Europa League: Arsenal fans tell Emery to exclude Mustafi from squad to face Chelsea

Europa League: Arsenal fans tell Emery to exclude Mustafi from squad to face Chelsea

- Europa League final clash will see Arsenal battle Chelsea for the UEFA second tier title

- They defeated Valencia 7-3 over two legs to reach their first final in the competition over a decade

- Gunners fans want Emery to leave Mustafi out of the squad that will face Blues at the Baku Olympic Stadium on May 29

Arsenal fans have jokingly begged Unai Emery to leave Shkodran Mustafi and Mohamed Elneny out of his squad that will face Chelsea in the final of the Europa League final this month.

The Gunners beat Spanish League side Valencia 7-2 on aggregate to book their ticket for the final of the UEFA second tier championship.

Having won the first leg of the fixture 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium a week ago, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang produced an impressive performance for the north Londoners in Spain on Thursday.

The Gabon international scored a hat-trick while his strike partner Alexandre Lacazette scored one to render Kevin Gameiro's brace mere consolation at the end of the game.

Excited Arsenal fans according to SunSport however did not let the excitement get into their head as they told the manager to find solution to his side's centre-back.

Mustafi has made school-boy errors leading to goals - and fans on Twitter joked the 27-year-old should be left off the plane to Azerbaijan.

One said: "Leave Mustafi and Elneny in London." Another said: "We need leaders more than ever in our team. Someone has to step up and hide Mustafi’s passport before the final."

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One commented: "No Mustafi. No problem." Another commented: "In all you do, do not start Mustafi. Thank you." earlier reported that Premier League giants Arsenal are through to this season's Europa League final following their 4-2 victory over Valencia at Estadio Mestalla.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a hat-trick in the game while Alexandre Lacazette scored once to see the Gunners claim 4-2 win over their Spanish opposition.

The north Londoners will now battle Chelsea in the final of the competition later this month. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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