Many players leave Arsenal and most regret it.
It's too early in Mathieu Flamini's AC Milan career to say whether he will eventually regret leaving Arsenal but I'll be honest and say I miss him at the club.
Throughout his time at Arsenal I really endeared to him because he always gave 110%. His attitude was always top class despite the fact he was never a first team regular until his final season.
In recent weeks Arsenal seem to have been slowly turning the corner after a horrible start to the season. The rest of the season could be good, especially with Andrei Arshavin (hopefully) on the way.
While I agree that a creative player is necessary because Arsenal appear to find it hard to break down sides at the moment (not unsurprisingly I might add with Fabregas, Walcott, and Rosicky unavailable) I also believe that a defensive midfielder should be a priority.
The defence has looked vulnerable this season, a big reason for this is a lack of protection from the midfield.
There aren't many about at the moment and one I always look out for is Mathieu Flamini. I'd love him back at the Arsenal.
Milan have just brought David Beckham into their squad and I suspect Flamini will suffer as a result. Maybe a short-term solution for him, and Arsenal, would be for him to "come home".
Wenger has spoken about a possible loan deal for someone so why not Flamini, even if it was just until the end of the season. His winning attitude could really help Arsenal at the moment, his drive could benefit us hugely.
It's said Wenger never goes back. Well, he has been linked with a move for Matthew Upson recently. Why not Mat-Tuso?
Keep it Goonerish.............