Granit Xhaka was one of the bigger movers during the summer, becoming the third-most expensive signing in Arsenal history when he joined the Gunners from Borussia Monchengladbach, and his former German employers have only just been able to say goodbye.
Due to the timing of his transfer, Xhaka was unable to say farewell to the Bundesliga side’s supporters but returned to Gladbach this week and was given framed photos of his time in Germany to celebrate his four years with the club.
The geniuses behind the club’s official Twitter account seemed to have an idea of their own though, as they wanted to make a joke about the Swiss international’s poor disciplinary record.
Our suggestion of a giant yellow card wasn't used we see ????
— Gladbach (@borussia_en) December 20, 2016
The 24-year-old has been thrust into more regular appearances for Arsenal since Santi Cazorla was sidelined with a long-term injury and boasts 14 Premier League caps to his name since his summer move.
Scoring just one goal and earning one red card, Arsenal may want more from their young midfield combatant and that could be coming in the next few months.