Bosnian star Sead Kolasinac joined Arsenal on a free transfer in summer 2017 from Schalke 04 and immediately showed his quality. Kolasinac scored on his debut against Chelsa in the FA Community Shield, which Arsenal won on penalties.
The left-back made his Premier League debut on an opening day, providing an assist in a 4-3 win over Leicester City and for his performances, he was voted as Arsenal’s Player of the Month in August, earning more than half of the votes.
We can talk about his opening success for hours, however, two injuries Prevented him from continues success. He missed three Arsenal games with ankle problems between January 1 and January 11 in 2018. In addition, seven games with knee injury between August 2 and September 25 in the same year. The left-back missed 64 days with injuries at all.
Football.London suggested that he’s not comfortable as a left-back as he struggles in one v one situations: “But fans have seen he is a different prospect at left-wing back. If a new left-back arrives and Emery sticks with four at the back then Kolasinac could leave.”
If they can see one reason to sell Kolasinac, then we have three reasons why it could be a wrong move to do so.