Recent results have reflected the hard-work and commitment put in by our players and so I guess it’s only justified to congratulate them after enduring such a busy schedule as of late.
However, having said that, I guess I can be allowed to turn the page and address the issues at hand.
I really love, value and rate our current crop of players and I will forever continue to. We must however not forget that despite their quality some of them might have lost it at Arsenal and therefore some chopping needs to be had. I have therefore analysed and included the following list of who should be going and who should be coming in respectively:
One of the best dribblers and passers of the ball at the club. He also possesses magnificent movement and was highlighted to be in the mould of one Patrick Vieira. Multiple injuries have however all but hampered his Arsenal career, reducing him to a ‘paid for nothing’ status.
First of all I wonder if he will be willing to extend his current contract but even so, the Russian seems to have lost his way on the wing and though he favours the number 10 position, it will be hard to come by at the Emirates, especially considering Arsene Wenger’s preferred 4-2-3-1 formation. Still word-class for me but perhaps his time at Arsenal has finally run out.
The Moroccan just seems less confident, less aggressive than last season and looks to have given up.
Just let him leave, never going to play for the club again.
The Spanish midfielder is said to be the new Patrick Vieira in his native country and has also admitted to idolising the legendary Frenchman in the past. His Endless energy, aerial ability, versatility and ability on the ball would make him a perfect partner for Song and co. in midfield. has admitted that he would be keen on a move to the Premier League.
If reports from Germany are accurate then the FC Koln striker is already Gunner, having been bought for a fee of £10.9 million fee. Would certainly give Robin van Persie some competition upfront.
Forget Karim Benzema (who I think has the same negatives as Chamakh), Higuan is the striker to help bolster our attacking options.
Ex-partner of Thomas Vermaelen and could also provide cover in midfield.
Now I would rather see these players stated above arrive over Hazard or Gotze, as I believe the players listed would bring more steel to the side, which we urgently need.
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