Arsenal outcast Mavropanos admits Gunners future is up in the air

Arsenal outcast Konstantinos Mavropanos admits his future with the Gunners is up in the air… as the 23-year-old centre back says it is ‘very good’ that the option to stay at loan club Stuttgart is on the table

  • Konstatinos Mavropanos has made just eight appearances for Arsenal
  • The Greek joined in 2018 and has been loaned out twice under Mikel Arteta
  • He was at Nurnberg last term before joining Bundesliga side Stuttgart this term  
  • The 23-year-old is set for the exit as part of a mass clearout by the Gunners boss
  • Mavropanos says his future is not decided – but that the door is open at Stuttgart

Arsenal outcast Konstantinos Mavropanos reveals it has not been decided whether he will return to the Emirates following his season with Stuttgart.

The centre back, who has played just eight times for the Gunners since his arrival in January 2018, has featured 18 times for the Bundesliga outfit this season and received his first international call-up for Greece last month, making his debut for his country in a friendly against Honduras. 

Mavropanos spent half of last season on loan at 2. Bundesliga side Nurnberg and doesn’t appear to be in Mikel Arteta’s plans for next season despite a new contract last summer. 

Konstantinos Mavropanos has featured 18 times for Stuttgart this season on loan from Arsenal

The 23-year-old centre back has only featured eight times since joining the Gunners in 2018

The 23-year-old is among six loanees set for the exit as part of a mass clearout and speaking to Bild, Mavropanos said he was not sure whether he will return to north London for next season.

‘I can’t say that at the moment (whether I will return). Things can change quickly in football. 

‘I still have two months here in Stuttgart and would like to end the season with the team as high up as possible. 

The Greek is not thought to be in Mikel Arteta’s plans – with a mass exodus expected at the club

‘The door at VfB is open for me – that’s very good. But I can only really think about the future once we have talks with for the new season.’

Stuttgart currently sit ninth in Germany’s top flight and lost 3-2 to Borussia Dortmund in a pulsating contest at the weekend.  

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