With Flamengo interested, according to Torcedores, Pablo Mari is now dissatisfied at Arsenal due to Mikel Arteta’s lack of playing time, according to reports.
Where am I supposed to go from here?
That’s bad news for the £85,000-a-week player, who has only made two appearances in the Premier League this season.
Flamengo, a Brazilian club with the ability to loan the 28-year-old player, is reportedly interested in bringing him back to his home country.
Edu, on the other hand, is adamant about not sending Mari to a South American team for reasons Torcedores do not reveal.
Arsenal’s Director of Football apparently believes that the quality of Brazilian football will not benefit Mari because it is not equal to that of the Premier League in the United Kingdom or the United Kingdom.
Following the £50 million addition of Ben White, the Brazilian centre-back has had a difficult time adjusting to life at Emirates Stadium.
They are joined by Rob Holding and Calum Chambers.
Since taking over from Unai Emery, Arteta has made a slew of bizarre signings, the most notable of which was the acquisition of Brazilian forward Willian.
Mari, on the other hand, is probably the worst buy made by the Spaniard.
Arsenal’s No. 22 cost £14 million in total, and he earns £85,000 a week as one of the club’s highest-paid players.
Despite arriving in June 2020, he is not Arteta’s top choice.
Here, the Gunners have committed a major error in judgment when it comes to transfers.
A player who has done nothing to raise his value in north London is now an unhappy one, which is a bad business decision.