the Emirates till the top of 2023-2024
- Xhaka says he would think about a return to Germany on the finish of his present deal
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka could be keen to rejoin former membership Borussia Monchengladbach when his present deal expires.
The Swiss worldwide spent 4 seasons on the Bundesliga aspect earlier than becoming a member of Arsenal for £35m in 2016.
Xhaka is contracted to the Gunners till 2024 and could be thinking about a return to Monchengladbach if the German aspect had been additionally .
Granit Xhaka is contracted at Arsenal till the top of the 2023-24 season when he’ll be 32
He mentioned on the Mit Geredet podcast: ‘I by no means made the transfer from Borussia to Arsenal for the cash. It was a dream for me to play in England.
‘I’ve simply prolonged my contract, which nonetheless has two and a half years to run.
‘Then I will be 32, and if Max Eberl (Monchengladbach’s director of sport) is keen to convey me again once I’m 32, my door will likely be open.’
Xhaka although could be keen to re-join Borussia Monchengladbach on the finish of his deal
Xhaka would be part of if Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl ‘is keen’
Xhaka signed a one-year contract extension with Arsenal over the summer season, following curiosity from Jose Mourinho’s Roma.
The 29-year-old is presently out of motion after he was pressured off in September’s 3-1 victory over Tottenham within the north London derby.
He suffered a medial knee ligament harm and was anticipated to be sidelined on the time for 3 months.
Xhaka has been out of motion for the final two months with a medial knee ligament harm
Regardless of a agency fan favorite at Monchengladbach, he has not had such a well-liked repute on the Emirates.
He has typically been seen as one of many causes for Arsenal’s on discipline points over latest seasons and was stripped of the captain’s armband after he threw it on to the ground in an offended response to being booed by Gunners followers of their draw with Crystal Palace in October 2019.
Since becoming a member of Arsenal he has scored 13 targets in 225 appearances.