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Zaha & Falcao to Arsenal? | Arsenal Transfer News

The latest Arsenal transfer news is apparent interest in Wilfried Zaha and Radamel Falcao, I never thought I’d be giving you that news!

Zaha to Arsenal?

We know that Pat Rice has watched Zaha, more than once recently, and is a viable solution to a potential Theo Walcott exit. Falcao on the other hand… Well that just rings of a dirty International break rumour!

Rice made another appearance at Selhurst on Saturday to watch the exciting English U-21 winger score twice. An impressive performance, to add to the youngsters collection, he single handedly grabbed 3 points the week prior, against relegated Premier League outfit Wolves.

With Theo Walcott still not agreeing a new contract with Arsenal you have to believe that this scouting mission is very much linked. Many believe that Zaha could be secured for £11m, a high price tag for a young player from a lower league, but we all know Wenger is not afraid to take that risk!

Here is a cracking compilation of some ‘Wilf’ best bits.

Falcao to Arsenal?

Join me at the Falcao rumour mill! This is undoubtedly one of the most far-fetched Arsenal transfer stories I’ve seen for a while. The Sunday Mirror claims that Arsene Wenger is interested in chucking £35 million of his hard earned cash on a shock move for Athletico star Radamel Falcao.

I’m sure you’ll agree that this is a pretty ridiculous statement and I’m sure it was a very slow, International break, news day at the Mirror, or perhaps they just enjoy watching us speculate to the point of hysteria!

Either way it’s a great excuse to watch an amazing talent at work!


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  1. ichele aki 9 October, 2012 at 21:32 Reply

    Please “do not sell a ‘dog’ in oder to buy a ‘monkey’, they are both crouching animals” – this is a native poverb. Let walcot stay if the alternative is zaha. Its a waste of time and funds. zaha can never be better than walcot playing in arsenal.

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