- Apr 21, 2011
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On the other hand, if he manages to keep Fabregas and only loses Nasri (who i think is going elsewhere regardless) then its not so bad. Ramsey and Wilshire are maturing nicely and both are good players. Vermaelen is back from injury and he looked a good CB before he was crocked. Still need a goalie though.Sorry mate, I think the Gunners are out of the top 4 neat year, possibly out of the top 6 unless Wenger pulls a rabbit out of his hat. He's very stubborn in his ways and the team is revoltion from the inside. Fabregas is gone, Nasri lively is gone (Juve might stump up the money) and if both go, Walcott looks to be putting in a transfer request as well. Suddenly we're not talking about another CB and LB but a redone midfield and at least another high end striker. Gadis says they've got the money even if Wenger won't spend it but have they got that much? And more importantly even if they do, can the players gel after they arrive and who is willing to come to a club when all the stars bolt?
I think Wenger has a major job on his hands to stem the tide. It could easily blow up in his face if Nasri decideds to be just as stubborn
I think a lot depends on Fabregas. If he goes, the floodgates open.
The next 7-10 days are going to make or break Arsenals upcoming season.