Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Aevi, Feb 6, 2019.
Guys don’t do this to yourself, dank memes is a tier 1 nonce and shyster
Your math seems a bit of amigo.
Have it on good authority that Arsenals business in the transfer window is done. Having failed to reach an agreement for Dayot Upamecano and worries about Kieran Tierneys injury problems, the top heads at the club decided it was best to not settle for second choices.
Fact is if we do sell Iwobi for 40 and Mustafi for 20 we would have covered Martinelli and around 66 million of the total Pepe transfer.
Our total net spend would be 7 million. No excuse not to go for Upamecano and Tierney this window, especially if they complete the squad for the campaign.
Then next summer you try and shift Xhaka, Chambers, Sokratis, Özil, Miki and Lacazette.
Then place a £220m bid for Mbappe
I love this last bit.
Remember that summer when Wenger almost sweet talked him into signing for us.
Wonder where we’d be if he’d pulled that off.
I wonder if this is the actual clean out season and there'll be no more business, beyond outs?
I highly doubt that was ever close
Iwobi is now a 40m player, Palace have set their price for Zaha. Pepe gas joinef and Wilf is heartbroken. We've postured as if we want Coutinho as a wide option.
Iwobi plus 40m (in installments) for Zaha. This is masterful Raul.
Hopefully not. I think there is business to be done if it can be done. Tierney hasnt travelled with Celtic to Romania so that can be a quick turn around.
I think the clear out we are seeing was always going to happen it may slightly stall business but not stop it. Get as much out as quickly as possible to see what we've saved and importantly in what position.
This can **** off!
Sokratis and Holding far better.
Think I might puke.
Actually, I'd be ok with crybaby being brought in if that meant we get Zaha in.
Yeah, I’m not sure it means that.
Luiz cant defend very well apart from that great signing
He can and he can pass it around real good also.
That's the point...
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