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AMN reportedly up for sale
Discussion started by Flava , 06 August, 2020 20:58
AMN reportedly up for sale
Flava 06 August, 2020 20:58
Head of Football Kia Joirabchin has put AMN up for sale, keeping the inferior and older Cedric Soares

Pffft

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Bergmars 06 August, 2020 21:05
And Kolapsinac



Under new managment

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Flava 06 August, 2020 21:11
Indeed mate

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Bergmars 06 August, 2020 21:32
I'm surprised by this



Under new managment

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 06 August, 2020 21:36
Reports are that Arteta isn't happy about it.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
CazOnARola 07 August, 2020 02:57
This is nuts

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 07 August, 2020 07:17
Apparently Everton interested.

We have so much dross to get rid of first and we just can't shift them.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
goonerred 07 August, 2020 07:45
AMN is incosistent. He was excellent in the cup final, Chelsea couldn't handle him in the first half, but I've seen him make wrong decisions and not play so well. I don't think I would sell him though, there are worse than him to get rid of.

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 07 August, 2020 08:31
Jeez just read Spurs interest.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
weedz 07 August, 2020 09:14
Soarse is just a squady and only just arrived (injured)
Who is going to buy Kolasinic? I've read that he also plans to see out his contract, along side with his buddy in arms.

I agree with Red over ANM
Of that quartet of Saka, Willock, Nelson and him I'd say he is the weaker, as to skill set and athleticism.
He's big, but not quick and has some way to go as to positioning.
Although part of that problem is he is used as untility player, which is his strong suit.
Jack of all trades.......



Self sustainable is a word that rich people with short arms and deep pockets use.

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
CazOnARola 07 August, 2020 09:20
Weedz. AMN is one the quickest players. He is quicker than Tierney without the ball.

He is the john oshea. You need a players line these to win titles.

Id sell willock and Nelson before i sell AMN because he is going home grown and can play a variety of positions. You can't have 22 great players. He is probably the most versatile player in the squad. May even be able to play emergency CB in 3-4 years time once he gains experience.

Again I'm not comparing abilities of willock and Nelson on the ball but what they bring.

AMN is a proper utility man. The other one is chambers but he is too slow.

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 07 August, 2020 09:50
He is versatile and quick (Weedz)
As Caz said other youngsters should go before him.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
SuperRob 07 August, 2020 09:53
Hope this isn't true. Why are we selling 22 year old when there are plenty of underperforming 30 year old in the squad?

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
AJ The Gunner 07 August, 2020 11:16
Not sure this is a good idea especially if Arteta is not happy about it.



Wenger Is Gone Now So Can We Be Allowed To Breathe Now???

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
weedz 07 August, 2020 22:36
I'll stick with what I said above.
IMO he's not that quick.
I can remember just 1 run down the left wing against Cheisea, where he showed some pace, the whole season.
I would defiantly prefer Nelson and Willock over him, if one was determined to be excess to requirements.
And we won't get £30m for him either. £20m tops.
Sell him and Torreina to raise the £45m for Partey.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 07 August, 2020 23:07
Think with him being able to play different positions it would be a bigger loss to the squad.



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
CazOnARola 08 August, 2020 11:10
Quote:
Boston Gooner
Think with him being able to play different positions it would be a bigger loss to the squad.
Exactly. Saka, Aubameyang, pepe and Martinelli can all and will probably play on the wings in most games.

Nelson is probably the most dispensible amount the youngsters among with balogun. Willock is still worth keeping as we don't really have quality midfielders and he can do a job there.

But AMN can do a job in all the positions discussed. You can't have more than 2 RBs, LB, LW, RWs in the squad.

So whenever a situation like this season arises with multiple players like Bellerin,Chambers, Soares, Kolasinac, Tierney, Pepe, Auba, Martinelli, you have a one man replacement to plug the holes.

AMN is the best utility player that i can think of for us in recent times.

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Merlion96 08 August, 2020 12:20
AMN contract has 2 more years to run.
Was he offered a new contract or he had indicate h will leave to play regular 1st team football?



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Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Lewis_198four 10 August, 2020 03:53
That’s a shame he’s good
Sometimes



AFC
RULE!

Re: AMN reportedly up for sale
Boston Gooner 10 August, 2020 15:11
Apparently 3 clubs going to be bidding for him.
2 premiership and 1 German clubs.



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