Posted on March 12, 2015 by ADMIN

New Neymar says YES! Which other Arsenal loanees will be back?

It is part of the territory for a big club like Arsenal these days to have a number of young and fringe players out on loan. Arsene Wenger can only play so many and for others it is important for them to get some competitive football under their belt.

Just like with Joel Campbell in recent seasons, our Brazilian winger Wellington Silva has been on loan because he could not get a work permit for the Premier League, up until now that is. As Metro have reported, the 22-year old has confirmed that he will be coming back to play for the Gunners next season after loan spells at five different Spanish clubs.

He said, “It’s a dream for me to play there. Arsenal is a great club.

“Unfortunately this was not possible because of these administrative concerns, but I’m ready now.

“If all goes well, I’ll be out there next season.”

He may not find it easy getting in the team though, even if he has been dubbed the new Neymar, as Campbell found to his frustration this season. The Costa Rican has now played nine games since joining Villarreal in January and has played well without scoring yet. Then you have Sanogo whose loan spell at Crystal Palace has been spoiled by a recent injury, but he will be back soon and has already scored for the Eagles.

We also have Podolski at Inter Milan, Miyaichi at FC Twente and Jenkinson at West Ham, as well as a few academy players in the lower leagues. Will any of these Arsenal loanees manage to break it into the team? It looks pretty doubtful to me at the minute, unless they really shine in the next few months.

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15 thoughts on “New Neymar says YES! Which other Arsenal loanees will be back?

    1. fred cowardly

      I would rather sell them then “Release them”. Are you nuts?

      Release Diaby and Flamini if you want. Their contracts are nearly up.

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  1. Pythagoras( but you can call me pi)

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    1. Incarnate

      Gianluigi Buffon, Zlatan Ibrahimovich, Fabio Cannavaro, Lothar Mattheus, Micheal Ballack, Pavel Nedved, [El Diego] Maradona, [El Phenomeno] Ronaldo, Roberto Baggio are some of the greatest name ever to grace a soccer pitch, yet they never won the Champions League or European Cup while a player like Anderson has won it. Real Madrid spent more than half a billion Euros chasing La decima for so many years. A lot of us come on here bashing a manager whose does not need job application to manage any club he wants in the world, even Chelski’s Roman will make the managers spot available in a heartbeat (if in doubt, look at the Fabregas scenario, they call them rubbish when playing for the gunners but will scramble for their signatures at the slightest opportunity ala Nasri and the little boy). In today’s world, organisations/entities place a priority on sustainable leadership [refer to Leeds United] and in recent years only Ferguson has surpassed Wenger in that area. The spuds had tears in their eyes hearing the Champions League anthem at White Hart lane, we get that season after season its almost like some nursery rhyme we pay little attention to. Wenger is the giant on whose shoulders managers like Mourinho stand on, pioneer of an era, if Pep agrees to come to the Emirates tomorrow, it will be because of the excellent foundations Wenger has built, Pep by the way guarantees more trophies than Mourinho.

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        1. Cashleycol

          Thus not a given Hafiz… Bayern/Barcelona were well established before he came in. Bayern almost always competes against itself, while others fight for the other slots under them…. If he could be convinced to come to Enland, maybe we can see if he is a tactical genius…

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  2. SaveArsenal

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  3. atid

    6 to be cut from the 1993 born or earlier that is the first job, the first 4 are easy, as all have their contracts ending.
    Galindo
    Ajayi
    Ryo
    Diaby

    Then it’s about, age, who we get offers for and who isn’t quite good enough. That for me brings into play any one of our 3 keepers, where 1 needs to be replaced with a world class keeper, plus Jenkinson, mertesacker, flamini, campbell, podolski, wellington and sanogo. Arteta and rosicky could find that age finally catches up with them, whilst big big offers for the injury prone Walcott and wilshire might be just too good to turn down.

    However,I think these 13 plus 2 of the keepers are 100% safe – Debuchy, Koscielny, Gabriel, gibbs, monreal, coquelin, Ramsey, cazorla, ozil, chamberlain, welbeck, alexis, giroud.

    That means up to ten to be confirmed including any new signings. Along with the players born 1994 or later the likes of bellerin, chambers, hayden, bielik, zelalem, crowley or niles, gnabry and akpom should be the 8 youngsters bringing the first team squad up to a healthy 33 man squad. Though a young left back could well be added either ormonde-ottewill or a new kid or another youngster like taffy moore or Tyrell Robinson who are both highly rated.

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    1. supertuur

      Very elaborated. Don’t think they will all go but that is kind of the general consensus about who stays and who goes.

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  4. alan_b.stard.M.P

    who needs Silva and Campbell? Sell them, and Gibbs and Wilshere too

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  5. arsenalkid1970

    Go to West Ham and get out right back in the arsenal red n white. I can see him with chambers at the back in 2 years yeah

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