France and Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy has been unhappy at Arsenal after falling behind Hector Bellerin in the selection perking order and manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly freed him to leave in January.
The 30-year-old right back joined Arsenal in the summer of last year in a £12 million deal and instantly became a regularly. Following an injury he sustained in his debut season, Bellerin emerged and became favourite for the position.
Debuchy, is in the want of regular football and probably feature in Euro 2016 and France coach Didier Deschamp has advised the player to leave the Emirates in other to regain his position.
While quizzed about the player’s situation at Arsenal and ahead of the transfer market, Deschamp said:
“Mathieu Debuchy is in a position where he is playing very little, when he does play, look at yesterday’s result.
“If he has a decision to make in December or January… He hasn’t lost his quality, he’s playing very little.”
However, Debuchy has been featured scarcely by Arsene Wenger this term – He featured in the Champions League against Dynamo Zagreb and Bayern Munich. With the absence of Bellerin due to injuries, Debuchy can still regain his position if he works hard.