Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi has confirmed his exit from the north London club.
The Frenchman is also said to have arrived in Marseille, with a deal said to be in the offing.
The 22-year-old, who spent last season at Hertha Berlin on loan took to his social media to announce the move, writing;
“Thank you Arsenal. Thanks for everything!
“I discovered and learned so much during my time here. It would be impossible to list everything without forgetting one memory or word… but I will never forget any minute spent with the Gunners jersey.
“I will never forget the Emirates Stadium. I will never forget the fans and I won’t forget the city.”
Guendouzi added: “I will never forget everything I’ve been through here. I will never forget that my only will was to defend with pride Arsenal colours.
“Thanks to all of those who believed in me during my time here, during the good and the bad moments. I can only wish the best to the club and its fans who deserve so much, trust me! Goodbye Arsenal, I will never forget you and will be a Gooner forever.”
— Dan Critchlow (@afcDW) July 5, 2021
Guendouzi arrived at Arsenal in 2018, and after a good start under Unai Emery, it all went south for him when Mikel Arteta arrived.