Arsenal announces the termination of his contract with Bosnian Kolasinac by mutual consent

Arsenal announces the termination of his contract with Bosnian Kolasinac by mutual consent .. and Marseille includes him

The English club Arsenal announced the termination of the contract of the Bosnian international Saeed Kolasinac, the left-back of the team, by mutual consent, to become a free player, after agreeing with the club’s management to leave for the French team Olympique Marseille in a free transfer deal.

The 28-year-old defender joined Arsenal from German club Schalke 04 in June 2017, and played 118 matches with the Gunners in all competitions, during which he scored 5 goals and made 15 goals for his teammates.

Kolasinac spent 6 seasons at Schalke 04, and was selected in the team of the season in the German League for the 2016/17 season before moving to Arsenal, where he scored his first appearance in the Gunners shirt against Chelsea in the FA Shield, a match that ended 1-1, and the Gunners won a penalty shootout. .

Bosnian international Kolasinac won 3 titles with the Gunners, as he won the English Community Shield Cup twice, and the FA Cup once in 6 seasons.

Arsenal occupies fifth place in the English Premier League table with 35 points, from 20 matches played so far, winning 11 matches, drawing two matches and losing 7 matches, scoring 33 goals and conceding 25 goals.

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