- The Armenian is spending the season on loan at the Italian side.
- His campaign has been injury-hit, but Miki did impress when fit given game time.
- Henrikh says he is feeling much better at Roma than he did at Unai Emery's Arsenal and that he prefers Fonseca's football.
In what is probably another attempt to distance himself from Arsenal and thus prolong his Roma stay, Henrikh Mkhitaryan says he is feeling much better at Roma and likes Paolo Fonseca's football more than Emery's.
“When I was at Arsenal, I had different things asked from me by the coach, people were expecting different things from here,” he told The Times.
“The philosophy of Emery was different from Fonseca, but here I’m feeling much better because we’re playing better football and I think it matched me.
“I prefer Fonseca’s football because we’re playing very offensively, we’re trying to have the ball all the time here and of course I like this kind of game.”
Mike was, however, elusive, when asked about where he'll be playing football next season.
“I can’t say anything at the moment because the season is stopped, we don’t know when we’ll start playing again and what will happen in the summer.
“Football changes so quickly. One day you’re here, the other you’re there. You never know what can happen and what will happen with you.”
There even seems to be a plan in place to keep the Armenian on loan in Italy for another season by extending his deal at Arsenal first, so, in this case, all roads really do lead to Rome.
Do you think Miki has a future at Arsenal or should the Gunners just let him go?