Wenger Should Read And Take Notes!

Former Arsenal star Robin Van Persie is delighted for being able to come back from missing a penalty, and scoring another two goals in the last game he played for Manchester United.

The Dutchman managed to score two times the amount of goals his former club Arsenal have so far in the season, certifying that the Gunners have managed to lose an incredible player when they lost him to their biggest rivals. He then declared the fact that he wouldn’t have been able to do that a couple of seasons ago when he was still at Arsenal.

Arsenal Close To Bring Dutch Defender?

Dutch newspaper AD claims that Arsenal are ready to bring in Ajax’s international star Gregory Van Der Wiel, who at the age of 24 has already become an instrumental player for the Netherlands international squad.

After being closely linked with a move to Chelsea throughout the summer but apparently not agreeing over personal terms, the Dutchman seems to be now close to a move to London, where Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger might be his new coach. The Frenchman has admitted earlier this summer that they will still be looking to transfer a midfielder and a defender, so AD’s supposition makes sense given the fact that Sagna isn’t yet ready for action and the Gunners are short in the right-back.

Bendtner Still Due To Go?

After a very successful Euro 2012 campaign, everybody was expecting Arsenal’s second string striker Nicklas Bendtner to be on his way from the London side, especially given the fact that in the last season and a half he hasn’t been getting virtually any time on the pitch.

Linked with the likes of Juventus, Galatasaray and AC Milan, Bendtner was looking to be one of the first transfers Arsenal was going to make, but for some reason that didn’t happen.

Arsenal Close To Land M’Vila?

Arsenal might be close to landing French midfielder Yann M’Vila, as Rennes’ general manager Pierre Dreossi has declared that Arsene Wenger needs to find a timely replacement for the loss of Cameroon midfielder Alex Song.

According to the Rennes official, the Ligue 1 club is currently negotiating with three clubs, and Arsenal might be the destination for M’Vila this summer, after almost two whole seasons of rumours linking the London club with a move for the French defensive midfielder.

‘For the moment we have three offers.

Liverpool Due To Snatch Arsenal Target Sahin?

Despite being thought that Arsenal would bring in Real Madrid’s Nuri Sahin after Alex Song’s departure, it seems that arch rivals Liverpool moved better than the Gunners on the transfer market, as their manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed the possibility of Sahin’s move yesterday after the Europa League clash.

After narrowly winning against Hearts, Rodgers confirmed that in the next 24 hours some light will be shed on the Sahin deal, one which has been rumoured to be in the bag for Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger long ago.

“Hopefully in the next 24 hours we will get some confirmation on that,”

Jesus Navas Unaware Of Possible Arsenal Move

Amidst strong rumours that Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger might bring in Spanish star Jesus Navas to replace the possible outgoings of Theo Walcott and Andrey Arshavin, the 26-year-old Spaniard has declared that he’s unaware of such negotiations.

According to the newspapers, Theo Walcott isn’t willing to extend his deal with the Gunners now that Alex Song and Robin Van Persie have chosen to leave, and Arsene Wenger has been trying to address that by bringing in a powerful reinforcement in a timely manner.

‘I don’t know anything about Arsenal,’ Navas said when asked about the club’s interest.

Arsenal Could Still Lose Sahin According To Mourinho

Real Madrid’s manager Jose Mourinho has made a statement which is sure to confuse every Arsenal fan out there. After rumours have been lately pointing towards a sure transfer from Spain to Arsenal for Madrid’s defensive midfielder Nuri Sahin, the situation doesn’t seem so clean cut now as Real Madrid are still negotiating with other clubs.

Real Madrid’s manager has admitted that Arsenal are one of the potential destinations for Sahin, but declared that for him it makes no difference if the Turk joins Liverpool or Tottenham, although he admits that the Premiership experience will be a very benefic one for the young midfielder.

Rennes’ Admit Negotiation Over M’Vila With Arsenal

Arsenal’s manager might be close to bringing in Rennes’ midfielder Yann M’Vila, as French club Rennes’ general manager Pierre Dreossi has admitted that the two clubs are still in negotiations over the French international’s signature.

Believed to be over, the deal might still go through, and it seems that Arsene Wenger was once again a master of dissimulation, as he managed to bring M’Vila’s fee down by declaring a month back that Arsenal’s interest in the defensive midfielder has ended. His statement also drove speculation linking Chelsea and Barcelona with M’Vila away, and now Wenger might snatch him at a cut price.

Could Arsenal Land Llorente?

According to Llorente’s representative, Carlos Arino Bajo, the Spanish star is likely to end up playing in the Premiership, and will reach a decision shorty. The Spaniard seems to have quite a few teams on his tail, but the agent only shed light on a couple, saying that a club from Manchester and one for London have reached the final in Llorente’s decision-making.

While it’s easy to figure out which Manchester Club wants him, given the fact that United just brought in two strikers this summer and won’t be looking to add another, it’s difficult to pinpoint which London club are closer to get him, Llorente being liked with Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal during this summer.

Cazorla Demands Song And RVP Replacements

Newly transferred Arsenal star Santi Cazorla has declared his delight for debuting at Arsenal, but has also spoken about the importance of bringing in top players at the club, who could replace the losses of Robin Van Persie and Alex Song.

According to the Spanish international, 10 days is a lot of time for transfers to be brought in, and knowing what happened last season when Wenger brought in a host of players in the last week of the transfer season, it’s decent to say that at least one will still join the Gunners.