Good day mates, hope you guys have gotten over the hang over of our worst result in over a 100 year years. Today, we finally hear news of concrete departures and arrivals.
Firstly, let’s deal with our likely to be departed players.
Mickey Bendtner papa has said that talks are very good and his son is in with a high chance of leaving soon. I rate him higher than Chamakh, and it’s a shame that we played him out of position so much last season. Scoring 45 goals in 157 appearances, we thank him for the goals, and wish him luck should his transfer out of Arsenal materialises.
Traore’s departure has been confirmed for £1.5 million, to QPR. Apparently it is the same amount we paid for him, so good deal in my opinion! Good riddance, you awful player.
With the departure of our back-up leftback, in comes Brazilian first choice left back at the moment, Andre Santos, from Fenerbache for £6m. I have never seen him or heard of him before, but to be selected for Brazil gotta count for something? Furthermore he is also 28 years-old, and brings a vast amount of experience, which frankly, is what Arsenal is in dire need of. Apparently he is having a medical today, hope to hear more news on this later today, fingers crossed.
Another player linked with us is Per Mertesacker, the german defender from Werder Bremen. Reports in French are surfacing that we are signing him for £6m, however, Bremen general Manager has Klaus Allofs has denied any deal, and says that no offers have been made. However, there can be no smoke without fire, so there may be genuine interest in the player. Furthermore, moves for Cahill has quieten down and it may be likely that Wenger has switched his attention to cheaper and attainable targets. I saw Mertesacker play before, great in the air, no-nonsense defender, and may be what we just need in defense.
Finally, Park Chu Young has more or less confirmed his arrival, and said why he chose Arsenal. Not a prolific striker, with 26 goals from 103 appearances, but with Chamakh due to go for the African Cups at end of the year, and Bendtner set to be leaving, any strikers would be welcomed. Hopefully this turns out to be one of Wenger’s astute signings. However, it must be noted that Chu-Young is liable for national service, and due to return to Korea in 2013 to perform military service. Hence this may be a stop-gap measure by Wenger, as the Korean may only be available for two years.
Finally, the cunt Nasri has spoken out that Arsenal did offer him a new contract, which he rejected, as HIS ADVISERS wanted another clause in his new contract, which Arsene felt was to our disadvantage. He said many unpleasant things, and I am not about to pick tooth with some cunt who needs his agent to tell him what kind of deal he should have. Grow up baby cunt. However, he did mention one thing we should note, and that was:
“Arsenal remains a big club, but the building of Emirates Stadium changed a lot of things. It has changed the ambitions, so far. But it is not Arsene Wenger, it is the club’s politics, the officials.”
Well, so maybe the season inactivity is not due to Wenger’s reluctance to spend, but the board’s. The bloody cunts. After many years of scrimping by Wenger when the one year he wants to spend you restrict him?!
So that’s it for today! I’m pretty sure there would be more news tomorrow, and it has got me rather excited! So if you want to be kept in the scope, leave a comment, share your thoughts, and subscribe now! Good’day!