Arsenal News: Nasri Talk | Wilshere Rumours | Barca’s Fabregas Arrogance

By on June 27, 2011

With Nasri’s future at the club still in a doubt, the media Vultures have come with a story that says that Arsenal would sell Fabregas to Barcelona to keep Nasri. Nasri told everyone that he needed more money but he decided to turn it around by saying that he wanted to see Wenger’s transfer activity this summer.

Selling Fabregas to keep Nasri is one of the crappiest things I heard in a while. We all know that Fabregas can move to only one club this summer and they are MC Hammer broke. So broke that they have banned color photo copying machines, sacked their bodyguards and have canceled all catering events.

It’s just awkward to know that throughout Arsenal’s six-year trophy drought, Barcelona has won three Champions Leagues and four Liga BBVA titles yet their coffers are very bare. An African legend like Eto’o scored a million and one goals for them but they treated him like dirt and added a fortune with him, tied in a pretty ribbon round him just to acquire the services of Zlatan Turkeymovic who was used for a solitary season before he was shipped out to AC Milan to rediscover his old Inter form.

I can’t deny that Barcelona is the best football team in existence but that arrogance has been exhibited in their pursuit of Fabregas. Fabregas cannot be compared to captains like Charlie Adam or Scotty Parker that have been sought after their teams have been relegated. He’s the captain of a football team that has won 13 league titles, 10 FA Cup and other trophies but has been very competitive and highly unlucky in recent years.

The media Vultures also say that Arsenal’s fierce rivals Manchester United are gearing themselves up to make a £20m bid for Nasri. The last time Arsenal did a deal of any sort with Manchester United, an old French hag was the prize with a meager tag of £750,000. Arsene Wenger has said that there’s no way in Hell that he’s going to enrich his want-away players to his provisional rivals in the Premier League. Be it Clichy to Liverpool or Nasri to Man Utd. Both players have a year left on their present deals so contract talks are the order of the day.

Clichy isn’t the best left back in the galaxy but his years of service to Arsenal Football Club can’t be overlooked. Nasri on the other hand is a star that stepped into the limelight last season so he needs to stay at Arsenal to build on it.

The media Vultures have also reported that Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere is on the verge of signing a long term contract that will keep him at the club till 2016. Wilshere is a player that we can call our own because his DNA is 100% Arsenal.

He amassed over 4,000 minutes of active football last season and scored two goals against Shakhtar and Aston Villa. Wilshere deserves a new deal at the club so it’s pleasing to know that Wenger has decided to reward him for his hard work and determination that saw him win the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Sayonara

Submitted by Gooner Daily

 

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10 Comments

  1. Aussie Jack

    June 28, 2011 at 12:19 am

    It makes you think just how long Barcelona can keep chasing trophies when they are reportedly `broke`.
    It also makes you think what kind of a future there is for Fabregas who may be leaving an Arsenal on the incline, for a club that is on the decline. If it`s silver he wants he`s probably better off staying put, but maybe there`s more to it than that.

    • Jenks

      June 28, 2011 at 2:03 pm

      I think you’ve got your inclined and declines mixed up mate. Arsenal finished 4th this season down from 3rd last seasons, and Barca have just won the Champions League.

    • Orang Utan

      June 29, 2011 at 7:42 am

      Arsenal incline? Funniest joke I have ever heard. They have been declining since the invincibles days.Mind you, Arsenal has ZERO silverware for the past 6 years and you call that incline.

      Oh, and Barcelona have won 2 Champion leagues in 3 years with the la liga in the past 3 years. You called that decline?

      God some people are just dumb and biased.

  2. random hero

    June 28, 2011 at 1:05 am

    fabregas has this burning desire to return to barcelona.
    why keep him if his heart isnt in playing for arsenal?
    if they can raise the money then it would be best for both cesc and arsenal to sell.
    the money received would help arsene reinforce the squad where we need it.
    we could also redistribute the captaincy to someone who loves the club (rvp or verm) and not to someone to try and stop them leaving the club. i.e thierry and cesc.

  3. Mohamed Zubairu

    June 28, 2011 at 1:32 am

    Fabragas’ departure is the way forward for Arsenal. He is no doubt an incredible talent but you need more than that to win trophies. You need passion and passion is a product of the heart. Fabragas’ heart is with Barca – no doubt about that. Bcos of that, he might never attain his known level again in Arsenal shirt bcos the passion to do that will not be there.
    We need to sell him, not to Barca, but to the highest bidder – even if it is Man City. It was mentioned that they can offer 54m pounds. With that, we can strengthen our squad to deal with the threat that he will pose at Man City.

    • random hero

      June 28, 2011 at 3:27 am

      i agree with letting him go, but a move to man city is highly unlikely.
      cesc loves the club and i do not think he would move within the premiership.
      he has continually stated his appreciation to AW.
      he has only ever shown desire to return to barcelona and i believe that is his only possible destination.

  4. sherry

    June 28, 2011 at 4:13 am

    Cesc would stay happily if asked to stay. he’s loyal to Arsenal, but Barca is his home. Also, you can tell cesc plays for personal glory no matter what club he’s playing for. so selling him cause his “heart isn’t in it” is BS.

    • Nasi Goreng

      June 29, 2011 at 7:46 am

      “Playing for personal glory”

      What a nice way to say “Arsenal isn’t gonna win anything”

  5. nicky

    June 28, 2011 at 8:38 am

    Whatever is the destination of Fabregas,
    this whole saga simply must end this summer. The “will he, won’t he” question
    is a continuing sore in the side of fans, Club and players alike. Only the newspapers have benefited so far.
    It’s a shame that at the end of the day,
    it is probable that he will sign for FC Barcelona, who alone emerge from the whole of this sorry business, totally without honour.

  6. shady

    June 30, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    fabregas is a good player we dont wanna lose but if he wants to go lets find a replacement quick.

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