Antoine Griezmann has been busy on Football Manager 2019 as he took to Twitter to show off how far his Arsenal side have come in four seasons.
The Barcelona star, 28, revealed in April how his Arsenal side lined up when he started up his first season in charge of the Gunners on Football Manager.
And Griezmann has now decided to share an image of his 'Arsenal 2023' side and has made a fair few changes.
The French forward has had to use some regens due to how far he has progressed in his Arsenal campaign, along with tweaking other areas of his squad.
One of the standout additions to his squad is Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, who takes up his position on the left side of a three-man attack behind the main striker.
Griezmann has spared no expense in putting his faith in different wonderkids and has kept hold of Atletico Madrid's Joao Felix and Juventus' Matthijs de Ligt from his initial squad.
And other highly rated stars like Ajax's David Neres, Manchester City's Phil Foden and Real Madrid's Brahim Diaz are on the bench.
The French World Cup winner's Barcelona teammate Frenkie de Jong remains in the starting XI, while Alexandre Lacazette is no longer part of his squad.
The Gunners striker took to Twitter to ask his French compariot 'Where is he?' in the team.
And Griezmann provided an update by saying he won four trophies with Arsenal in 2021 before he hilariously shipped Lacazette off to Huddersfield for £23.5m.
Monaco defender Jonathan Panzo hilariously took to Twitter to call out Griezmann for not including him in the starting XI.
He tweeted: "Have me in the Starting XI next time gaffer."
Football Manager's Twitter account responded to Griezmann's Arsenal side to praise his love for the title.
"Dominating the world in 2023 with a team full of wonderkids," reads the tweet.
"Safe to say Griezmann loves #FM19."
Griezmann announced his desire to leave Atletico at the end of last season and completed his dream move to Barcelona this summer.
Football Manager 19 was released in 2018 for PC, macOS and Nintendo Switch.
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Featured Image Credit: PA/Antoine Griezmann