Arsenal have decided against pursuing a permanent deal for the midfielder Denis Suarez.
Arsenal have been dealt with a huge blow after the former Sevilla director Monchi has decided to turn them down in order to move back to his own country. There were various speculations about his potential reunion with Unai Emery at London, but those were completely put to bed after he chose Sevilla.
Despite the lack of recruitment team at the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners boss Unai Emery has decided not to pursue a permanent deal for the midfielder Denis Suarez. The English outfit has an option to buy from his parent club Barcelona for a fee of 18 million euros, but his poor displays will come to an end at England, according to Mirror.
Arsenal will reportedly send Denis Suarez back to Barcelona after the midfielder’s dreadful loan spell at the Emirates. The Gunners brought Suarez, the Spain international, in on a temporary basis earlier this year, and they have the option of signin.. https://t.co/5deYxAUiia
— One Stop Sports (@oss365) March 19, 2019
After losing Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Mesut Ozil to injuries, Unai Emery was desperate to strike a deal with the Blaugrana for Denis Suarez. There were initial fears about the failure to bring him to the Emirates Stadium, but a deadline move was on the cards to go through.
Barcelona forced him to sign a new contract before allowing him to join Arsenal in the winter transfer window.
Since moving to the club in January, Denis Suarez is yet to start a game in any competition, coming off the bench on six occasions. The Spaniard worked with Unai Emery at Sevilla before, but he has failed to break into the starting eleven of the side at Arsenal.
The Gunners boss is doubtful whether the 25-year-old would be able to cope up with the physical demands of English football.
Emery said at the time of the signing: “We are very happy that Denis Suarez is joining us.
“He is a player we know well and I have worked with him at Sevilla. He brings us quality and options in many different attacking positions, so he’ll be able to help the team.”
Suarez added: “I have a very good relationship with him.
“I spent a year with him at Sevilla when we won the Europa League. I think he’s a very demanding coach and one of the best coaches in the world right now – I’ve been saying that for a while.
“I’m really happy to have the chance to work with him again and I hope that the rest of the season is successful for me and the club.”
The on-loan midfielder is likely to return to his parent club after the conclusion of this season.
His arrival has forced Mesut Ozil to work hard for his place. In recent weeks, the German International has been thriving along with Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, and Alexandre Lacazette.
Even though he has scored one and assisted one in the last four games, his presence on the pitch has been felt by his teammates. During the game against Manchester United, he was asked to cut down the transition from Nemanja Matic to one of the attacking midfielders.
The Gunners midfielder did with perfection to stop the Serbian from having any kinds of freedom with the ball. This move enabled others to run behind him and cause havoc to the defense.
On Mesut Ozil: “Seven times he’s brilliant, two times he’s horrible. Great guy. He can’t stabilise his form in the PL and I can’t tell why. He has unbelievable vision. You watch a match on TV and you’re like “how has he seen that? I haven’t and I’ve got the whole screen on TV.” pic.twitter.com/Wwmxaz73yP
— Dylan Walsh (@dylanwalsh_) March 16, 2019
Both Aubameyang and Lacazette have great numbers, BUT who do you think has had a better season? 🤔
🎺 Lacazette pic.twitter.com/hyh18uZiKq
— The Arsenal Review (@thearsreview) March 16, 2019
If he continues his form, there is every chance to see him stay at the club for another season. Arsenal did not make a good start by losing their first two games in the Premier League, but they made a remarkable comeback with a 21-game unbeaten run streak.
They looked shaky for the next couple of months, but a win over their arch-rivals Chelsea in the Premier League served as a confidence booster which has enabled them to sit in the top four. The Gunners have played all the top six sides which has put them on the driving seat to finish in the Champions League spot for next season.