This particular Arsenal transfer rumour may seem a little far fetched and out of the blue, in fact it may even be a stretch to call it a transfer rumour as I have not seen it in the football press and just think it might be a possibility. With the departure of the Arsenal star Hector Bellerin to Barcelona seemingly on the cards though, I have been thinking about potential right backs and so the name of the Tottenham and England man Kyle Walker came into my head.
It would not be the first time that the Gunners signed a spud so although it is rare it is not out of the question and it also appears that Walker will be going somewhere else to ply his trade before the new season begins, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The 27-year old defender said, ‘I am an England player now and I am fully focused on a massive game on Saturday. We need to go and get the three points.’
Asked whether he could give an indication on where he would be next season, the right back told Sky Sports with a laugh: ‘No, no indication at all.’
The general idea is that the player, whose performances earned him a place in the PFA Team of the season ahead of Bellerin and all, has fallen out with the Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino and is set to move on. Most of the links in the football press are with other clubs like Man City but why should Arsenal not be one of the interested parties.
He is a very good player and I do not recall him being one of the Spuds who bangs on about Arsenal and our rivalry and tries to wind us up. If the problem with Poch is over playing time as some suggest he may feel that Arsenal would be a better choice than City as well, so what do you think Gooners, could Walker do a Sol Campbell and would you want him to?
The 27-year old defender said,