- Matteo Guendouzi could leave Arsenal this summer
- Gunners boss Mikel Arteta has given the green light for the sale of the midfielder
- The North Londoners are also eyeing a move for Lyon star Houssem Aouar in a £44m deal
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Matteo Guendouzi is reportedly set for an Arsenal exit this summer with Villarreal his next possible destination.
The Frenchman was relegated to the bench since the arrival of Mikel Arteta from Manchester City late last year.
He has now been linked with a move to join Spanish League outfit Sevilla and reunite with former boss Unai Emery ahead of the coming season.
SunSport quoting Football Insider reported that the Yellow Submarines are offering a £30 million loan-to-buy for the 21-year-old.
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old has sanctioned his sale, but the player would first embark on a season-long loan deal after which the club will seal a permanent deal valued around £30m.
The Sun reports that Arteta is desperately looking to cash in on Guendouzi, with L'Equipe reporting that the Gunners recently contacted Lyon to put an offer on the table for Houssem Aouar.
Aouar is valued at around £44 million by his current club after an impressive performance in the outgoing season.
And the Gunners are planning to include Guendouzi as part of the deal to sign the 22-year-old this summer.
Meanwhile, sources close to the club claim the French club has turned down their proposal.
Guendouzi has been frozen out of the team as he trained away from the first-team after another bust-up with Arteta.
Guendouzi infuriated his boss when he was involved in a scuffle with Neal Maupay in the 2-1 defeat to Brighton. And the pair reportedly locked horns during a mid-season training camp in Dubai.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Matteo Guendouzi has failed to congratulate his Arsenal teammates after their brilliant FA Cup win over London rivals Chelsea at Wembley.
It was a memorable moment for Arsenal stars and their fans as they beat Chelsea to win their 14th FA Cup title in history.
Before the encounter, Arsenal players knew that only a win would send them to Europe next season after their failure to finish among the top four at the just-concluded season.
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