Tuesday, July 5, 2011

'Arsenal need five new players'

After left Gael Clichy, Arsenal still potentially lose Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri. Arsene Wenger assessed need to buy five new players to make his team competitive again.
After eight years shirted Arsenal, Clichy finally leave. The French defender was anchored to a rival club, Manchester City.
The situation increasingly difficult for "Gunner" because the other two stars no longer show a commitment for the club. Nasri uncover chance migrated and now hunted City and Manchester United while Cesc can not wait to go back to Barcelona.
If Nasri and Cesc really gone then it is obviously going to hit Arsenal with a landslide. But money from the sale of all three-could reach 60 million pounds-can be used to rebuild the team.
Arsenal legend Kenny Sansom hope Wenger will be active in the transfer market. You see, it takes at least five new players to the team competitive comeback next season.
"I think the club should take a little chance and buy at least five new players," said he told Sky Sports News.
"I think he's interested in a young goalkeeper, I think we also need a center-half player, a midfielder who could run into the box a little like Paul Scholes who could be scored from a cross, and a skilful attacking midfielder who scored with his head.
"That's the areas that they need to strengthen and perhaps a player is left out. Arshavin today could have a little feel special but I think he will not much be in the team next season. "
Wenger still faithfully implement the efficient transfer policy. Sansom reminded that Arsenal need to spend big if you want to finish in the top three.
"All the team above their rivals - Man City, Chelsea and Man United - all shopping, so if you want to be in the top three I think you have to spend," added the former Arsenal player in the era '80an it.
"Where are those players? Who should buy? I myself have no clue because it is currently very difficult. All the players are the best team, "he closed.


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