Fredrik Ljungberg (Out)

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Olofski, Feb 7, 2004.

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  1. Paddy from Sweden

    Paddy from Sweden New Member

    The part about Bojinov comes from the imagination of the journo at The Guardian and not from the Italian press.
  2. qs

    qs New Member Elite

    The Guardian don't tend to just make stuff up. Probably the most reliable football paper in England(though thats not saying too much)
  3. Soler

    Soler New Member Elite

    I think that's the case too. I'm hardly going to try and guess what Wenger's planning to do here, but with things like "... it looks increasingly likely he will soon be joined by striker Obafemi Martins." in decent news sources I think Bojinov is more of a back-up option if a deal with Martins falls through.

    Obviously, the Ljungberg to Fiorentina and Bojinov coming here deal is off if it's Martins as it'd make no sense to sign three strikers in one summer on top of having RVP and Adebayor already there.
  4. Paddy from Sweden

    Paddy from Sweden New Member

    Still the only thing I have found on Italian Fiorentina sites is that Torino and Roma are interested in Bojinov and that the Turin club is in pole for his signature. Nothing about Arsenal but an article about that article in The Guardian so I guess that was news to them as well.
  5. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

  6. Clrnc

    Clrnc Well-Known Member Trusted

    5.5m plus bojinov? am i dreaming? its the bestest deal for ljungberg i could have dreamt of. i remember people here saying we would be lucky if we get 3m for ljungberg

    if this is true, i don't see why wenger wouldn't accept the deal. i understand bojinov isnt playing as well as he should be, but he would still be better than an ageing ljungberg.

    bojinov record is not prolific at all, a whee bit less than decent for a striker. he can play wings as well

    2001–2004 Lecce 65 (16)
    2005–2006 Fiorentina 36 (8)
    2006–2007 → Juventus (loan) 18 (5)

  7. Viper

    Viper Member

  8. YeahBee

    YeahBee Terrible hot takes

    Heck I would take a straight swap with Bojinov

    Swedish Aftonbaldet, reports that we have agreed but that Freddie will ahve to take a wage cut (but a longer contract) the ball is with Freddie
  9. number_0

    number_0 Member

    Sorry no Arsenal clips


    :cry: :cry:
  10. number_0

    number_0 Member

    Sorry no Arsenal clips


  11. stuart

    stuart New Member Trusted

  12. Good news - a few clubs are after him. At least we have some back up.

    EMIR8_SOLDIER New Member

    ahh freddie man gotta love the guy

    Sorry no Arsenal clips, no matter how good they are :(

  14. nidza7

    nidza7 New Member

  15. phenn

    phenn New Member

    I like Freddie. It makes no business sense to keep him. But I like him. Even though he's aging and really not very good right now. Every once in a while when we throw him in there he might come up with something good. Plus just for sentimental value. We've really had a lot of turnover lately.
  16. Alfonso

    Alfonso New Member Elite

    Bojinov is a good player, but he has stagnated and stalled in recent years. He is more of a 'big fish in a small pond' kind of player and a bit of a headcase. One of the pros of signing him would be that he could play on the left as well. Personally, I would prefer Goran Pandev, who is a similar player.
  17. thegame24

    thegame24 New Member

    5.5 milion?

    better than nothing i suppose.
  18. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    £5.5m for a 30-year-old who is rarely fit is flipping brilliant business.
  19. nidza7

    nidza7 New Member

    ...and I thought Cygan deal was a business materpiece.
  20. thegame24

    thegame24 New Member

    whats this i hear about 5.5 and bojinov too

    any truth to that?
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