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Are Arsenal really in a position to be turning down world-class players?

Date: 17th June 2014 at 7:02pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Arsenal fans were left bitterly disappointed when news broke last week that former captain Cesc Fabregas would not be returning to the Emirates after three years at Barcelona, instead moving to Premier League and London rivals Chelsea for a £30million fee. Most interestingly, the Spain international revealed that Arsene Wenger had refused the opportunity to re-sign him via a clause included in the deal that brought the 27 year-old to the Nou Camp in summer 2011, informing reporters; " We spoke with Wenger and he said that with Ozil they had this position well covered." You can certainly understand it from Wenger's point of view. Arsenal's new sponsorship deal with Puma deal may give Le Professeur the largest transfer budget in Gunners history for the coming window, but of all departments of the Emirates roster that require his attention this summer, central midfield is not one of them. A star-studded striker is the most important acquisition of all - Wenger knows the fans won't stomach another season where limited ... Read More


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