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Serge Gnabry Delighted To Get Over ‘Difficult’ Time With Arsenal As Fans Ponder Wenger’s Decision

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Former Arsenal prodigy Serge Gnabry has revealed his relief to overcame two ‘difficult’ years with a stunning hat-trick on his Germany debut in the 8-0 win against San Marino.

Gnabry became the first German to score three goals since Dieter Müller in the 1976 European Championship semi-final against Yugoslavia to put his country into the final.

Forty years later, a youngster Arsenal decided to allow move on despite there still being a year remaining on his deal at the Emirates Stadium is showing exactly why supporters of the Gunners are feeling aggrieved to have lost the 21-year-old to the Bundesliga.

However, the player himself revealed he is just happy to move forward, and look to the future.

‘I am very happy,’ Gnabry said.

‘The last two years were difficult but now I am playing many games and am in scoring form. I hope it will continue.

‘I did not count on scoring three goals on my debut.’

His club wasted little time in teasing Arsenal for losing Gnabry.

We have a feeling Arsene Wenger will not be the most popular man among Arsenal fans right now.

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And when a prominent Arsenal Twitter account tried to congratulate the player, fans did not react well.

Clearly this fan has not been watching Gnabry in Germany.

And one decided to be short and sweet about the matter.

Callum Connolly, Pundit Arena.

Author: The PA Team

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