Shkodran Mustafi feels his next move after leaving Arsenal could be the most important of his career as he looks to "write a positive chapter again."
Mustafi was linked with a move away from Emirates in the summer with AS Roma termed as the possible destination for the defender. However, a deal failed to materialize with Unai Emery revealing that Mustafi's desire to stay at Arsenal was the reason the club decided against selling him.
"There were talks about leaving the club in the summer, but there was no option that suited everyone. Arsenal had some demands too," he told Der Spiegel.
"The next move is extremely important for me to be able to write a positive chapter again. If I move to the wrong place now then the situation may not improve at all. In the future, I am open to offers, from the Bundesliga as well."
The 27-year-old has two years left to run on a contract believed to be worth £90,000-a-week.
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