Arsenal will miss out on Sanchez

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Arsenal’s dream transfer hitlist this summer

Date: 3rd July 2014 at 7:50pm
Written by Alex Hams

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger once again has the fabled ‘war chest’ at his disposal this summer to bring in star names to give the Gunners a genuine chance of claiming the Premier League title. Last year the Frenchman surprised everyone by ditching his frugal reputation to land Mesut Ozil, and although the playmaker hasn’t truly lived up to his £42.5m price tag, it appears that the Emirates Stadium chief’s fingers have not been too badly burned. A number of big name, and expensive players, have been linked with Arsenal, and here are some of those ‘dream’ additions… Angel di Maria Having just fired ... Read More

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    André Hatlevik
    6 months ago

    Sorry that was a copy comment!!!!! What I meant to say is that Sanchez would want a team he could fit right into because of they’re familiar style of play. Plus he knows just as well as any other that Arsène has made players better then they already were. Sanchez former teammate Fàbregas is just one example of that plus Sanchez would like just as Di Maria a nice city to set into. London is one of the most visited places in the entire world as a matter a fact I am traveling there with my two brothers and sister in law to the autumn and then I will get to buy several stuff at the stadium and get a tour as well as look at the statues something I did not when Arsenal beat Aston Villa at home in 2011 by a late goal by Diaby on a corner. Plus Arsenal were on top of the league 128 days last season more then half as much as the Reds behind on 3rd with only 58 days on top. And Özil will only be better next season and the German will make it much easier for the Chile player. Something Gerrard, Sturridge, Sterling are not half as good at as Özil it’s providing goals. Even his first touch as a Gunner was a assist to Giroud. And Arsenal FC were the best team last season with staying on top longer then any other team ending they’re 9 year trophy drought and ruliing the hardest Champions League group any English team had to enter. Arsenal even became the first English club to defeat Borussia Dortmund away at Signal Iduna Park as well. Which resulted in a win against both Bayern and Dortmund away the same year something that hadn’t been accomplished by any team for 9 years!!!!!!! So one can say Arsenal ended 3 droughts last season. By first being able to land Mesut Özil a world class player, then the FA Cup win and then winning against both Bayern and Dortmund “away” same year!!!!!! And Arsenal have a bigger chance to land Arturo Vidal as well if we get Alexis Sanchez

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