Matteo Guendouzi scored, William Saliba back on track as two more Arsenal loan deals expire

The 2021/22 season is drawing to a close and Arsenal can look forward to welcoming back all but three of their powerful 20-plus loan army.

With Matteo Guendouzi And Konstantinos Mavropanos He is expected to join Marseille and Stuttgart permanently respectively in the summer and Harry Clark Spending the 2022/23 campaign on loan with Hibernian means Mikel Arteta and coach Edu will have to make decisions on another 20 players in the coming weeks.

Now, with the regular League One season ending last weekend, the quartet of Jordi Osei-Tutu, Ryan Alebiosu, Matt Smith and Brooke Norton-Cuffy are free to return to their parent clubs. The same goes for Alex Runarsson after completing a campaign in Belgium with OH Leuven.

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While Karl Heine And Tim Aquinola Loan periods with Reading and Hibernian have been cut short due to injury, and this week continues to see a number of Arsenal’s loan army in play and football. London They took a look at how they all succeeded.

After three games without a win in all competitions, Marseille got back on track with a 3-0 win over Lorient in Ligue 1 on Sunday afternoon. William Saliba He played the full 90 minutes and Guendouzi scored against his former team for the second time this season.

Stuttgart, led by Mavropanos, kept alive its hopes of avoiding a Bundesliga playoff with a 2-2 draw at home to already-crowned champions Bayern Munich. Ainsley Maitland Niles And Lucas Torreira AS Roma could compete with Fiorentina in Serie A on Monday night, while facing Roma Paul Marie He appeared in Udinese’s 1-1 draw with Sassuolo.

Speaking of Maitland-Niles, he is set to face Reiss Nelson in the European Conference League final later this month and the winger prepared for the occasion by playing for 45 minutes with Feyenoord, who fought back from 2-0 down to draw 2. The opportunity to move to a point within the leader Ajax.

With Middlesbrough and Millwall losing a playoff place in the tournament, that means Folarin Balogun And Daniel Ballard The loan periods are over, and the latter took to social media after the Lions lost 1-0 away to Bournemouth to bid farewell to the team.

“Another season is over,” he wrote. Twitter. “Thank you to the players, the staff and the amazing fans for everything over the past year. It has been an honor to represent this club.” It remains to be seen what the future holds for the central defender as some experience in the Premier League next season will be beneficial to his development.

Tyrese John Gol He once again missed Sheffield Wednesday through injury as the Boom side lost their first leg in the first leg against Sunderland and are unlikely to play in the crucial match on Monday. Clarke played 90 minutes as a right-back as Hibbs drew 1-1 with Aberdeen.

Nikolaj Muller He was not in Den Bosch’s squad that drew 1-1 with Helmond Sport, Jordan McKeniffe He also missed Shelburne’s 2-1 win over Sligo Rovers and Auston Trust He was in the Colorado Rapids who lost 1-0 to San Jose.

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