A Video That Will Make Arsenal Fans Hate Mustafi Forever

There’s a growing sense amongst Arsenal fans that Shkodran Mustafi is living on borrowed time at the club.

Signed in 2016 for £35m, making him one of the most expensive defenders in history, the German made a bright start to life in north London but slowly allowed mistakes to plague his game.

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Whether it’s misplacing simple passes in dangerous areas or making silly fouls by going to ground too easily, Mustafi has become a source of frustration for Gooners.

So far this Premier League campaign he’s given away two cheap penalties and on both occasions they cost Arsenal victory.

Back in October, during a 2-2 draw away to Crystal Palace, Mustafi hacked down Cheikhou Kouyate in the box to give the hosts the chance to go 1-0 ahead, which they took.

And against Tottenham last month, Arsenal were winning 1-0 until Mustafi needlessly pushed Harry Kane in the back at a free-kick to send him tumbling. Kane scored and the game ended 1-1.

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Arsenal might have won both games had it not been for Mustafi’s recklessness and he had another rocky game against Newcastle on Monday night.

The 26-year-old looked uncomfortable in a back three and on one occasion he undid some hard work by sending a cross into row Z. Arsenal fans didn’t know whether to laugh or cry.

A summer move seems likely, which is a shame because Mustafi is a fine centre-back on his day and has so much potential.

But he makes too many mistakes and now a compilation video has emerged of his most embarrassing errors as an Arsenal player.

Poor bloke. Should Unai Emery decide to sell Mustafi, the Spanish manager needs to bring in a genuine world-class centre-back to improve his defence.

Arsenal have shipped too many goals this season and someone like Kalidou Koulibaly or Raphael Varane would help stem the tide.

A lot depends on how much money the Gunners have to spend, though, not to mention whether they can secure Champions League football for next season.

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