“I am really happy and we will see what happens in the future.” Arsenal target refuses to rule out transfer

Emiliano Buendia has kept the door open over a possible move to Arsenal after refusing to commit his future to Norwich City.

The Argentinean has been a target of the Gunners after shining for Norwich in the Premier League last season.

After their relegation to the Championship, the Gunners could have landed him, but the Canaries kept hold of him and he has helped them win promotion back to the English top flight.

He has 13 goals and 15 assists so far this season, which has helped Daniel Farke’s side to return to the big time.

The midfielder has interest from several teams around England, but Arsenal has the strongest interest.

He knows teams will look to sign him, yet when he was asked about his future plans, he stopped short of committing his future to the Canaries.

He said he is happy with them now, but his future remains uncertain.

“Everyone knows I have a contract here, I am really happy here but everyone has hopes for the future,” he told the Pink’Un.

“I always say that I am really pleased with this club, it means a lot for me and my life, and also for my family. 

“I am really happy and we will see what happens in the future.”

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  1. watched several of his games this year to checkout what all the fuss was about…sorry, just not that impressed by what he might bring to our equation…now if we were talking about a low cost cover gig, I could see the benefits of rolling the proverbial dice, but not worth a substantial investment whatsoever

    1. Clubs like Milan, inter, Barca and Madrid will now have to sell players after the withdrawal from ESL. There will be some bargains to be had.

  2. He’s been the best player in the championship by quite a margin. Absolutely fantastic player. Passing, shooting, pace, positioning, work ethic. He’s a complete player.

    That said, he’ll be out of Arsenal’s financial reach, I suspect.

    1. Like you TRVL, I have watched Norwich on numerous occasions this season, and in only one match, against lowly Huddersfield, did he impress me.He may well stand out in the Championship, but I doubt if he would improve the Arsenal team in the EPL.Bissouma of Brighton would top my list of potential recruits when the next transfer window opens.Impressed me again last night against Chelsea.

      1. agreed Grandad…I like the fact that Bissouma has experience both as an attacking and deep-lying midfielder…that sort of flexibility could definitely come in handy should Arteta stay on and revert back to his seemingly preferred 4-2-3-1 base formation

      2. Grandad, I like the look of Buendia as a midfielder; however like you I prefer Bissouma.
        If Arsenal get a player from Norwich City, then Max Aarons at RB should be on the radar.

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