Who do you think Wenger should buy?? Or sell??
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Bosingwa – The Portugese International’s contract runs out this summer so Chelsea won’t want to loose him for free next summer. He has been playing more regularly of late so not only is well adapted to English football, he’s played at a high level for a number of seasons. He will provide excellent cover at right back and will be worthy competition for Sagna when he returns from injury.
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Podolski – the German international has been in excellent form for Cologne and has been tipped to head to the Emirates as early as this winter. He will be an adequate replacement for Van Persie when he requires rest and has the potential to excel in the Premier League. The forward can also play out wide, so Wenger has the opportunity to have a versatile left footed winger/striker at their disposal.
Arshavin – If Podolski is brought in then there is no need for the little Russian anymore. He is certainly worth selling this winter as he adds little to the Gunners lineup after some disastrous cameos recently, and if Zenit produce a concrete offer for their former talisman then the Gunners should swiftly conclude negotiations IF a replacement is brought in.
Squillaci & Almunia – Get them off the wage bill, need I say more?
Chamakh – Similar with Arshavin, if a replacement in the form of Podolski is brought in then the Moroccan should be sold as he doesn’t posses the quality to play for Arsenal. It’s difficult to see a club buying a striker flop that will be absent at the Africans Nations Cup for January at least.