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SIX alternatives to Morgan Schneiderlin for Arsenal and Tottenham

Date: 14th August 2014 at 7:50pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Amid an enormous exodus of first team talent at Southampton, a few weeks ago it was believed the sought-after Morgan Schneiderlin would be the latest Saints star to instigate his own exit from the south coast. The defensive midfielder, who has made more tackles, 259, and more interceptions, 207, than any Premier League player since the Saints' top flight ascension in summer 2012, was linked heavily with moves to Arsenal and Tottenham - the former in desperate need of a holding midfielder and the latter now lead by former St. Mary's boss Mauricio Pochettino. But despite handing in an official transfer request, Southampton have declared that whether he likes it or lumps it, the France international will not be allowed to leave this summer. Thus, it's time for both North London clubs to seek alternatives as the summer transfer window enters it's final stages. And being the lovely bunch we are at Football Fancast, we've listed SIX that the Gunners and the Lilywhites should be strongly considering. CHEICK TIOTE News emerged yesterday evening that Arsenal are preparing an £8million bid for Cheick Tiote and the Newcastle dynamo would certainly do a decent job for Tottenham too. Newcastle could sell £8m Cheick Tiote with Arsenal set to rival clubs in Russia and Spain http://t.co/ElzXBpXpJ1 #NUFC #AFC— Express Football (@ExpressFootball) August 12, 2014 The 28 year-old has been a central factor in the Tyneside outfit's successes since joining the Magpies from FC Twente in summer 2010, and now offers 107 games-worth of Premier League experience. No doubt, the Ivory Coast international is a real warrior - last season he recorded one of the best tackling returns in the ... Read More

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