Shkodran ready to stay and fight for his place at Arsenal

Shkodran Mustafi supposedly needs to remain and battle for his place at Arsenal, regardless of the club’s endeavors to sell the safeguard.

The German focus back, who joined the Gunners in 2016, has had a troublesome time at the Emirates Stadium since his £35million move from Valencia.

He suffered one more disillusioning effort in north London last season as Arsenal surrendered 51 objectives in the Premier League on their way to a fifth-set completion. Furthermore, in spite of the fact that Arsenal are accepted to be in converses with a few clubs, BBC Sport’s David Ornstein reports that the player does not have any desire to leave.

As indicated by Ornstein, the previous Valencia man, who is under contract with the club until 2021, needs to stay at the Emirates and substantiate himself.

Notwithstanding the player’s desires, it is asserted that the Gunners need Mustafi off their books and are available to either a lasting or credit move.

Emery has officially marked one protector in William Saliba, yet it is comprehended that the Spaniard is quick to improve his guard significantly further before the finish of the exchange window, with Laurent Koscielny additionally expected to leave.

With Saliba set to the spend the season on credit at Saint-Etienne, it is said that the club are hoping to include another focal safeguard and still have any desire for finishing an arrangement for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney.

In the mean time, the Gunners are set to affirm the marking of Ivory Coast forward Nicolas Pepe this week in the wake of concurring a club-record £72m manage Lille.

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