Out of contract Arsenal defender Philippe Senderos who just completed his loan stay with Everton, where he managed just three appearances for the Merseyside club, is currently been linked with a move to the cottagers and considering his love for regular play time I doubt the unlikelihood of this purpoted transfer.
Nobody can prove Arsenal were trying to frustrate their former youth protege, all I know is Senderos might have lost the plot - seizing the slightest opportunity to show his displeasure at being relegated to the background was simply an idea that didn't auger down well with the Gunners hierarchy.
Even though, you can't possibly blame him for complaining and reiterating his desire to leave the Emirates.
Senderos loves Arsenal, but in order to play regular first team football especially for his country at the forthcoming World Cup, the 24-year-old knew it was gunner be tough making Ottmar Hilzfeld's list to South Africa, and as such, had no option but to agitate for a career-saving move.
Since joining Arsenal from Servette six-years ago as a youthful prospect, the player has watched his fortunes at the North London club dwindle culminating in his almost successive loan spells at AC Milan and Everton.
I don't think the reasons why the defender has fallen from Wenger's pecking order are debatable. His defending and work rate for the Arsenal hasn't improved a lot, and who knows, Wenger might have run out of patience with the star, whom as it seems failed to take full control of his Arsenal future.
Well, it's crystal clear Senderos and Arsenal would have parted ways sometimes earlier had it not been for Johan Djourou's serious knee injury, which constituted a major setback to the youngster's development.
Anyway, I wish you the best in all your endeavours and hope to see a reinvigorated Philippe Senderos don the colours of the Arsenal