Ainsley Maitland-Niles attacks Arsenal on Everton transfer stance in explosive post

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Ainsley Maitland-Niles has hit out at Arsenal in public fashion amid uncertainty over his future at the club. Maitland-Niles is among a number of players at Arsenal on the fringes of the first-team squad who head into deadline day with rumours ongoing on their future at the club.

Several clubs have expressed an interest in signing Maitland-Niles with Everton seemingly at the front of the queue.

Express Sport reported a loan bid with an option to buy was made by Everton for the versatile midfielder, but Arsenal have since changed their mind and they want to keep him at the club.

The lack of a breakthrough in talks appears to indicate that Maitland-Niles could stay at the Emirates until January at best.

But the 24-year-old has now expressed his anger at Arsenal’s transfer stance on social media.

Writing on his Instagram story, Maitland-Niles said: “All I want to do is go where I’m wanted and where I’m going to play.”

The post was accompanied by three crying emojis while he also tagged Arsenal’s official page.

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