Wilfried Zaha

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Vela, Oct 8, 2012.

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  1. Shadow Moses

    Shadow Moses Well-Known Member

    Good. Never wanted him here. For 15m we could get much better players. Ba went for half that price ffs
     
  2. GoOnYouGunners

    GoOnYouGunners New Member

    I think the fact that United agreed to loan him back for the remainder of the season made Palace more likely to deal. I can't see Arsenal paying £15 million and then loaning the player.
     
  3. Sydney Gooner

    Sydney Gooner New Member

    As fabo said I'd rather we go for Shaw if we want an English kid. £15-£20 million is an absolute joke of a price for a 20 year old that hasn't proved anything.
     
  4. GoOnYouGunners

    GoOnYouGunners New Member

    It's the typical "we didn't get the player so lets slag him off" that you always see on this forum.
     
  5. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, But Rarely

    You do know Luke Shaw will cost top dollar too? 12-15M? He is that good.

    Shaw has 14 appearances for SFC while Zaha has featured 120 times for Palace in a tough league. I don't get these arguments at all.

    Shaw is too good for us already btw, he'll be joining City, Chelsea or Manure.
     
  6. iced22

    iced22 New Member

    Thank f**k.

    Not quite sure what people saw in this kid anyway. 15 mil for some brainless dribbler who can't even produce decent numbers in the Championship after over a hundred games. Doesn't matter either way though, we need instant production regardless of how talented someone might be.
     
  7. Sydney Gooner

    Sydney Gooner New Member

    Where did I slag Zaha off? I just find it ridiculous that a 20 year old that has only played at Championship level is going to cost £20 million.

    For the record I would definitely pay the £12-£15 million Southampton would ask for Shaw. I know they play in different positions but Shaw at only 17 looks a better prospect.
     
  8. pg1989

    pg1989 New Member

    I would pay the £12-15 million for Shaw in a heartbeat. I have seen him a few times and on every one he has impressed me. The boy has top level potential and will be better than Gibbs. If I had to choose between Shaw and Zaha I'd choose Shaw especially when we have other exciting prospects like Gnabry coming through. Can't remember a defensive prospect ever exciting me this much, he's the real deal.
    Can't see us getting him this season though, he's developing well at the Saints.
     
  9. VancouverCanuck

    VancouverCanuck Well-Known Member

    I haven't seen enough of him to comment on his potential. But the main thing for me is he is not ready to help us right now. So I'd much rather spend the $15m on a Cavani or Jovetic, a big name who will help us achieve 4th this season, and provide the foundation to win a real trophy in the not-so-distant future.
     
  10. pg1989

    pg1989 New Member

    If $15 million can't buy you Zaha it certainly won't get you Cavani or Jovetic. Unlikely Cavani would come here until the end of the season either with Napoli doing so well.
     
  11. a_fourteen

    a_fourteen Well-Known Member

    15 million will buy you nothing more than a dinner date with cavani or jovetic. not even a hand job let alone a contract.
     
  12. Bigbludfire

    Bigbludfire Well-Known Member

    I really find it hard to believe that he was classed as a "diehard Arsenal fan" yet is seriously considering to move to Manchester Utd. He's even old enough and I'm even younger than him to realise the rivalry we have back then despite it dying down.
     
  13. VancouverCanuck

    VancouverCanuck Well-Known Member

    Thanks for putting that so elegantly. :) I didn't suggest $15m is enough, just that the money can be better used elsewhere. I'd much rather spend $30m on a quality player today, than buying two or three $10m+ players who will need several years before helping us to win anything.
     
  14. truth_hurts

    truth_hurts Well-Known Member

    Very disappointed to see him go to Man U as he will be a dangerous player and will quickly repay that 15m
     
  15. lee1001

    lee1001 New Member Trusted

    If we were to end up signing nobody, then id be very disappointed we didn't even fight for Zaha.

    However if we passed on him because we have someone more senior who could contribute to the first team immediately, then passing on Zaha was the right move. We have The OX, as our developing talent.
     
  16. Bossa

    Bossa New Member

    Why are people dissappointed? We got guys like Chamberlain, Walcott and Gnabry to play as RW. We dont need another promising youngster.
     
  17. jmsmtthw28

    jmsmtthw28 Well-Known Member Trusted

    GONE ........

    time to close this thread
     
  18. Macho

    Macho Well-Known Member

    <a class="postlink" href="http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11667/8434088/Manchester-United-agree-deal-with-Crystal-Palace-for-Wilfried-Zaha" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www1.skysports.com/football/news ... fried-Zaha</a>
     
  19. leo_ense

    leo_ense New Member

    Confirmed on united site.
     
  20. Glovegun

    Glovegun New Member Trusted

    People make way, way too much of this whole fan thing.

    Its just something the papers throw in to try and make a link more credible, and something that agents tell players to say to ingratiate themselves with their new supporters.

    Firstly, there are countless examples of Gooners who have played for our rivals. Darren Bent used to have a season ticket. Ashley Young followed us as a kid, as did Harry Redknapp donkeys years ago.

    When you get inside the game you probably stop being a fan. Your perception of the club will be affected by things that we aren't privy to as supporters, or aren't affected by at all.

    Also, becoming a footballer seems like a long and arduous road, and if you get a chance you take it with both hands. You seriously expect Zaha to turn down Manchester United, arguably the third biggest club in the world, because he used to watch Arsenal on the box?
     
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