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Niang bid accepted, Man UTD bid for RVP rejected

Niang bid accepted

According to todaysfootballnews.com Arsenal have had a bid of around £8million accepted by French club Caen for striker Mbaye Niang. It is understood that Arsenal made an initial offer of around £6million earlier in the week which was rejected. Clearly Arsene Wenger rates the player highly and doesn’t want to risk losing him to Man City Spurs who have also been linked with the young forward.

Niang has been on trial with Arsenal this week and has obviously done enough to impress, Arsenal fans will be hoping this deal can be wrapped up quickly.

Manchester United bid for RVP?

In other news, conflicting reports on the future of RVP, on the front page of the Mirror, they are claiming that he is off to Manchester United with manager Alex Ferguson ‘confident’ he will land him. Although the latest reports on SKY ITALIA are that Arsenal have received a bid from Manchester United but have rejected it.

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  1. Kevine Omollo 19 July, 2012 at 07:28 Reply

    The cheapest you are bought, the cheapest you will be treated. Let Van Persie not accept to be bought at prices below 40 million pounds or else he risk being misused and dumped by the rich clubs which will see another hot striker than VP just at mid season. I prefer he remains in Arsenal where he is asured of 1st squad.

  2. emma 19 July, 2012 at 07:45 Reply

    It will be foolish of Arsenal to sell RVP to Man U or Man C. This entails selling their best to their rivals to make their rivals stronger the more. It also proves the more that they have no ambition, they enjoy playing second fiddle. I can also believe that AFC has no interest of the fans in their plan in any way.

    Let AFC take audit of their fan base in the last 3 years to see whether they are progressing or not.

  3. Delola 19 July, 2012 at 08:39 Reply

    RVP can never re-enact his ARSENAL form in any other club. Arsenal made him and I’m certain he is going to go the way of Hleb.

  4. Jonathan 19 July, 2012 at 08:58 Reply

    If Van Persie leaves, it doesn’t mean the end of Arsenal cheer up guys coz there are alot more hot strikers than him given the fact that He’s aging
    Long live Arsenal FC!!

  5. Rastus Arum 20 July, 2012 at 13:38 Reply

    RVP Would be the craziest team Captain to join a team like Man U from Arsenal.He will be an outright traitor.He should go outside England, probably to Juventus.

    Gunner by Birth

  6. Lubee 20 July, 2012 at 18:10 Reply

    Arsenal mgt. should have a re-think of their dealings because this will still re-occur next season. That‘s my concern!!!

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