Posted on Saturday, 7th July 2012 by Guest Blogger
Forgotten Arsenal midfielder Denilson will stay at Sao Paulo for another season.
The Brazilian made 47 appearances for Sao Paulo last season, having dropped down the pecking order at Arsenal and out of Arsene Wenger’s first team plans, and is now set for another campaign in his home country.
It’s probably not the most ideal of moves for both the 24-year-old defensive midfielder and the north London club to be honest.
I’m guessing Denilson would have rather sealed a permanent switch away from The Emirates, as it appears he is no longer wanted. While the club, in a financial view, would have preferred to see him sold to the Brazilian side, or any other for that matter, thus decreasing the wage bill a little.
To me, this move proves that Denilson has no future at Arsenal, and I for one wouldn’t be surprised if he asks for a permanent move away from the club as early as January.
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