Matteo Guendouzi keeps on finding his way out of Arsenal. The former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore claims the troublesome midfielder is adequate to play for Liverpool or Manchester City.
A stage up the Premier League stepping stool for the confounding Gunner midfielder shows up impossible.
The former English striker Collymore concedes so a lot with no sign that Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola would think about signing the 21-year old from Emirates Stadium.
“Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp might feel he’s not good enough for Manchester City or Liverpool, but I’d be inclined to disagree, because being around good players he could thrive.” – former Nottingham Forest man Collymore said.
“I’m not saying he’d get into either’s first XI now. But he could play for either club, the talent is that obvious.”
Surprisingly, the Catalonian club Barcelona are looking forward in signing the 21-year old while there has been no discussion of Liverpool or City entering the pursuit.
The Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi would require enormous improvement so as to measure up the standards at Barcelona says Nigel Winterburn.
The former Arsenal player and current pundit for BT Sport considering gossipy tidbits about the Liga mammoths demonstrating enthusiasm for the Frenchman to need a lot of hard-work and improvement to play for the Catalans:
“I think there would need to be a huge improvement in Guendouzi’s game for Barcelona to be willing to take him.” – Winterburn said.
“He’s a young kid who’s made big improvements but there’s a long way to go, so that would surprise me if it turns out to be true.
“Arsenal wouldn’t just let him go easily even if they do decide to sell him, it would need to be a substantial fee, so would Barcelona think he’s worth the risk?” – he added.
“If the price is right, maybe, but it seems like a bit of a long shot to me.”