As reported in The Mirror, Manchester “Moneybags” City are allegedly preparing a £22million bid for contract rebel Samir Nasri in the next 48 hours.
Arsenal are determined to hang onto Nasri, with Wenger confident that the French international ‘loves Arsenal’ and is wanting to stay on this year. It seems that City are just trying to wind Arsenal up, however they seem to have a knack at producing concrete transfers out of mere rumours due to their bottomless wallet. Let’s hope that Wenger and the Arsenal board stand their ground as Nasri is extremely important to our team. But I guess if he does leave then that could open the door well and truely to sign Mata from Valencia..
Again according to The Mirror, Tony Pulis is lining up a shock £9million bid for wantaway Nicklas “Best Striker in the World” Bendtner as he looks to reinforce Stokes lineup.
The Stoke City boss is apparently weighing up a club record offer for Bendtner after the Denmark international’s agents made contact over the weekend.
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Bendtner has fallen out of favour at the Emirates and Wenger has allowed him to leave in a pursuit for first-team action. Now Pulis is ready to offer the cocky 23-year-old a fresh start at the Britannia Stadium combined with the chance to stay in England. The Potters boss said: “We are threadbare at the moment. Fingers crossed we can bring one or two players in over the next few days.”
It will be a welcomed move for Bendtner after his worse season yet in North London, he had a successful season in 2009/2010 scoring some memorable last-grasp goals to keep our title hopes alive, however this season his chances have fallen by the waste side and he failed to impress when he was given a chance.. Lets sell off Bendtner and bring in someone else!