Granit Xhaka is brutally pointed out by Bayer Leverkusen to Arsenal just minutes after Man City loses the title.

"Perhaps We Could Have Been Champions" - Arteta discloses Two Crucial Events That Cost Arsenal the Championship

According to The Mirror, Bayer Leverkusen indirectly mentioned Arsenal’s failed attempt to win the Premier League title in a timely social media message. Even though Arsenal defeated Everton 2-1 on the last day, their dreams were crushed as Manchester City defeated West Ham 3-1 to win the title for the fourth time in a row. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Soon after the Premier League season concluded, Bayer Leverkusen posted a picture on Twitter of former Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka celebrating with the Bundesliga trophy.

The post, captioned “what a feeling” with a heart eyes emoji, appeared to gently rib Arsenal’s disappointment.

Xhaka, a crucial player for Xabi Alonso’s Leverkusen squad, played a significant role in their unbeaten season.

The Swiss international, 31, featured in 48 matches during his debut season, netting three goals.

Arsenal had congratulated Xhaka following Leverkusen’s title win, posting a message on social media expressing their pride in their former player. “We’re so proud of you, Granit,” the message read.

Mikel Arteta also praised Xhaka and Leverkusen. In comments made before Arsenal’s Champions League match against Bayern Munich, Arteta said, “Big congrats to Xabi [Alonso] and Granit, as he was our player as well.

So happy for them and very impressed with what they have done. I congratulated Xabi because we are good friends and we are happy for them, but this is a different story.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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