Posted on October 24, 2014 by ADMIN

Arsenal in SIX way Premier League transfer battle for German star?

One of the latest Arsenal transfer rumours could see the Gunners embroiled in a transfer battle with five other Premier League clubs, according to a report in The Mirror. And that could definitely turn into an interesting fight.

The player involved, German international winger Karim Bellarabi, must be feeling quite good about himself after scouts from Arsenal, Man City, Liverpool, Man United, Tottenham and Newcastle all turned up to watch him play for Bayer Leverkusen against the Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg in the Champions League this week.

And the 24-year old did not disappoint, putting in a star performance to help the Bundesliga club inflict a rare defeat on the side managed by former spud boss AVB. Bellarabi has only just broken into the Germany senior side, but hye has taken off this season, starting all 13 games for Leverkusen and scoring five goals into the bargain.

With his club doing well in the Bundesliga and looking strong favourites to make it into the Champions League knockout stages, it is unlikely that Bellarabi will be sold in the January transfer window. But if he keeps playing thae way he has been doing, Arsene Wenger could be involved in a six-way transfer tussle with our Premier League rivals in the summer.

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35 thoughts on “Arsenal in SIX way Premier League transfer battle for German star?

    1. KickAssFan

      Arsene Wenger is one of the best coaches. I’m proud of his achievements at Arsenal.

      I luv Arsene!!! God bless Arsene!!!

      COYG!!!

      1. Ks-Gunner

        I have a poster of him as big as my wall next to my family pictures. He is more then a manager.

        1. KickAssFan

          @KS-Gunner, that’s so lovely of you. I’m so touched… Just feel like crying.

          We love you, Arsene!!!! We love you!!!

            1. KickAssFan

              @Ks-Gunner, no kidding!!!

              Man, I’m gonna name name my son after him. I don’t care if he has a nose like that of Rumpelstilskin.

              Great is Wenger and greatly to be praised!!!

              COYG!!!

              1. IceBergKamp10

                @KickAssFan
                I don’t like wenger either but he’ll not be fired mid season. It’s ARSENAL for crying out loud. Support him while he is still here.

                1. KickAssFan

                  @IceBergekamp, when u say I should support him, what exactly do u mean?

                  I should say, “praise Wenger, it took him almost ten years to win one trophy! Praise Wenger, I’m so glad I can’t recall when last we won the league! Praise Wenger, we always come 4th and we’d be lucky to make 4th this season! Praise Wenger, he never buys the right players for the right positions, etc.” That’s it, right?

                  Ok, watch me do it. In fact, I just did.

  1. GOONSTER

    Sorry this is out of nowhere. But I am so impressed with young DAN CROWLEY, the boy can play football, he reminds me of Hazard.. I have been following him since last season and he just keeps on looking amazing..

    Wow..

    1. IceBergKamp10

      Crowley is great. I would also like hayden & jebb to make it to first team.
      Who d hell thumbed you down ? Bitter people.

  2. Sumo

    JustArsenal is getting so boring and repeating the same old “Wenger this” “Wenger that” “Wenger throphy”. Looks like i stumbled across a Spurs blog. 😉

    Why keep repeating the same thing that you can’t change. The keyboard warriors might as well enjoy a few articles and contribute to something insightful rather than the same sterio-type talks.

    1. Ks-Gunner

      Start supporting the club and dont come up with that bs crap about your beloved Wenger. This club is more then Wenger alone and you know it. The Spurs actually applaud Wenger, just visit fotball sides and see it your self.

      It will change, if you like it or not things will change.

      1. Sumo

        Bro, I am not here to pick a fight. You have an opinion, fair enough,- and even though i may not agree to it- it’s yours and you can feel free to voice it when needed, but is it needed to be done in each and every article that you comment on?

      2. arsenal207

        You didn’t get the point Ks-Gunner. Sumo and me don’t want to protect Wenger. We are just fed up with those bs crap you say everyday about Wenger. Why don’t we talk about Arsenal other than Wenger alone??? You are the one who keeps saying about Wenger. We think Wenger doesn’t have enough quality to lead us to the title, that’s all, no need to moaning everyday about him like that.

  3. KickAssFan

    @Sumo, just when should we stop talking about Wenger?

    Pal, for good or bad, we are always gonna talk about Wenger, even when he’s no longer our coach (can’t wait for that day).

    Like it or not, Wenger is an indelible part of Arsenal’ history. As much as I no more like him, I hope he just changes for good so he has a good ending.

    1. jermaineBryan

      Benzema is a important player for real they won’t sell him lol

      Cavani is over priced but would be a big sign of intent

  4. goonerwineverything

    here’s my big hope,
    is that hopefully with the return of walcott and that win against anderlecht maybe something might (like bad form)break in the season for us now and we hopefully go on a bit of a winning run til Jan, we have not got a really bad fixture til then mostly mid to lower league team (apart from the pool and united)not to be underestimated but winnable, we might just save our season till the next window very important period for us if we want to do anything in the league this season, if in top 2 or 3 buy jan i for one will be chuffed to bits then with all players back push on from there for massive optimism is my middle name COYG

  5. supertuur

    If after the winter window no CB and CDM have been bought, then I will support the Wenger out campaign. Gosh it is so obvious what is needed….

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