Just in: Mikel arteta brushes off the rumour of him leaving Arsenal for Barcelona

Arsenal boss Mikel arteta in a post match interview before the match against FC Zurich.

Has he says he is happy staying at the club and says Barcelona are good path, and he continues has he says that”xavi is a great manager and has lifted the club at there moment of need and he is a player who has won a lot as a player at club and deserves the respect”

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And has news mount and pressure on xavi Barcelona exited the champions league again in another successes season but in la liga has they are performing well has they one point below real Madrid the league leaders.