Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by gooners_4_lyf, Nov 17, 2007.
Whats the story, any updates..Are we going for trez or not?
http://arsenalanalysis.blogspot.com/200 ... senal.html
500,000 and better than Samuel Eto'o? I'll be on the moon if this guy will be just as good as him.
Wenger is a genius, I will not be suprised if he goes on to be better than E'too!
classic Wenger deal imo.
Deal is not done yet, but we have got first option on him by the looks of it, which is good.
dead anyone see the comment by "BobbyBlogger" underneath?
Obviously Wenger knows more than "BobbyBlogger"
but Im surprized no one else has really heard about him....
not beeing negative here, and I haven't seen him play but BobbyBlogger's comment makes me wonder
I believe Wenger and our scouts more than that Bobbyblogger.
He had his trial with us Wenger has enough time to see how he can do.
Bit of nonsense IMO.
I agree, still I will only judge after I've seen him play and of course I have faith in Wenger and I trust him and support him with all decisions but there are some questionmarks concerning Mputu without having seen him in action...
Every tranfer has its danger, even Kaka can fail in Premiership. :wink:
If he is 500K as mentioned I think we have nothing to lose.
Except for £500k
don't understand where that Bobbyblogger came from. If his verdict on Mputu is based on his observation on the player's performance in ACN, then AW's scouts must be watching but concluded with a report to AW with a trial suggestion. If this Congonese does get a deal, maybe he would be thrown to Salamanca on loan?
Agree. I don't think Mputu is worth of 500k, even for a structural, performance-dependent deal. If Muptu's people trying to push the price, AW might pull the plug like what he did in Hobb's deal.
ok, a couple of observations...
a) Bobbyblogger??? who the feck is this?
b) he said he wasnt impressed with the lad at the last ACN... um, the kid was 2 years younger then.. it has been SINCE then he has impressed
c) on the Arsenal.com website, Wenger himself has said that he impressed on trial...
$500k is a SMALL amount of money for someone who has the POTENTIAL to be great.. we paid more than that for Song... and Clichy... and Flamini... etc
Bobbyblogger = MrTalentScout
did'nt we pay £500K for a certain Nicholas Anelka. and we made something like £23 million out of his transfer,
so if Mputu does turn out to be a diamond that would be money well spent.
don't want anyone to get me wrong...I'm ALL for it...I'm just saying I thing it's a bit over the top to call him the next Eto'o
not worth it imo
we got toure for half that price
im ASSUMING that was toungue-in-cheek?
500k in todays market is a trickle in the waterfall...
I don't want him - keep Vela - whens he back by they way?
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