Yaya Sanogo (Out)

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Kingslayer, Jul 8, 2015.

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  1. Kingslayer

    Kingslayer Forza Milan

  2. Sanchez11

    Sanchez11 Everything is sh1t

    Good now just campbell to go then the seas will part for the benz!
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  3. Hunta

    Hunta NOT In A Caravan Trusted

    Sigh, just sell him, he's never making it here.

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  4. ArsenesNO1Fan

    ArsenesNO1Fan Well-Known Member

    Could be a good move for him.

    Probably not, but why not sell when he's at his peak and his price has increased?
  5. Livedk

    Livedk Well-Known Member

    Still cant believe we played him vs Dortmund as a starter in the CL

    The tweet from Dortmund when he scored was hilarious though

  6. Trilly

    Trilly The John Cross of Ilford

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  7. RandyMarsh

    RandyMarsh Established Member

    If we can get some kind of significant profit from selling this guy then Wenger's plan would have worked. He surely never thought this guy had a future ar Arsenal.

    Get him on a free, develop him for 2 to 3 years and sell him for 3 or 4 mil. Dont reckon this guy is on anything over 20k a week so won't have spent too much on his wages.

    Hopefully he will impress on whatever loan he goes on and that club will take a punt on him.
  8. Taylor Gang Gunners

    Taylor Gang Gunners Shame is a dish best served cold Trusted

    Would prefer a permanent move, he barely looks a footballer. Hope there's a fee to buy or something, quicker he's off the books the better.
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  9. Livedk

    Livedk Well-Known Member

    of course he did - Sanogo shined for U21 and was very cheap - not unlike Anelka. he dosnt go around and buys youngster in the hope of making spare-change. Sanogo was a very cheap gamble that still might pay of.
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  10. Token Yank

    Token Yank Well-Known Member

    Also played against Bayern in the knockout stages LOL. He did have that crazy pass where he did some crazy moves at midfield and lofted a perfect pass to Ox I believe.
  11. Artisan

    Artisan Not Emery's Old Pal

    I'm glad we aren't selling him, if he improves technically he can still have a role at the club. He's got the personality and the playstyle, but it's just a shame he has the same technical ability as a drunkard with a foot stuck in cement.
  12. RandyMarsh

    RandyMarsh Established Member

    Sorry mate. absolutely no chance this guy has a future at Arsenal. Our days of the donkey striker should be finished with. The only way it will 'pay off' is if we can actually sell him.
  13. Bigbludfire

    Bigbludfire Well-Known Member

  14. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, But Rarely

    A loan in France would suggest it's a chance for him to shine and get a nice move back there. Lille wanted to sign him too, when we picked him up.
  15. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, But Rarely

    Think it's worrying he made no impact at Palace.
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  16. WurzlSepp

    WurzlSepp Has No Chill

    I was really impressed by him when he played vs munich.
    Pacy, strong, tall... Still hoping he steps up, everyone also thought Coquelin was ****, not even good at Freiburg.
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  17. Bigbludfire

    Bigbludfire Well-Known Member

    Any player who can't register a shot on target through half the year needs to piss off.
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  18. Pies

    Pies Member

    Very true. Personally have not been impressed very much by him, but haven't quite written him off yet. Have no problem keeping Sanogo on our books, but he is not ready for us. I would probably season long loan him somewhere.

    Of course you cannot keep every single player thinking they will end up like Coquelin. I'm sure Arsène has a plan for Sanogo and will reassess it at a later date. Really don't see him selling him at this stage.
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2015
  19. BobP

    BobP Memri Fan

    Streich played Coquelin as a left midfielder FFS.
  20. shkabo14

    shkabo14 Member

    The lighting doesn't strike twice. How many times have we seen a sitation similar to Le Coq's?

    The thing with our current squad is that we are already filled number-wise and do not have time to wait for miracle to happen.

    If a players who deserve a chance at CF this season (providing we don't sign the much needed yet unexisting striker in the current market) are Theo and Welle.

    Sanogo has to wait his turn by going on another loan or a permanent transfer in case we sort out our attacking situation during this window.
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