Arteta is the main reason why I left Arsenal,He doesn’t treat His players equally’: £40m Arsenal player finally reveals why He left EMIRATE last summer – Not Aubameyang

Even though things are going well at Arsenal right now, fans may still be a little irritated that one player was allowed to leave in January.

Mikel Arteta’s squad had a quiet month as they prepared for yet another incredible summer, just as they had expected.

After persistent rumors linking the team, it’s possible that Arsenal will try to sign Brentford striker Ivan Toney.

Whatever the situation, it’s clear that Arteta’s team will be extremely strong in the marketplace and that they want to attract players of Declan Rice’s caliber once more.

However, the only negative aspect of this spending and direction is the increasing gap that exists between Arsenal’s first team and the Hale End academy.

It’s indicative of how long it’s been that Bukayo Saka, 22, may be the last player to advance.

Lino Sousa decided to leave Arsenal in January and join Aston Villa, possibly with that in mind.

The popular 19-year-old in North London came to the conclusion that he would be better off spending his time somewhere else.

And almost immediately after leaving for Villa, Sousa agreed to play for Plymouth Argyle on a season-long loan.

It is now clear why Lino Sousa chose to leave Arsenal in January.
Since relocating to Plymouth, Sousa has been in conversation with Plymouth Live, where he has covered a variety of subjects including his reasons for leaving Arsenal.

Arsenal fans were taken aback by the unexpected news at the end of January, and they may still be wondering why.

But Sousa has now made a few clarifications.

“I made that conscious decision to leave because I felt like Villa gave me the right platform and the right plan to go ahead and do that,” he said. “I wanted to play football with the first team, whether it was at Arsenal or somewhere else.”

“When I signed for Villa, I also signed papers for Argyle.” Everything happened so quickly. I arrived on the same day, went to training the next day, and met the manager.

Naturally, it’s challenging to argue against the merits of Sousa’s move from that perspective.

Even though the first team football didn’t seem to be too close, Arsenal might have also planned to loan the young player out shortly.

Sousa is a defender with the unusual ability to move into midfield with ease, so it will be interesting to see how he performs at Plymouth.

In addition, now that Sousa has expressed his opinions, it would be intriguing to know what Arsenal’s decision-makers thought about the choice to let the young player go in January.

That being said, Kieran Tierney has started talking about what happened before he left Arsenal.

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