Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by gooners_4_lyf, Nov 17, 2007.
I wear my party hat at all times.
well, doesnt sound like the deal is dead, but if Dmitrov's trial went as well as everyone thinks it did, maybe Mputu will not be signed and the Bulgarian kid will....
Someone's gotta be signed. That's all I care. The guy (whoever) will probably be loaned out for 2 seasons anyways. I like both players but I think Dimitrov is an Arsenal type of player with his cheeky runs and fancy footwork. Mputu's probably the bulky tough kinda striker
Apparently Mputu's 'balls' kicking ability is what impresses Wenger the most lol
cant find the link atm.
but i read that wigan are intersted in signing mputo.
what a suprise :roll:
Mputu's Club Invited For A Friendly
is that the guy? i swear he did the same thing in the ACON last time round. think he'll need to stop doing that.
Not sure why we'd be interested in him tbh. We've already got van Persie, Adebayor, Bendtner and Eduardo, plus Walcott who'll surely end up there, as well as a lot of young talent in Murphy, Barazite, Sunu, Freeman, Vela etc. You'd expect at least one of that latter quintet to be pushing for a first-team spot in 3 or 4 years time.
Mputu Back On 'Trial'
Yup. Crazy guy. btw that Angola defender is a very good player. I watched him in the ACN and he's a really strong and aggresive player but lacks concentration at times. Good athlete tho. Just sharing my opinion.
http://arsenalanalysis.blogspot.com/200 ... young.html
The friendly has been played but Mputu was semi injured.
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