In the past, there was a saying that if anyone moved out of Arsenal later on, his football career would go backwards. But so far it seems to happen the opposite way. If you look at the names of these players who have moved out of the Emirates Stadium and have progressed in their careers.
1. Serge Nabry
This is the first name Many people think about moving away from Arsenal and getting raw as well.
The Germany international was signed by Arsene Wenger for £100,000 in 2010, while Gnabry was 16.
Gnabry is predicted to grow into the future of football in the city, even the “Iron Eagle” star Mesut Ozil has also said that Gnabry is the best player he has ever played with. When Arsenal face Bayern Munich in the Champions League
Gnabry became famous for being nominated for the 2013 Golden Boy award, however, an injury halted his playing career.
When Gnabry is fit again He was sent back to West Bromwich on loan to use. But has only made 3 appearances on the field and was branded by Tony Pulis as not good enough to play in the Premier League.
Wenger then sold Gnabry to Werder Bremen for £5 million in 2017 and he shone in the Bundesliga and moved into Bayern Munich. Vanik has become a nightmare for every defensive team in the German top-flight league.
2. Don Yell comes to play
The Dutch star has been linked with a return to Arsenal, with Liverpool and Everton also interested.
Come play as a product of Ajax Amsterdam before being snatched by the “big guns” in 2015. However, Maplay was unable to step up into the first team of the team, although Arsene Wenger himself had been caught. He played pre-season in Australia and China, but was eventually released to PSV Eindhoven in 2017.
In 2018, he played in a remarkable form that led PSV to the Dutch League title, scoring 11 goals in all competitions. And ever since then he’s been improving himself. Until the Netherlands national team, a large set, until becoming a fragrant football player now
3. Ismael Bennacer
In 2015, Bennacer left Arles for Arsenal, making his debut in the League Cup in the shock 0-0 defeat by the Gunners against Sheffield Wednesday. -3
Desperate to play for the first team, Bennacer was released on loan to Ligue 1 side Toures in 2017 and impressing has led to a permanent move to Empoli.
In 2018, Bennacer helped Empoli promoted to Serie A, although the following year the team were relegated. But the striker is widely regarded as one of the best youngsters in Europe.
Later, AC Milan took Bennacer to the team for around 14.2 million pounds, with Arsenal receiving a share of 4.5 million pounds.
On behalf of the national team, Bennacer also performed well for Algeria in the 2019 African Nations Cup.
4. Vojciech Cessny
If you’re Juventus and are looking for Gianluigi Buffon’s replacement, then wouldn’t you think of bringing Cessny to the team?!
after endured the behavior in both And outside the field of Mr Dan Pol can’t do it. Also being caught smoking in the shower, Arsene Wenger decided to sell Szczesny to Roma on a two-year loan before a permanent move to Juventus. Cost of £11 million in 2017
At Roma, Szczesny kept 14 clean sheets in their second season with Wolves and played a key role in Roma’s tally of points in the Italian top flight.
Szczesny then moved to Juventus to succeed Gianluigi Buffon and win numerous titles with “zebras”, both the Scudetto and the Coppa Italia.
5. Jeff Reine-Adelaide
Reine-Adelaide began his career at Lens and became famous when Arsenal snatched him to the team.
However, he is rarely involved with the “big team” “The Gunners”. He was named in FA Cup games against Sunderland and Sutton United.
Reine-Adelaide made just six appearances before moving to Angers in 2018, until after his performances were so highly regarded that Lyon was snatched up to replace him. of Nabil Fekir
6. Carlos Vela
Arsene Wenger once called Carlos Vela Mexican Robbie Fowler.
Vela moved to Arsenal in 2005 after helping Jango win the Under-17 World Cup and he was crowned goalscorer.
Things seemed to have been fine with his England career, Vela scoring a hat-trick in the League Cup clash against Sheffield United in 2008, but his rise to the top of the squad was ultimately turned off. Until having to be released to West Bromwich on loan to use And then went on to shine with Real Sociedad in La Liga.
Vela moved to Sociedad for £2.5million in 2012 and later moved to Major League Soccer with Los Angeles FC.
7. Giovanni van Bronckhorst
After playing outstandingly with Rangers, the Netherlands international was signed by Arsene Wenger in 2001 for a fee of £8 million.
Van Bronckhorst Was drawn to represent Emmanuel Petit, who moved to Barcelona to pair with Patrick Vieira in the midfield.
However, an anterior cruciate ligament injury forced him to be out for several months. But when he recovered from injury, it turned out that Wenger couldn’t find the best position for Van Bronckhorst to play, alternating playing at left-back and midfield.
2003 Van Bronckhorst Was released to Barcelona for a fee of 2 million euros, where he played 155 games and won with “I throw in” both La Liga two times and the Champions League defeated Arsenal and is also one of the generals. “Orange Knight” 2010 World Championship runner-up
8. Lassana Diarra
A versatile star who wore number 8 in Arsenal’s squad, Diarra’s arrival is a positive thing for a team that has made a positive impact.
However, Arsene Wenger did not use the perfume very much, choosing compatriot Mathieu Flamini as a partner with Cesc Fabregas, which led to Diarra’s downfall. down to play in the right-back position
After just five months with Arsenal, he was sold to Portsmouth for £5million in 2008 and won titles with Pompey and then moved on. Real Madrid for 18.8 million pounds in 2009.
At La Liga, he won the league with “White King” and at the end of his career was able to win three championships in the French league with Paris Saint-Germain. is the end
9. Ogusan Ozyakup
Blood Midfielder Turk He was linked with a return to Arsenal when his contract with Besiktas expired in 2018.
Still, Ozyakup has decided to stay at Besiktas and has made 42 caps for the Turkish national team.
Ozyakup grew up at Arsenal and was part of the FA Youth Cup winning squad in 2009, however, he has only made two appearances for the Gunners. First team, before being released to Besiktas for £400,000.
Ridwan Dilmen, former Turkish national footballer Described the merits of Ozyakup as a player with intelligence. And was compared to Zinedine Zidane in terms of dribbling ability.
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