- Sead Kolasinac has left Premier League side Arsenal for a move to Schalke
- Lack of active playing time forced the Bosnian footballer out of the Emirates stadium
- Arsenal have not been performing well this season in the Premier League
Bosnian professional footballer Sead Kolasinac has completed a loan move to German giants Schalke after spending three years with the North London club.
Sead Kolasinac came through Schalke's youth system ten years ago before completing a transfer to Premier League giants Arsenal in 2017.
However, the Gunners only agreed to send the 27-year-old defender back to Germany on loan where he will be for the next six months of his career.
According to the report on Mirror, Sead Kolasinac will decide whether to stay permanently at Schalke at the end of the season or make a return to the Emirates stadium.
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"I'm happy and proud to be wearing the royal blue of Schalke 04 once again.
"The club is currently in a difficult situation. Over the coming weeks and months I want to do my part in order to help us pick up as many points as possible.
"We will manage to stay up together, I'm 100 per cent convinced of it
"I'm also very happy to be reunited with several familiar faces, both in the team and backroom staff. I never lost touch with FC Schalke 04.
"Returning to Gelsenkirchen was something I really wanted to do."
Meanwhile, Arsenal are currently not having it rosy this season in the Premier League as the Gunners are occupying 13th position with 20 points after 16 games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Folarin Balogun could be departing Arsenal football club as a free agent as reigning Premier League champions Liverpool are keen on making a move for the star.
The youngster who is currently a member of the England U20 team is, however, eligible to play for the Nigeria national football team as his parents were born in the West African nation.
The 19-year-old was earlier linked with Sheffield United and Brentford as he had been with the Gunners since the age of eight.
It was gathered that there is an ongoing negotiation between the player and Arsenal, but they are yet to reach an agreement despite Mikel Arteta wanting him to stay.
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