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Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
04 July, 2017 21:10
Signing Lacazette.
A sensational £80m deal for Sporting Lisbon duo William Carvalho and Gelson Martins?
Lemar or Mahrez?
Chasing a host of midfielders and wingers?

It will be no great loss to force Ozil to see out his contract or sell him on the cheap to nay Turkish club if he still refuses to sign a new contract.
Alexis will most likely to go to Abu Dhabi City for £50m to £80m to recoup all those transfer fees.

Ox?
Most likely leaving a she is desperate to make it into England WC2018 squad by playing regularly, and with a better coach that believes in him and improves him. He knew that he had hit a brickwall with Wenger and does not like to be a wingback.

Bellerin?
His head might had been turned by his family (like Jose Reyes) and wanted to leave. Watch his dip in form this season.

And there you have Wenger finally got his thumbs out of his asshole and decided to overhaul his squad and hope to extend his stay at Emirates beyond 2019 with a title-winning squad, and who knows ... the Holy Grail o fhis first CL Cup.

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
Bergmars (IP Logged)
05 July, 2017 06:39
Chickens coming home to roost players fed up of Wenger like many fans



A shadow of what we were

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
MattySadler (IP Logged)
05 July, 2017 08:16
If he has any sense he'll be preparing for life without them.

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
05 July, 2017 12:48
They won't sell alexis. They know its a PR disaster. He will leave on a bosman or the will pay 300-350k pounds/week to keep him

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
05 July, 2017 21:41
Both of them intended to run out their contract.
Alternatively, a Cashley Cole Solution:
Pay them what they want for one season and then allow them to join the club they desire during summer 2018 with a fixed transfer price.

Apparently, Alexis is playing hard ball and wanted 400,000 pw.
Similarly, Ozil is demanding 350,000 pw.

Wenger can also paly hard ball, refusing to sell them, let them rot on the bench during WC2018 year ... and allow them to leave during January 2018 when both of them desperately needed playing time to salvage their international career.

After all, it will cost 100-mil to replace them ... and why not save 100-mil by making them squad player.

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
06 July, 2017 07:19
Cause they know we can't afford to do that. Lot of questions will be asked and it will be worse. Its a management nightmare. We can niether keep them at these prices nor sell them

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
SandyB (IP Logged)
06 July, 2017 13:26
I don't see Alexis staying, throwing away big transfer money isn't Arsenal way, they never did it in the past don't see them doing this time.

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
Bergmars (IP Logged)
08 July, 2017 11:55
If he's making massive demands as is reported then we should move him on, one reason I would like to see Mahrez signed proven EPL no settling into English football.



A shadow of what we were

 
Re: Is Wenger preparing life without Alexis and Ozil?
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
08 July, 2017 18:31
We will need to replace alexis s work rate in the team as well. I'm not sure mahrez does that. One ozil is enough in a team


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