The French midfielder will spend 2021-22 in League 1 next summer, with the option to make his contract permanent.
Marseille have signed a season-long loan with weapons midfielder Matthew Gondozi with the option to buy.
Gondozi, who joined the Gunners from Laurent in 2018 but spent the 2020-21 campaign on loan at Harta Berlin, confirmed he was leaving the North London club in a social media post on Monday. Were
He has made 82 appearances for weapons in all competitions, scoring once, but has not played for the club since June 2020.
What did you say
A statement on Marseille website Confirming the deal, read: “Matteo Gondozi has signed a one-year loan option with Marseille.
“Gondozi is a modern midfielder, technically strong and has good ability.
“A player’s player, he has these good ideas about the game. With these qualities he will undoubtedly be able to share with the Marseille team.”
How much did Marcel pay for Gondozi?
As reported the aim Last week, Marcel will pay a 50 50,850,000 loan to Guendozi for next season’s loan.
The French side will then pay around 9 9 million (12 12 million) to reverse the move permanently in the summer of 2022.
In total, the weapons will fetch around 10 10 million (14 14 million) for France Under-21 International.
Gondozi was a regular armament under Anai Emery, but after the appointment of Michel Arteta in December 2019, he quickly found himself out of the right.
Gondozi, who will never play for the Gunners, was loaned out of Hertha Berlin for the 2020-21 campaign, and confirmed on Monday that he was leaving the Emirates Stadium after three years.
Will the weapon replace Guendouzi?
As reported the aimThe Gunners are looking forward to a quick move for Anderlecht midfielder Albert Lokunga, who is expected to join a fee of around m 18 million (25 25 million).
They also agreed to a 7 million (.11 million) deal Benfica for left-back non-towers, Who flew to London last week to complete his move at the Emirates Stadium.
Arms and Marseille are also discussing a loan deal for William Sliba, and the young center-back believes he wants the French move.