Journalist completely dismisses Arsenal transfer chances in rude swipe

Rude Italian journalist Tancredi Palmer has completely dismissed Arsenal’s hopes of signing Inter Milan’s Achraf Hakimi.

The Gunners have been strongly linked with the attacking full-back in recent transfer windows, and with Hector Bellerin stronly believed to be on the way out of North London, a new right-back is likely amongst our priorities this term.

Like the world we live in now, Twitter has become an integral way of fans seeking out the latest news, with many ‘In The Know’ journalists spreading their biggest breaking news with the service, and one eager fan took the opportunity to ask if our side was amongst those chasing Hakimi.

Palmer rudely responded however, claiming that Arsenal were not worthy of being mentioned alongside the likes of Inter Milan, Bayern Munich or Paris Saint-Germain.

The Gooner moved to respond by claiming that our club is bigger than PSG, highlighting our capture of Partey as proof.

I’d love to stick up for my fellow Gunner here, but that final comment is a bit of an overstep, as let’s be real, we don’t have the financial power or even the pull of the Champions League to offer at present, let alone trying to use Partey’s signing as if PSG haven’t landed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe already.

Would Hakimi really turn his nose up at Arsenal FC though?

Patrick

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5 Comments

  1. Silentstan says:

    If i was a quality player I wouldn’t join us

  2. Manu says:

    Arsenal are still a much bigger club than psg. Psg are richer, no arguments there.

    1. ozziegunner says:

      And they have made a Champions League final more recently than Arsenal.

      1. Dunchirado says:

        Is that why they’re bigger than arsenal Ozzie

  3. Break-on-through says:

    We can offer better wages than Bayern and Inter. PSG are in a mickey mouse league and it is like that because of PSG’s advantage. The wage will be a deciding factor, this guy talking like it’s recent prestige alone deciding

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