There are a lot of Arsenal transfer rumours lately suggesting that Arsene Wenger is keen on bringing the ex-Man United reserve Chicharito back to the Premier League in January. The little Mexican striker was prolific before he arrived at Old Trafford but, despite scoring regularly as a super-sub, Ferguson rarely gave him a run in the starting line-up.
The new (soon to be ex) Man United manager Louis Van Gaal decided this year to release Javier Hernandez, much to the fans surprise, but Chicharito has not looked back since he moved to Bayer Leverkusen and given a regular starting spot.
So far the Mexican international has scored an amazing 18 goals out of 21 appearances in the Bundesliga, despite playing for one of the “smaller” teams, and Bayer are not averse to making a lucrative profit if they receive a massive offer for any of their players.
Chicharito is now 27 years old and is fully matured, and his wide experience of playing in the Premier League means that he likely to settle in London very quickly if Wenger is really interested in bringing him in.
Now that Danny Welbeck has suffered yet another setback we could easily make room for another striker, in fact I would say it is imperative at the moment if we are serious about challenging for the League title. Walcott is fairly brittle as we all know, and god forbid if anything happens to Giroud.
Who thinks it would be a good idea for Arsenal to go all out for Chicharito?