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The realistic signing Wenger should make this month

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Sebastian GiovincoIt’s another slow January transfer window which is full of speculation and rumours and Arsene Wenger playing any links the club may have to the point where no one sees or expects us to sign anyone.

With less than four days to go to get business done it does make one worry a little, as it is evident that our squad does need to be strengthened in key areas despite the gaffer’s reluctance to do so, suggesting he has enough already to finish the job. It’s a very risky gamble to take considering the number of injuries we’re picking up and our apparent lack of depth.

We’ve been linked with a number of midfield starlets with Julian Draxler being the most recognizable. As well as that, we have been linked with an array of strikers in the past month, such as Sebastian Giovinco, Diego Costa, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Fernando Llorente but to name a few. Clearly, we need a forward to bolster our attack, and our ‘potential target list’ shows exactly that – all of which will cost a lot get hold of as clubs are unwilling to let their prized assets leave mid-season.

The most likely player to move to the Emirates, in my opinion, is Juventus’ Giovinco. Despite our much publicized and constant pursuit of Draxler, Giovinco has become a fringe player at Juve, having played a handful of games and down the pecking order. So a potential move in order to gain more game time as well as attain a spot in his countries World Cup squad and a potential league title amazing could well interest the small Italian, both of which he could only attain after a string of top drawer performances which I’m sure he could pull off.

He has great technical ability, quick feet and likes to take on defenders. He is also very versatile. Giovinco can play anywhere along the front three, as well as behind the striker, and would suit our style of play effortlessly.

He’s obviously frustrated at the lack of game time so we could potentially draw his attention and make a move for him before deadline day.

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  • Ernie says:

    Not good enough. He doesn’t have the ability to play as a center forward. We have more than enough players for the wings. wenger himself has said that. If we’re being realistic I’d take remy any day. Can play on the wings and upfront. He’s also proven in the league and will hit the ground running for us

  • med kaye says:

    I just came across another media smear campaign against Wenger not minding his own business. Truly speaking, we live world where not only the rich can set the rules but equally great attention should be paid to those not as rich as well as those without. This embodies the social ramifications and interactions. Without these precepts, there would have no marked difference between us and the lower animals in jungle across the world. I wonder how the citing of unfair fixtures in favour of the Gunners as well as a comment reminding football authorities about the rule of fair play in the transfer market should be interpreted. But i don’t really blame a buffoon like mournho who is nothing but a very special jester in the football world. How many times have he minded his own business but resort to war of words. This noose should stop.

  • anthony says:

    I totally agree remy would bebefit the team.he has pace sne is clinical in front of goal.

  • will says:

    Usual its all wenger fault you’ve been spitting out playing football manager games to much

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