“It’s a fantastic club, but it has slipped in recent years.” Onana told to snub Arsenal

Arsenal has been handed a blow after their summer target, Andre Onana was advised not to join them and to wait for a big club.

The Gunners have been on a steady decline over the years and they have reached a new low after finishing last season outside the European places.

The Arsenal squad needs a rebuild and they might also replace Bernd Leno as their first choice keeper.

The German has been inconsistent and they could bring Onana in as his replacement.

Onana is one of the best goalkeepers in Europe and has been on the radar of Arsenal and other top European teams.

The Gunners will get him on a cut-price deal and they look to be his only serious suitors at the moment.

However, former Inter Milan midfielder, Wesley Sneijder, has urged him to reject a move to Arsenal and wait for a top club.

The Dutchman claims that the Gunners have slipped down in recent years.

The Netherlands great told Voetbal International Live as quoted by Sun Sports: “I expect him to leave.

“I think he is a great goalkeeper. European top? Yes, certainly.

“I’d rather not see him at Arsenal. It’s a fantastic club, but it has slipped in recent years.

“I’d rather see him play at Real Madrid or FC Barcelona.”

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  1. I think Arsenal will have a massive problem signing top players. Arsenal are a different Animal than a few years ago. We have a rookie manager, who has done nothing to convince anyone he can. An owner who is not interested in winning things, only the brand. I would question any players ambition who is top quality and jumps at playing for us, we aren’t that attractive to anyone who wants successs.

    1. The truth is bitter, nevertheless, the club will still sign some players that are good if not the best.

  2. just another reason why we should have kept Diamond Eye over the scoundrel Raul…we finally had a viable Dein replacement and we chose a weasel who will forever be known as the guy who outbid himself for Pepe’s services

    1. TRVL, that’s why Arsenal should go all out for Luis Campo, but that may be too much for certain people’s egos to accept.

  3. Arsenal owner and board are not serious, Leno is not their problem. You can’t reap success when you sow stingily. Look at Mancity, PSG, Chelsea,,and a host of others were lower in rank among the big clubs few years backthan Arsenal, but are today bigger clubs. They spent big and are reaping the result. Most of these clubs have no room for rookie managers and even when they are tried they sack them immediately they fall short of expectations. Arteta should be sacked immediately and replaced with a proven manager. Miracles don’t happen in football

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