Arsenal supporters appear to be disappointed that the club has sold Isaac Hayden to Newcastle United.
Hayden has penned a five-year deal at St. James’ Park, as Newcastle look to bolster their squad for next season.
The 20-year-old has not quite broken through at Arsenal yet, but Gunners fans were encouraged by his future prospects.
Many Arsenal supporters appear to feel that Hayden would have developed into a first-team player at the Emirates Stadium and they have expressed their disappointment about him leaving.
Looks like Isaac Hayden is off to #NUFC. Defensively, one of the most promising & versatile young players around. He'll make a fine career.— Jagjeet Singh (@_rangrez) July 9, 2016
If Arsenal don't have a buy back clause in Isaac Hayden's contract then we're stupid. Can see this being another Afobe.— Omar Xhaka (@OmarNamruti29) July 10, 2016
Actually gutted we sold Isaac Hayden..— - (@SimplyWilsh_) July 11, 2016
Gutted Isaac Hayden didn't get a career at Arsenal. He was highly rated.— Edwin Boham (@EdwinBoham) July 9, 2016
Really disappointed that we're selling Isaac Hayden. Plays with a maturity beyond his years.— Joe (@RedAndWhite11) July 10, 2016
We shoul put 'Buying back Clause' on Isaac Hayden deal...He will be a Top D.M in Newcastle within 2yrs #arsenal— Chief. (@forzakangara) July 9, 2016
@Arsenal why would AW decide to sell Isaac Hayden to Newcastle or anyone? Bad judgement again we scour the world for a defender and have 1— mc (@mac6204) July 9, 2016
I certainly would have liked to see Hayden get a start next season ahead of the German plank & even Gabriel. #afc— Alan Cody (@goonercody) July 11, 2016
Hayden has limited first team experience at the moment, but Rafael Benitez has seen enough promise in the midfielder to suggest he could have an exciting future on Tyneside.
Hayden has previously had Championship experience, while playing for Hull City last season.
Hayden is Newcastle’s fifth signing of the summer so far - following on from the additions of Jesus Gamez, Dwight Gayle, Matz Sels and Matt Ritchie.
Newcastle are currently the heavy favourites to win the Championship next campaign.