Posted on January 28, 2016 by ADMIN

Should Arsenal make Debuchy STAY?

There have been many Arsenal transfer rumours this month saying that Matthieu Debuchy is set to leave the club, with the player making it quite clear that he is desperate to get some first team football to try and regain his place in the France national team ahead of this summers Euro2016 in Paris.

Even Arsene Wenger publicly agreed that Debuchy could be allowed to leave, but with just four days left in the transfer window I can’t see any sign that Wenger has been looking for a replacement, in fact he has already said that he doesn’t expect any more action. But if the Frenchman leaves who will Arsenal have to replace Hector Bellerin if the youngster gets injured or suspended?

Many have said that we could recall Carl Jenkinson from West Ham, but surprise surprise the Hammers released this statement yesterday. “West Ham United can confirm that Carl Jenkinson injured his left knee during the early stages of Saturday’s Barclays Premier League fixture with Manchester City,” it read.

“Unfortunately, it appears that Carl has suffered a significant injury and he will be assessed by a specialist in central London on Wednesday. A further update will be provided when the full extent of the injury has been confirmed.”

There are fears that Jenks will not just miss the rest of this season, but also some of the next campaign as well, so who will Arsenal have as cover then as well? So what happens now for Debuchy? The latest rumours are saying he is in talks with Sunderland, or even that West Ham will want him to replace Jenkinson, but can Wenger afford to leave Bellerin without any cover as we fight for the title?

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12 thoughts on “Should Arsenal make Debuchy STAY?

  1. G-Rude

    To be honest I’d rather Debuchy wasn’t here then Wenger won’t put the lazy git on the pitch.

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  2. davidnz

    Elneny will cover Coq
    and we have 3 CB’s
    so Chambers at 16 mill
    has to be the one.
    Having Debuchy play for Villa or who ever
    will help get a decent fee for him.

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    1. Fatboy Gooney

      I read that Arsenal will include a call back clause,
      In any loan deal for Debuchy.
      Considering that Arsenal want a million pounds for loaning Debuchy out, the call back clause, might be putting some teams off!

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  3. Nassan from uganda

    OT…which is the most important department of any football team? thanks in advance for your opinion.

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      1. Fatboy Gooney

        I would say the defence because thats where you lose games! .. So a good defence will more or less guarantee you a point.

        But Mr Wenger would suggest that the Banking department is the most important! 😜😂

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  4. infumous25

    Debuchy Can leave the door is right there when it comes to the summer he can leave
    Jenkinson also can leave he has not impressed even at West Ham
    Chambers is more a spare player he has no fixed role we play him when we are in need

    But i do want cover so maybe play chambers (hopefully he can at least fill out the boots) but come summer I think a good £4mill-£12mill can be spent on a good cover and someone who can challenge Bellerin for his spot

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  5. jermaineBryan

    We could buy a CB , one of (rugani,howedes,Laporte )would make a good signing with both per n kosc over30
    Make chambers permanent 2nd choice rb

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