Could this Arsenal star be set for MLS adventure?

Arsenal‘s Mathieu Flamini will be out of contract at the end of the season and he could be another high profile Premier League player to make the move across the Atlantic.

The Frenchman is currently in his second spell with the Gunners. He joined under Arsene Wenger in 2004 and departed for Milan in 2008 before returning in 2013.

The 31-year-old holding midfielder has a wealth of experience at the top level. He has made 23 appearances this season with an impressive 91% pass success rate.

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Flamini has once again proven this season the influence he can make on a midfield. He has won 33 tackles in the league and picked up just three yellow cards, showing he can play the industrial side of the game at a high level.

As we know, two of Flamini’s former Arsenal teammates Thierry Henry and Freddie Ljungberg have already featured in MLS with New York Red Bulls and Seattle Sounders.

We can expect a number of top European clubs will be interested in his services but a Major League Soccer move could be on the cards.

Would Flamini suit MLS and could he make the move this summer?


One thought on “Could this Arsenal star be set for MLS adventure?

  1. He’s barely featured this campaign and his best days are in his past, so with that said, I guess he’s suitable for the MLS.

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