The list of midfield targets seems to be getting dangerously small. Maybe Arsene Wenger is perfectly clear in his own mind about who he wants to join the Arsenal squad. I would like to see some positive action, however, before the options all evaporate.
Arsenal’s midfield movements by BA
I am sick of talking or even thinking about strikers coming or going at Arsenal so I am going to have a look at the midfield and what is happening at the minute. I am also going to be optimistic and assume that Theo Walcott will stay and we will have plenty of attacking midfield quality.
Morning News And Rumours – by JG
Well the press are having a field day with all of the Van Persie chaos. I think the media (just like most topics) are running it into the ground and pounding it into our eyes and ears so much that I really don’t want to discuss it anymore. Let’s not forget ourselves and get back to reality (and retain our sanity).
Arsenal target Seydou Doumbia has made it evident that his current season at CSKA Moscow is almost certain to be his last as the Ivory Coast international goes looking for Champions League football.
Arsene Wenger’s famous eye for talent has seemingly spread all the way to the far reaches of Eastern Europe with Arsenal be linked with some fine new attacking talents in Russia and Ukraine. The men in the spotlight are CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia and Dnipro winger Yevhen Konoplyanka.
After having been linked with a move to Chelsea all summer, Ivorian striker Seydou Doumbia has suddenly attracted interest from a different part of London, with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger rumoured to be interested in signing the 24-year old.
At 23 years old Seydou Doumbia managed to impress many big clubs around the world with his skill and his very acute sense of goal.