Sunday, 27 April 2014

Arsenal refuse to rule out buying Remy

Arsenal refuse to rule out buying Remy
Arsenal have been strongly linked with a summer swoop for Loic Remy, and now the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has added fuel to the fire by refusing to rule out a deal.
What did he say?
The Frenchman was asked about Remy, who is enjoying a superb season on-loan at Newcastle from QPR, whether he would be interested in buying the player this summer.

Wenger refused to rule it out, but was his typically coy self: ‘He is a very good striker. But at the moment we focus on the end of the season, not strikers.’
Why is this significant?
Arsenal are on the lookout for another forward this summer, with Olivier Giroud in desperate need of help in attack.
Yaya Sanogo could go on-loan and with Nicklas Bendtner certain to depart, the club are short on numbers and Remy would be a useful addition.
Will this transfer happen?
Hard to say, but the fact that Wenger is refusing to rule it out (like he normally likes to) is encouraging for Gooners. Newcastle want him permanently but he’s up for grabs this summer for about £12million.
Remy would fit Arsenal’s system nicely, as he can play up front or out wide, and would bring much needed pace and power.

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