Denilson – My Lawyer Has Spoken To Arsenal

Loaned-out Arsenal defensive midfielder Denilson has admitted his interest in a permanent deal with Brazilian side Sao Paulo, as the former Gunner failed to impress in London and had to be sent on loan so that he can get some playing time.

After the season spent on loan in Brazil, Denilson now wants to sign a permanent contract with the Brazilian side, being unwilling to return to the Londoners.

This might fit in perfectly if we take into consideration the fact that Arsene Wenger has been watching Sao Paulo’s attacking midfielder Lucas Moura, and might think about a possible exchange deal which may benefit both sides.

Arsenal Has Rivals In Chase For Young Brazilian Ace

Arsenal’s scouts have identified a new prospect for the club a few months back, and with the January transfer season now closed with no action from the Gunners, Galatasaray or Fiorentina might attempt to get first to Brazilian wonderkid Casemiro and steal him from under Wenger’s nose.

Having already made his debut for the senior national squad at a very fresh age of 19, Casemiro is rumoured to cost some £15m to whoever will decide to go for him first, but with Wenger highly interested in young potential-filled footballers Arsenal might get to profit from the deal.

Arsenal and Liverpool fighting over prolific Spartak Moscow striker

The Russian League is currently in recess so the transfer window is now in earnest and the rumours are flying in thick and fast. The latest and most interesting is the news that both Arsenal and Liverpool are keen on signing the prolific Spartak Moscow striker Wellinton.

The 25 year-old Brazilian hitman has been at Spartak for five years and has been the Russian Premier League top scorer for two of those years, but he is now expected to move on to bigger and better things, with Arsenal expected to be the most likely destination as cover for Robin Van Persie.

Arsenal Leads The Chase For Brazilian Star Striker

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly interested in the services of Milan attacker Alexandre Pato, and rumours are saying that the Gunners will have to fight with French right club PSG for the Brazilian’s signature.

Despite PSG’s rumoured interest, Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani snubbed the speculations saying that there was no official request from the French giants. “There are no negotiations with PSG for Pato,”, he said.

Arsenal want a new attacker at the team who could pair up with Robin Van Persie and even though club legend Thierry Henry is reportedly going to join the club, Wenger still needs somebody because Chamakh and Gervinho will both leave for the African Nations Cup.