Posted on December 20, 2015 by ADMIN

Arsenal swoop on Chelsea woes to pinch top transfer target

The turmoil that Arsenal’s Premier League rivals Chelsea have been going through ever since the Gunners beat them to lift the Community Shield at the start of the season, and which culminated this week with the parting of ways between the club and their manager Jose Mourinho will probably have given Arsene Wenger a certain amount of private pleasure.

It could all turn out to be good for the club as well, if it helps Arsenal to hijack Chelsea’s transfer of the Croatian midfield star Marcelo Brozovic, as a report in The Mirror suggests might happen next month.

The 23-year old is currently starring in Serie A for Inter Milan, where his versatility and talent across the midfield positions has helped the Milan club to the top of the Italian league table. His performances have also attracted the attention of some of Europe’s top clubs, with PSG and Barcelona said to be looking at him. But Mourinho was believed to be in pole position to get him, until Roman Abramovic lost patience with all the pouting and petulance that is.

So now Arsenal could be set to step in, as long as the new Chelsea boss does not pick up Mourinhoยดs transfer targets. The situation is further complicated by Brozovic actually being on loan in Italy from his parent club Dinamo Zagreb. But if Chelsea were going to get him then he must be available.

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11 thoughts on “Arsenal swoop on Chelsea woes to pinch top transfer target

  1. napersie

    Arsenal should reaaly consider getting this Ighalo, remember me of King Henry. heโ€™s phenomenal, never give up, can score any type of goal. tore liverpool apart, he just keep defenders on their toes with his pace and skills, very strong and great physique. 12 PL goals now

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  2. napersie

    want to see Gabriel getting game time. he is too good to be sitting on the bench, deserves to start.

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  3. ArseOverTit

    Refuse to comment on who Arsenal may or may not get.

    But the Managerial musical chairs could be interesting!

    Can’t wait for tomorrow

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  4. jonm

    In general the newspapers either make up stories about transfers or report unsubstantiated rumours as fact. This article does not make a case as to why this partcilar article in The Mirror is likely to have any truth in it.

    I should not be wasting my time reading it or commenting on it.

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  5. Ks-Gunner

    Well if he doesnt join us, at least wenger can say i was once interested in him. lol.

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    1. Fatboy Gooney

      Add him to the other 500 players he nearly signed! ๐Ÿ˜‚
      His at it again today, How he regrets not signing Sterling, when he was playing for QPR. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ด๐Ÿ˜‚

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  6. Fatboy Gooney

    This Season’s Premier league is unreal,
    Can anyone remember the last Outsider to win it?

    Hey. .. no cheating! ๐Ÿ˜‚

    I give you a clue,
    Alan Shearer used to play for them ๐Ÿ˜œ

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  7. Ronny331

    Ot with mou gone and chelsea not going to be in the cl league next year I wonder if cech could help us try and sign matic for the right price? Wenger would soon havibg him perfom like he did last season again. Any other players viable or required from the chelsea sqaud? After cl and the option to stay in London has got to be a good draw for them.

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