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It's Friday the 13th of April.
But I'm not superstitious.
If I was superstitious, I wouldn't predict that Arsenal will soon sign four players.
Podolski, Vertonghen, M'Villa and Belhanda.
Those four will convince van Persie to re-sign.
Podolski is 26 and has 95 caps and 45 goals for Germany.Done deal.
Ajax captain Vertonghen is 24 and has played 36 games for Belgium. He's left footed and versatile and in the bag.
Rennes midfielder Yann M'vila is 21 and plays for Laurent Blanc's national team. Could M'Vila hack it in the EPL straight away?
Philippe reckons Wenger is looking at Belhanda of Montpellier, not Giroud.
I think Wenger needs to replace Nasri and this kid is 22 and plays on the left side of midfield, like Nasri and Pires.
He's a likely lad but I can't say he's ready to win the Premier League title for Arsenal.
Once a developmental manager, always a developmental manager. Policy : bring them over, make them rich, toughen them up for Les Bleus.
If we want to know what the great developmental manager will do in the future, we should look at what he's done in the past. He's too old to change his ways. He's also too stubborn to change his ways.
But he knows last summer was a shambles he orchestrated.
The summer of 2011 was when Wenger got everything wrong and lost any chance of having a trophy-winning team. If he does that again, he'll be sacked.
He knows that, so he'll spend early to keep Robin and make you renew your season tickets.
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