Arsenal are hoping to part company with quite a few of the players us fans term, perhaps a bit harshly, as dead wood. Along with the relaxing of the financial spending restrictions brought about by the building of the Emirates stadium and the self-financing policy of the club, the extra money available for not paying all these unnecessary salaries will hopefully set the Gunners off on a much more prosperous and successful future.
Denilson to be sold by Arsenal by AH
Arsenal look set to let go one of the many ‘deadwood’ players we have at the club this summer in Brazilian midfielder Denilson. Denilson is currently on loan in his homeland Brazil with Sao Paulo and they have today spoken about their willingness to sign the player to a permanent deal.
Arsene Wenger said yesterday one of the main things for Arsenal to do now was to hold on to the players we have got. After releasing Marouane Chamakh and Johan Djourou on loan, Wenger says he will not let anybody else leave until he has some new recruits to replace them.
Most Arsenal fans probably believed they had seem the last of the 24-year old Brazilian midfielder Denilson. He had fallen out of favour in his last few seasons at the Emirates and we would gladly have sold him if we could. Arsene Wenger was glad to allow him to spend all season on loan at his first club, Sao Paulo, and was hoping that the Brazilian club would decide to make the move permanent.
Arsenal fans are like bears with sore heads this morning after seeing a promising start and early goal against Everton cancelled out which led to the Gunners hanging on a bit for a point. The result meant that Tottenham went up to fifth, while Arsenal lie in seventh, a massive 12 points off the league leaders, Manchester United.
The Brazilian left-back Andre Santos only arrived at Arsenal just over a year ago, but other than a couple of interesting attacking performances last season, he has been decidedly unimpressive for the Gunners.
Milan spark interest in Denilson by TS
So after today’s disappointing result against Stoke, we have to wonder whether an established striker should now be on AW’s mind. However, that’s another article altogether. Perhaps, the likes of this topic( If it comes to be) will inspire AW to invest in another striker. So we all know there’s a lot of news and speculation about who might come into our squad but today a report has come out suggesting who may be leaving.
Arsene Wenger has been very active in the transfer market bringing in some excellent additions to the arsenal squad, but it seems he is not having as much luck at getting rid of our out-of-favour peripheral players so far.