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Max Eberl: Arsenal have signed a "very, very good player"


Borussia Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl was full of praise for new Arsenal signing Granit Xhaka.

The 23-year-old was officially announced as an Arsenal player on Wednesday morning as he became Arsene Wenger's first major signing of the summer.

And Eberl says the Gunners have added a "very, very good player" to the squad.

"We're losing a very, very good player," Eberl said.

"But the agreed transfer fee provides us with the opportunity to make sensible additions to our squad.

"We would like to thank Granit for his hard work and dedication at Gladbach over the last four years and wish him great success at his new club in London."

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