Matteo Guendouzi appears to have ignored Arsenal’s FA Cup success after posting a photo from his vacation on social media while his side battled Chelsea.
Guendouzi has not played for Arsenal since June 20 after being frozen by Mikel Arteta following the loss at Brighton.
The Frenchman was not present at Wembley on Saturday as Arsenal beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final – and his days in the Emirates now seem numbered as only two years ago.
Matteo Guendouzi ignored Arsenal’s FA Cup triumph and posted photo from his vacation
Guendouzi was seen having fun on vacation without attending Wembley
The 21-year-old posted photos from his lavish vacation after the season ended
After failing to mention Arsenal’s FA Cup victory, Guendouzi instead took to Instagram with a photo captioned “vacation”.
The photo showed the sumptuous setting in which Guendouzi will stay.
Guendouzi trained on his own following his clash with Brighton’s Neal Maupay in June.
Angry at Maupay’s perceived implication in Bernd Leno’s injury, Guendouzi clashed with the Brighton striker and reportedly taunted opposition players for making more money than them.
Guendouzi grabbed Maupay by the throat and although he was not subsequently banned by the FA, he has not played for Arsenal since.
Guendouzi hasn’t played for Arsenal since June 20, when he clashed with Neal Maupay
Mikel Arteta was not happy with Guendouzi, who taunted Brighton players over their salary
Guendouzi did not attend the FA Cup final and did not post anything about Arsenal’s triumph
Earlier in the season, Guendouzi was dropped by Arteta for a game against Newcastle due to his driving during their hot-weather training camp in Dubai.
Arsenal were entitled to ten outside squad of the day against Chelsea, but Guendouzi was not there.
Although he has two years left on his contract, it seems likely that Guendouzi could leave Arsenal this summer as the club try to raise funds for new signings.
Since joining Arsenal from Lorient in 2018, Guendouzi has made 82 appearances for the Gunners.
He is seen as a player with a lot of potential but his departure seems rather inevitable given concerns about his attitude.
Guendouzi’s days in north London seem numbered after being frozen by Arteta