Mikel Arteta refuses to guarantee Matteo Guendouzi will remain at Arsenal Advertisement Advertisement Arteta wants his players fully committed (Picture: Getty)It is not the first time the 21-year-old has got on the wrong side of his manager after a rocky start to the relationship at Arsenal.Arteta dropped Guendouzi in February following a winter training camp in Dubai as he was unhappy with the youngster’s attitude.Asked if there were any further disciplinary action take against Guendouzi, Arteta replied: ‘Whatever internal issues we have, we will deal with them privately and I am never going to make any of that public.’MORE: Willian speaks out on Chelsea future amid transfer interest from Manchester United and ArsenalMORE: Manchester United target Matteo Guendouzi as midfielder asks to leave ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Guendouzi was sidelined by Arteta (Picture: Getty)Mikel Arteta has remained tight-lipped about the future of Matteo Guendouzi, but the Arsenal manager did refuse to say if the midfielder would be at the club next season.Guendouzi has reportedly told Arsenal chiefs he wants a transfer after he was dropped by Arteta for disciplinary reasons following his confrontation with Brighton striker Neal Maupay.Manchester United are showing an interest in the Frenchman and Arteta hinted any player was free to leave if they didn’t buy into his vision for the club.‘All the players that are here, I am counting on them,’ he said. ADVERTISEMENT‘If they want to jump on the boat they are more than welcome and that’s always my mindset. AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I am here to help all of them to improve individually and collectively. That is my job.’Arteta axed Guendouzi entirely from his 20-man squad that took on Southampton on Thursday. Coral BarryFriday 26 Jun 2020 10:44 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1kShares
On Friday afternoon, the University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team left College Park, Maryland on a rather neutral note as they tied the Maryland Terrapins 2-2.This was the Badger women’s first tie of the season and brings their record to a still-impressive 8-2-1 overall and a 2-1-1 record in the Big Ten Conference.Sophomore star Dani Rhodes got the offensive action started early for the Badgers. She scored consecutive unassisted goals in the 23rd and 25th minutes of the game to put the Badgers up 2-0, but they were unable to keep the lead for much longer.Women’s soccer: Badgers fall to Michigan in overtime, ending seven game winning streakEven though the University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team managed to take the game into overtime, they would still fall Read…The Terrapins rallied back and answered with goals by Gi Krstec and Jenna Surdick in the 58th and 68th minutes, respectively. Badger goaltender Caitlyn Clem gave it her all for a solid 110 minutes of overtime action and managed to set three saves, but it was not quite enough to stop the Terrapins second half rally.After allowing just two goals in the previous seven games, the Badgers have now allowed two goals in each of their last two games — a telling explanation for the end of their win streak, at least for now.The Badgers will need to tighten up their defense once again if they want to remain relevant in the Big Ten and the NCAA as a whole. Their defense, as well as the youth-powered offense led by Rhodes and Rice, is what got this team ranked ninth overall as recently as last week. And that is what must return if the Badgers want to have a successful Big Ten season.After the tie, the Maryland Terrapins are now 7-2-2 overall and 1-2-1 in the Big Ten Conference. This was a solid showing for the Terrapins in a game in which the Badgers were considered to be the favorites. Although they did not win, they should be proud of their effort and will want to keep the goals coming when they host the Minnesota Gophers on Sunday afternoon.Women’s soccer: Badgers look to uproot undefeated Garden State rivalThe University of Wisconsin will attempt to hand Rutgers their first loss in a thrilling Big Ten matchup. After a Read…The Badger women move on to Rutgers University campus on Sunday afternoon at noon to take on the Scarlet Knights womens soccer team. The game will be available to watch on the Big Ten Network. Tune in to watch the Badgers attempt to get their win streak back on track.