The Frenchman hopes the Gunners can bounce back from Michel Arteta, as he prepares to leave the club this summer.
Matteo Gondozi says he is worried about the deteriorating condition of the weapons.
The Gunners will miss the European Championships in 2021-22 after finishing eighth in the Premier League last season and only reaching the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Michel Arteta’s team is planning a strong campaign in the English top flight next season and Gondozi hopes to make it into the top four to return to the Champions League.
What has been said?
“It’s heartbreaking to see the club fail to qualify for a European competition for the first time in 25 years. It has a huge emotional impact on me,” he said. Blood.
“Weapon is one of the biggest clubs in Europe that wants to join the Champions League every year. It’s normal for me, such an organization deserves only the best.
“Weapons must go where they want to go. I don’t know the reasons for the failure because I wasn’t there last season. But I’m worried about the club’s situation because Arsenal deserve big things.
“I am a gunner from the bottom of my heart and will remain so, no matter what.”
Gandozi is looking to the future
The French midfielder, who joined Arsenal from Laurent in 2018, spent the last time on loan at Hertha Berlin and is unlikely to return to north London for the next campaign.
Instead, he is close to completing one He returned to his homeland to join Marseille., Then with fellow weapons player William Celeba
“My dream has always been to promote myself to a higher level and win more and more titles,” said the 22-year-old.
“I am a contender for titles and titles. I want to meet the greatest champions as teammates and opponents, I want to keep my dreams alive, I will work hard to live up to my expectations.
“I am dealing with weapons and we have a mutual responsibility. I am also interested in clubs from different leagues.
“Right now I am 100 percent focused on my recovery. In due course I will decide with my counselors and father where we are going.”