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Arsenal Star Set To Leave

Arsenal centre-back, Sol Campbell looks likely to leave the Gunners after admitting the chances of him joining Fenerbahce are 'very high'.

Campbell has been a rock for the Gunners after his shock transfer from White Hart Lane, but after a season of turmoil, it looks like the big man has his sights set on a move.

'The probability of me joining Fenerbahce is very high,' Campbell told the Vatan newspaper.

'Not because they've offered me a lot of money, but because they have challenged me. Everything will be clearer after the World Cup.'

Campbell tried to give little away, but it was a poor attempt, virtually admitting he has his heart set on leaving half way through the interview.

'It is obvious that they are considering me seriously,' Campbell said. 'They made me a good and full offer. We are progressing step-by-step. I will give my decision after the World Cup.

'But, the probability of me joining Fenerbahce is bigger than that of refusing the offer.'

The departure of Campbell will certainly make Arsene Wenger's transfer activity that little bit more busy.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday June 7 2006
Time: 6:28PM

Comments

0
Arsenal will miss him He is a good quality player. Good luck to him with whatever he decides to do.
POMPEYMEV
07/06/2006 18:40:00
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he past his best anyway. as long as we get a good young defender to replace him i will be happy.
tomas
07/06/2006 18:40:00
0
One of the strongest defenders weve have.Good luck
kenyanrudeboy
07/06/2006 19:28:00
0
"One of the strangest defenders weve had". Morelike.
weststandvoice
07/06/2006 20:16:00
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lol and why's that? u will miss him big time, who are u likely to sign to fill his boots?
green giant 12
07/06/2006 21:10:00
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Nooooooooo, I like Campbell and always have, he's been great and a real gem for us, he can improve more and I'd rather see him in the back four than senderous.
gunner-minesh
07/06/2006 22:11:00
0
Its a shame, hopefully Senderos will cover him well, fear not though, we still have Cygan! ;)
TimJ
07/06/2006 22:37:00
0
he cannot improe anymore he is old man, it's ok if he wants to leve for a better challenge, let the old man go, i say. cheers
arsenalim
08/06/2006 05:08:00
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i think the timing is right, we learned to play without him and he is past his best. we might see wenger pursue c.davies a bit harder now
mish
08/06/2006 05:12:00
0
So has it finally been confirmed that he is going or is it just that the rumour mill is getting so thick each passing day?
SWPACIFIC
08/06/2006 08:20:00
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