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Arsenal risking top transfer target as Wenger penny pinches 3

Posted on March 27, 2015 by admin

There is interest from some of the biggest clubs in Europe, apparently, so when the Arsenal transfer rumours last week suggested that the Gunners were on the verge of sealing the deal for the summer transfer of Paulo Dybala, the talented young striker making waves with Palermo in Serie A, it looked like we had pulled off a real coup.

But the deal is now on hold, according to a Metro report, after Arsene Wenger backed away from meeting the Serie A club´s valuation of a bit less than £30 million. Instead the Frenchman is trying to screw the price down in order to bring the player dubbed the new Sergio Aguero to north London.

Szczesny told plainly his Arsenal career is OVER!! 1

Posted on March 26, 2015 by admin

Wojciech Szczesny is still in possession of the number one shirt at Arsenal, but that is not likely to make the Poland international feel much better about life right now, as he has lost the honour in everything but name. Shezzer may look set to make up for last year´s FA cup disappointment by starting in a Wembley semi-final and hopefully a final in May, but that could be his last act as a Gunner.

Arsenal to use Podolski to seal Bundesliga star´s transfer? 0

Posted on March 24, 2015 by admin

I must admit to being one of the many Arsenal fans who thought Arsene Wenger was being stubborn and missing a trick in not playing our German international striker Lukas Podolski more this season. But his awful performances and subsequent lack of game time since moving to Inter Milan on loan has perhaps proved the Frenchman right.

Podolski could still be very useful for Arsenal though, as a Metro report explains. The World Cup winner will still have a year left on his contract this summer and it is unlikely that Inter will want him, but he is still highly regarded in Germany.

TOP striker target to say YES to Arsenal transfer! 1

Posted on March 23, 2015 by admin

There have been plenty of Arsenal transfer rumours linking us ever more strongly with the young Argentinean striker Paulo Dybala, with some reports claiming that the president of his current club Palermo has already been in London for talks with Arsenal representatives about a possible transfer to the Premier League this summer.

But there have also been other reports suggesting that the talented 21-year old who is highly sought after around Europe, would actually prefer a move to La Liga leaders Barcelona or staying in Serie A with the Italian champions Juventus.

Arsenal star SLAMS transfer exit rumours AND his critics! 0

Posted on March 19, 2015 by admin

Depending on which side of the fence you sit on when it comes to the performances of the Arsenal and Germany star Mesut Ozil since he came to the Premier League from Real Madrid a year and a half a go, this could be seen as great or terrible news for the Gunners. I can guess what the midfielder´s constant critic Paul Scholes would say.

However, a lot of us have seen a big improvement in the German´s form for Arsenal this season, especially since he used his spell on the sidelines to get in the gym and increase his upper body strength. So Ozil´s statement, reported by Metro, declaring that he is happy at Arsenal and is in way considering leaving this summer, is good news.

Arsenal given Go Ahead for Serie A starlet’s summer transfer 0

Posted on March 18, 2015 by admin

I wonder if the subject came up when Arsenal were talking to the Serie A club Internazionale in January about the loan move of our Germany international Lukas Podolski. Even if not, the deal that saw the World Cup winning striker move to Italy, no matter how badly it has gone for Podolski in Milan, should give us a good chance of beating our Premier League rivals to the summer transfer of their starlet Mateo Kovacic.

In fact, a Metro report claims that the talented 20-year old’s current club have already given Arsenal the go ahead to sign him in the summer, as long as we meet their valuation of course, which is just over £17 million.

Arsenal legends says Walcott has NO power over new contract 1

Posted on March 16, 2015 by admin

The last time that Arsene Wenger had to persuade Theo Walcott to sign a new contract to stay with Arsenal, all the high cards were in the players’ hands. Robin van Persie had recently left for Man United and Wenger was struggling for decent options up front.

Walcott had him over a barrel really, especially as there was less than a year to run on his contract at the time. So the England international got a big pay rise as well as some guarantees over his starting place and even where he would play.

Arsenal on verge of securing transfer of `new Sergio Aguero´? 0

Posted on March 15, 2015 by admin

There have been Arsenal transfer rumours linking us with the talented young striker of Serie A side Palermo for some time now. In the build up to the January transfer window it was said that Arsene Wenger and our scouts were having a really good look at Paulo Dybala, the 21-year old Argentinean whose performances in Italy have drawn comparisons to the Premier League’s leading marksman Sergio Aguero.

Even though a striker was not Wenger’s priority this season, the rumours have persisted after the winter window closed, with reports that the Palermo president came to London to meet with people from Arsenal to discuss Dybala and a possible summer transfer.

Arsenal to SEAL DEAL for brilliant Spanish star 0

Posted on March 13, 2015 by admin

Having really burst on to the scene this season and been rewarded with great praise from the football media, Arsenal have decided that he really is the real deal and are ready to complete a deal to keep our young Spanish right back Hector Bellerin a new long term contract, according to a report in The Mirror.

It might not have happened either, after Arsene Wenger signed the France international Mathieu Debuchy from Newcastle in the summer to replace the Man City bound Bacary Sagna, who probably wonders whether he should have stayed. The boss also let Carl Jenkinson go on loan and if he hadn’t, then it might be him rather than Bellerin getting a new deal.

£50m transfer plans not enough for Arsenal 2

Posted on March 12, 2015 by admin

The Arsenal board and Arsene Wenger may not like it but in the real world that is top level football today, players cost a ridiculous amount of money. So if the Gunners are really serious about challenging the likes of Chelsea and Man City for the Premier League as well as having a proper crack at the Champions League, then we have to get serious with the spending.

That is why the news reported by the Daily Mail today that Wenger is planning a £50 million summer transfer swoop for three players does not exactly get me jumping up and down. Man United paid more than that for one player last summer.

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