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Transfer speculations have dominated the headlines in recent times with Fabregas and Nasri being the biggest names that might go out. Bids have been made for Bendtner and Denilson so the blokes are probably relaxing somewhere while their agents do the main work. Denilson’s agent is probably in Spain discussing terms with Sevilla while Bendtner’s agent is in Turkey.

Denilson’s agent will probably tell them that his client must get a better offer than the one he’s earning at Arsenal and they should give him a bonus anytime he doesn’t take on his escort-in-chief role.  Sevilla is a side that has decent central midfielders so Denilson might find out that the grass is not that green in Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. They have the old experienced Renato, Farmer Eboue’s compatriot Romaric and that left footed genius Ivan Rakitic who moved in January from Shakhtar. The bid amounts to £8m but there are reports that Arsenal wants to use Denilson as bait to land that Black Eyed Peas singer that plays for Shakhtar,

The media Vultures say that Arsenal are about to make a £12m bid for and the club also wants to add Denilson to the deal in a part exchange.  A move to Ukraine will be for favorable for Denilson because there are a lot of Brazilians in that squad so he’ll feel at home. He has also told the entire cosmos that he’s a frustrated figure at Arsenal so a move to Shakhtar will be a very good escape route for the bloke. Borges da Silva was born on the 9th of August, 1988 in the city of Ribeirao Pires in Brazil. He started his career in SC Corinthians in 2004 and stayed in the club for 3 years before making a £12.25m move to his present club Shakhtar Donetsk. In his time at Corinthians he didn’t win any trophy at club level but he won the Under-20 South American Championships in 2006 with Brazil. In his time with the miners, won the Ukrainian League and Cup double in 2008 and won the UEFA Cup (Europa League) a year later. He was present in the UEFA Super Cup final loss to Barcelona thanks to that Pedro Rodriguez’s goal in 2009. He also won the Ukrainian league in 2010. is a player that thrives well in the hole behind the striker but he’s also adept on the left wing and the right wing as well as attack. He’s a technically gifted player that has amazing dribbling skills, a deft first touch as well as an eye for shooting surface-to-goal long range missiles. I’m pretty sure that when/if he joins Arsenal the surface-to-goal volleys will reduce. Tomas Rosicky is a living witness to that. In his Borussia Dortmund days, Rosicky fired 4 shots for every 5 passes he received outside the box but when he joined Arsenal, he gave 6 more passes for every 5 received. It’s so bad that an extra pass comes out from nowhere. Rosicky scored his first goal since the days Uther Pendragon ruled Camelot with a header against Leyton Orient. is also a flamboyant player that has lots of pace to burn.

Should Arsenal decide to get him for £12m and a want away player, it will be a great move by Arsene Wenger. Fabregas has been linked away to his hometown club but I believe his going to stay but’s presence would mean that Fabregas could be rested for some games because that bloke plays too many games for Arsenal. His hamstring got tired last season and it gave up on him many times.

Gary Cahill has been the media Vulture’s favorite to be the messiah that will save Arsenal’s defense next season but his £17m price tag has been an issue for Arsenal so reports are emerging that AW wants to bid for the bloke but send Arsenal’s Bojan Krkic lookalike on loan to them for an entire season as part of the deal. Ignasi Miquel made his debut when Arsenal visited Brisbane Road to play Leyton Orient in that FA Cup encounter but he wasn’t too confident in that game. The fact that he was playing with Squillaci didn’t help matters at all. The young lad is currently the captain of the Reserves side and he has been doing well for them. It’s not yet his time to make the big step for Arsenal so a loan move to a Premier League club like Bolton will do wonders to his confidence.

Now that Miquel is part of the mix-up, the £17m tag is expected to drop but I’ll still prefer Arsenal to get Samba and forget about this Cahill bloke. There’s Vermaelen who is probably better than 2 Cahills and there’s the Djourcielny combo with the Squisha somewhere behind the scenes so buying 2 defenders will be a wrong call by me and a waste of good quid. Samba is older than Cahill but cheaper than him too. Wenger has the final say though.

LOSC Lille Metropole won their first League and Cup double since the days Napoleon Bonaparte ruled France and there were some players that contributed massively to that magnificent achievement. Senegal’s Moussa Sow flew Africa’s flag as he damaged the nets of the opposition with a shitload of goals. Ludovik Obraniak and the BioHazard of Eden were also the tormentors-in-chief to many French sides but there’s a player in that Lille squad that has impressed Wenger more than the rest, Gervais Yao Kouassi.

Twitchy Ol’ Harry Redknapp decided to go to SkySports radio station so he probably heard about Arsenal’s link to Gervinho because we all know that Harry does his scouting on radio. Tottenham made a bid for Gervinho but the winger has decided that he’ll prefer a move to the Red half of North London. The media Vulture headline for that article was very catchy.

“It’s Gunner be a Gervi-no to Spurs”

Lille has confirmed that Arsenal is in talks with them about the services of Gervinho. Gervinho might not be in the mold of super star signings that the fans and some players want but he’ll be a very effective player for us next season because he’ll be keen to impress his new employers.

Nasri had told the Arsenal hierarchy that he wanted pay parity with Fabregas and it seems as if the club is going to give in to demands so that he’ll stay at the club for another 4 years or more. My buddie and fellow Arsenal blog writer Omar Almasri setup a poll in his blog about Samir Nasri because he wanted to know the fans’ opinion on Nasri’s wage increase demands.

69% of the Arsenal fans that voted want Arsenal should give in to the bloke’s demands. 25% of the fans feel that Arsenal should say no to Nasri while the remaining 4% didn’t give a fuck.

Stan Kroenke probably read Omar’s post and there are reports emerging that he’s going to add the remaining £20,000 per week that Nasri is asking for.  This now means that we the gooners can’t use Andy Reed’s proposed approach to pay Samir Nasri. Andy Reed suggested that 20,000 fans following Samir Nasri would contribute £1 per week for the bloke to soothe his greedy ambitions. :)

That’s all for today gooners.

I want to express my gratitude to the readers of this post.  You guys are my inspiration.


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  1. Darlington Nweke

    June 15, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    That was a very good write-up. You’re supposed to be on AW’s bench.

  2. venky

    June 15, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    samba,Gervinho and Enrique would do for me. If willian comes then I wouldnt say no

  3. Phil23

    June 15, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    and the other 2%?

  4. mohex

    June 15, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    well done nice one but i think wenger will buy whencamelot is captured in 2340yrs to come hussssh

  5. Sede

    June 15, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    Thumbs up!i’ve not read a succint article like this one.keep it up!

  6. Abhimanyu

    June 15, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Lovely Post.. Loved it.. u actually got me laughing about this entire mess we are in.

  7. deen nigeria

    June 15, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    i love this write up .u should apply for a space transfer news update…

  8. Northbanksy

    June 15, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Pay parity with Fabregas for Nasri is fine…that leaves the way clear mid season to offer Cesc 150K a week to sign a new 5 year deal. LOL!!!

  9. Dahdah Tolulope

    June 15, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Am in support of everything execpt d part of Gervinho been keen to impress d new employee….i pray he isnt lik chamakh and Arshavin dat were keen to impress in d first half of there debut season alone…
    Come to think of this Gervinho and Chamakh wil be participating in d Africa Nations Cup come january 2012 so who wil be striking then,pls dont tell me RVP cos we are 50% sure he might be on the sideline then……or what do you think

  10. Arsenal Avenue

    June 15, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    I would be happy if we can get rid of Denilson and Bendtner first before we talk about the new summer signings. Selling these two players will free up some cash for wages so it’s better we do the deals with interested clubs as soon as possible.

  11. paul

    June 15, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    for me i think samda Gervinho and Enrique would d0 but though the problem is with the manager him self. hie is old class now he should have resigned last time when he got the honour when he went an beaten. i love arsenal but i hate wenger

  12. bc

    June 15, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Blackburn have already lost Jones, Samba would mean they need 2 centre halves, why not offer them Bartley (on loan) and Squillaci permanently for Samba, we could always throw in a couple of mill as well. Then still go for the Cahill (Miquel) deal. That way we have our 2 young promising centre halves on loan in the premiership. We would also have enough versatile centre halves to cope with Clichy’s, Eboue’s and Denilson’s departures. As Vermaelen, Djourou and Koscielney can all play DM as well as a full backs, if required. It would also give us that solidity that Wenger talks about. Imagine playing Stoke with a back line of Djourou, Samba, Cahill, Vermaelen with Koscielney Patrolling in front of them. Obviously wont work against United and Chelsea, but we have less problems against those sides.

  13. Moha

    June 15, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Surface-to-goal missiles..hahaha tht ws funny…bt let’s hop he is different frm d lil mozart

  14. tushortz

    June 15, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    i will love to see samba,cahill,willian,gervinho,enrique join the remaining arsenal team without anybody been sold except from players like,denilson,bendtner,clichy,squilasi…gunners for life………

  15. arsenal

    June 15, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    i would like to see some signing happening. everywhere i look it like “arsenal are in talks with gervino..etc”

    just get the deals done

    arseanl 4 life

  16. fii

    June 15, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    stop referin 2 eboue as a farmer.aniway, nice post

  17. ibezimako josemaria

    June 15, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    lets hope the and gervinho saga r wrapped up quickly .. arsene wenger is fabled for dragging negotiations for far too long .. we need to have dem doing their medical b4 the week runs out ..

  18. heavy

    June 15, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    am tired of gervinho rumour sign him or live. Gunners for life.

  19. mj_baloch

    June 15, 2011 at 5:42 pm


  20. ernest washington

    June 17, 2011 at 7:10 am

    I love arsenal,wenger shuld use his head well o and stop too much talk,he shuld stat signin players dats all I want.up gunners

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