Arsenal transfer saga

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It has been observed over the years that arsenal have not been very clever in dealing with transfers in special.Reasons can be one to many, they could either be the strict wage policy or perhaps just the lack of titles.

The current sale of Alex-oxlade chamberlain to Liverpool for 40m sounds to be a very decent deal as he was bought for roughly 15m from Southampton, but the pinch is that was it really required in the correct circumstances keeping in mind the ox’s work-rate and versatility.Season after season the most promising and contributing players tend to leave such as cesc fabregas, Alexander song,samir nasri,andriy arshavin,Robin van persie and so on, it seems sanchez by this end of the transfer window could join the names after a tremendous last season.

It directs emphasis on things as arsenal are not able to retain quality players and on the other hand dont have the greatest business in market. A club legend henry was sold for a mere 24m. The deal involving around sanchez currently included a swap plus add-ons for rahem sterling but are they are not able to reach any player swap negotiations and are likely to only gain cash through this transfer.

The current club in crisis wisely said by legend martin keown is quite relatable as they have no squad depth after departures of kieron gibbs to west Bromwich albion for an undisclosed 7m, sale of gabreil paulista to valencia,loan deals for calum chambers and shkrodan mustafi and jack wilshere, possible transfers of an likely asset lucaz perez and loan of joel Campbell.

The clock really seems to be ticking much faster as they are heavily involved in the bitter-end of this transfer saga and require atleast one significant signing which might open hands to thomas lemar for a reported fee of 90m to surpass the bid by Liverpool and equally important is the proper allocation of the number of listed players.