North London club, Arsenal have been told that Man City defender John Stones will not be a bad addition o the club especially as they struggle at the defensive department.
This is not the best of time for John Stones who is struggling to get the nod of manager Pep Guardiola as he has only started 11 games this season and one since the restart, making him like an outcast in the team.
It is now seeming clear that his future at Man City is unlikely with a move away as the best option to pick.
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Former England international Jamie Redknapp said John Stones’ career could revitalize if he shifts camp from Man City to Arsenal, stressing that he is a player with proven quality and still has enough time to remould at age 26.
Jamie Redknapp stated that the Gunners are in need of a central defender which makes Stones a good fit, and that could be made easy with Mikel Arteta at the club, having both worked together in Man City.
It is now left to the player to seek a move away while the North London outfit will have to wait for a fee to be named on the player so that a move can happen in the summer transfer window.