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Transfer Balls: Arsenal to buy Pirlo, Reus, Michu, Schar, Draxler, Hernandez and Valdes, experts say

by | 25th, September 2013

TRANSFER Balls: Over the summer transfer season, Arsenal reportedly bought 38 players. In the end, they bought three, and two of them were free. Now that the football season is underway the media experts are playing the same old game. Chuck enough names into the hat and one of them will be right, eventually. All these names are from the past 7 days:

Daily Star: “ARSENAL are weighing up whether to launch a big January bid for in-form Basel star Fabian Schar.”

Daily Star: “ARSENAL and Chelsea target Paul Pogba is set to be offered a new long-term contract by Juventus to ward off any interest in the powerful midfielder.”

Daily Star: “Michael Laudrup fears Michu could leave Swansea as Arsenal lie in wait”

CaughtOffside: “European giants Arsenal and Juventus are set to go head to head in a battle to sign promising young Red Bull Salzburg defender Martin Hinteregger

Daily Express: “Barcelona hatch plan to ward off Arsenal, Man City and Monaco interest in Victor Valdes

Daily Mirror: “Arsenal and Manchester United monitoring Andrea Pirlo?”

BleacherReport: “Arsenal Back Arsene Wenger to Spend Amid Julian Draxler and Marco Reus

IBTimes: “Wenger is said to be monitoring, Borussia Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan

ClubCall: “Rayo Vallecano are poised to win the race to sign free agent forward Ciprian Marica ahead of several English Premier League clubs… Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham, along with Italian Serie A side Fiorentina, have all been linked with a swoop for the 27-year-old Romania international.

Daily Express: “Arsenal suffer blow as Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti backs Karim Benzema

The Week: “ARSENAL are preparing to launch a shock swoop for Man United striker Javier Hernandez

 



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