STUTTGART, Mavropanos: "The club are keeping their doors open for me"
Interviewed by Sport Bild, Greek international centre-back Kostantinos Mavropanos (23), proficiently playing for Stuttgart since last summer, on a loan spell, and still on a parent-club deal with Arsenal until June 2023, stated: "I can't say anything about my future, at the time. Things in football, however, tend to go on a fast change. I've got two more months in Stuttgart yet, before I go, and I want the team to achieve the highest ranking position we can. I know the club are going to keep their doors open for me, but I can make a decision, any decision, only once I made my position clear with Arsenal".
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