Arsenal & Spurs Target Showing Commitment To Current Club

By on August 6, 2011

David Dunn has backed club captain Christopher Samba not to get distracted from the speculation linking him with a move away from the club.

North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are both interested in the 27-year old with Spurs making the first move for the Rovers skipper.

Tottenham have offered £6million plus a player for the Congo internationa; the player offered has yet to be disclosed. Former Birmingham midfielder Dunn believes Samba will continue to give everything for the club.

“The good thing with Chrissy is every time he goes on the pitch for us he gives 100 per cent for us,” he told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.

“I don’t really read what is said in the papers and what goes on off the pitch doesn’t really concern us as long as he turns up on the Saturday and gives his all for the club then that is all we can ask for.

“The rest is in the club’s and the individual’s hands.”

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3 Comments

  1. Dylan Moore

    August 6, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    I don’t reckon he’s gonna come to Arsenal… would have liked it as he is a very commanding player and we lack those. But with the PL starting soon its incredibly unlikey Blackburn will let him go without one of ours going in return and they probably dont fancy swopping their experience for one of our youth projects

    • arsenalaether.com

      August 6, 2011 at 1:14 pm

      I agree, personally I’d love to see Samba at Arsenal, but I think Wenger would’ve already have been signed if he was really interested. It’s a shame though because Samba is underrated and would come cheaper than many other targets. Click my name!

  2. chris

    August 6, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    6 million plus any of the players talked about is a little insulting to blackburn.. when is Levy going to realise he’s not gona buy quality for nothing and actually put his hands inside his vast pockets??!!

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