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Matteo Guendouzi has deleted a series of tweets which appeared to confirm his Arsenal exit.
The French midfielder posted an emotional goodbye message on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday morning.
But the words, which did not contain reference to boss Mikel Arteta, were taken down just minutes after they were posted online, sparking confusion among Arsenal supporters.
Guendouzi's now-deleted messages read: "Thank you Arsenal, thanks for everything! I discovered and learned so much during my time here.
"It would be impossible to list everything without forgetting one memory or word…
"I will never forget the Emirates Stadium. I will never forget the fans. I won’t forget the city. I will never forget everything I’ve been through here. I will never forget that my only will was to defend with pride Arsenal colours.
"Thanks to all of those who believed in me during my time here, during the good and the bad moments. I can only wish the best to the club and its fans who deserve so much, trust me!
"Good bye Arsenal, I will never forget and will be a gooner forever."
Gunners fans couldn't under the reason the messages were deleted, with one saying: "Guendouzi has now deleted his goodbye message to #Arsenal?! I’m so confused"
Someone else added: "Guendouzi deleted his Goodbye post? Lol."
While a third person said: "I wonder why Guendouzi deleted the first tweet."
Despite Guendouzi's initial tweets, there has been no confirmation from Arsenal that the 22-year-old will be leaving the club this summer.
Bought from Lorient in 2018, the Frenchman was supposed to be the answer to the Gunners' problems in the middle of the park.
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After a promising start to his Emirates career under Unai Emery, Guendouzi fell out of favour following Arteta's arrival with a controversial fixture against Brighton in 2012 proving his last game for the club.
He spent last season out on loan with Hertha Berlin, making 24 appearances for the Bundesliga side.
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