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Good morning Gunners,

It is finally done ...

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/alexis-sanchez-set-medical-man-11881811
Wow, Neymar has turned into a little bitch since moving to PSG. I used to like the guy, but now it's evident he's a self-centered individual.
why whats he done?
Neymar had already scored a hattrick when PSG got a penalty. If Cavani scored a goal he would croas Zalatan’s overall tally but Neymar still took the penalty himself.
+2
Facts:
-Neymar stole the PK duty from Cavani earlier this season
-Cavani earned the PK by being taken down in the box this game
-Neymar goes to get the ball, walks straight past Cavani and scores the PK
-Score is already 7-0....

Cavani would've broke Zlatan's record for club goals. Neymar already had a hattrick that game. Seriously, you can't hand the ball to Cavani and say break the record bro! Even the crowd was chanting Cavani's name to take it and even booed Neymar. What a selfish little bitch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJUjMvs85A4
start watching at 9:50
+3
Even more so, I think Cavani got the 3rd goal which was to equal Zlatan's tally and the only player not to congratulate him was Neymar. Ridiculous.
+1
Neymar don't like Cavani because Cavani is the only person who hasn't bended over for him like the entire league.
Cavani didn't ask to take it to be honest. Maybe he just didn't want to break Zlatan's record with a penalty!
Paddy, that's because they've already had the pk taker controversy. Imo it just shows how Cavani is a bigger man and knows he'll obvious get his chance. This isn't about him though, it's about Neymar.
+2
Happy about Mkhi/Auba. We lucked out but a bit sad that it could mean we won't ever get Fekir and 100% out of the Lemar race. Fekir looks like an Arsenal player. The way he plays reminds me of Cesc with Nasri's flair. He can bring our possession play back.

If we don't get Fekir this window, do you think another team will snatch him up? Maybe we can get Aouar as a future Ozil replacement.
- Mkhi in/Sanchez out - all agreed with players and between clubs, but Raiola is stalling it (perhaps about his commission);
- Auba - Dortmund sporting director flying to London;
- Malcom - AFC pulled (the player is inexperienced).
Farewell game Sanchez tomorrow?
Hopefully not. He's already gone (mentally) so I'd rather not play him.

I don't care if he's trained well this week, it undermines every other player if he is selected despite it being public knowledge that he's on the verge of a move.
@Joe
According to Wenger "Chile international Sanchez will feature against Crystal Palace on Saturday if he does not complete a transfer".

I personally believe he will be kept far from the dressing room but you never know with our Dinosaurus ...
He was training with 1st team today
He wasnt training with first team, he was training with the kids
Thursday with the kids, today at Colney 1st team

https://twitter.com/charles_watts
y the F would we play a guy with no future here?
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Farewell would be nice. He has been a very important player for us in the past few seasons and he has made us get up our seats many times with great runs, goals, freekicks, tackles, etc. He deserves a farewell. The least we can do as a club with the results going down is to stay classy.
With Impending transfers of mkhi and auba. (Lol)

How we would line up considering we have to fit in
auba lacca jack ozil mkhi and Rambo in same line up?
We could have 30 mins for Laca, then sub him for Mkhi and for last 30 mins sub him for Auba.
+2
4-2-3-1

Laca
Ozil-Mkhi-PEA
Wilshere-Rambo
Back 4 + GK

Xhaka to the bench.
Id put Mkhi on the right
Ozil centre
PEA on the left

PEA would play that sanchez role of cutting in. And playing close to Lacazette

Ozil does Ozil
Mkhi to finally give some creativity on the right
+1
When Arsenal is short of quality players: "Why isnt the club making any moves?!"

Arsenal makes moves: "How are we going to fit them all in the line-up?!"
mkhitaryan for sanchez. will it work for us?
Better than what Sanchez produced this season... he played so trashy, im sure Mkhi will do better.. fresh start for both, should do better than what they did in the last 6 months
The way he's shown himself at United in preseason he was a baller! Hopefully we see that player. He's another creator which I like and suites this team. Only time will tell.
Remember Nasri the season before we sold him... Thats what Mkhi will do for us
Hope he will do good for you guys. Really like his football. A pity it didnt work for us.
With both Mkhi and Auba we get 2 talented players who want to be here. Guys that are interested in a new challenge. That is worth so much more than what we got with Sanchez this season. More importantly this will give the rest of our useless squad a huge morale boost
It reminds me of the Benayoun move a lot- unwanted, with talent and a chip on his shoulder. I just hope he contributes a ton more.
Ultimately we need a new manager. But obviously that's not going to happen. So a radical squad shakeup is not so bad and could be just what we need to rescue whatever is left of this season.
Auba is a big risk, he's going to make a fuss after half a season probably. Super temperamental player with quite the history of outbursts.
why do we buy good players and if they perform well just sell them? why even buy
As long as he scores 30 goals a season, who cares.. he is different character to what we have or had.. football got a lot of egos, and almost all the best players had huge egos.. that what makes them extremely competitive.

@thierryhenry145 if refering to Sanchez, look at what MU paying for his services, no way on earth he worth that much, of course we got blown out of the water.. at first i thought he would go to City, beacuse of Pep and they look like will be best team for a few years. But he left not for success, he went for money.. and ye you can tell me all you want MU were winning trophies but not the main trophies in PL and CL
I wonder how many players these days are viewing Arsenal as a stepping stone towards a move to a bigger club elsewhere. Until this season, I felt like Sanchez really gave his all for the club, but when he lost belief in the club's direction and leadership and poor CL challenges, he wanted out.

I'm glad there is a new head scout and someone different handling transfers, albeit many years too late- we missed out on some great players when we let Dick Law and Wenger dictate our transfer policy (or lack thereof).

Auba will come in, play well for 12-18 months, become disillusioned with the club and try to angle for a move to "somewhere bigger."
+1
Everyone is a stepping stone to Barca and Real Madrid anyways. Its not like we are on the samle level anyways

Its delusional if people think we are
+1
Auba is not travelling to Berlin 😏
Idk why people would question this move. Why would you not want a top quality player playing for you? Auba offers so much pace, I can see a Laca-Auba partnership with Ozil behind them. Play with 3 in the middle with Ramsey, Wilshere and Xhaka. I can see thaa that happening, expect you need a real DM, Xhaka is not a CDM.
Cant wait to see Auba sign....and wenger to play him out of position and sub him off every 60 minutes
+4
Arsenal would be a step down for Aubameyang so I'd be really surprised if he actually came here.
Cos we are The Arsenal... Banter forever lives with us
I would love to see two upfront of Laca and Auba
and bench mikhi?
Surely the Sanchez MIkhi swap is the first of its kind in EPL histry, right?
If it happens and we register him before noon, he can play on Saturday
Gallas and Cole?
Nah I do this all the time in FIFA
+3
Yeah gallas cole

Eto’o and Zlatan


But its very rare


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