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Wenger Counting On Reyes & Cesc

After the news that Jose Antonio Reyes was ready to quit Arsenal for Madrid yesterday & then the quick denial of all the rumours, dodgy Spanish site AS.com claimed that Real Madrid were still on the hunt for both Reyes & Fabregas (again).

But in what seems to be an exclusive interview for the site, Arsene Wenger has warned off potential suitors saying that he is 'counting' on the players for next season.

Wenger insists that the players are not for sale and they will be gooners in the coming season.

After allegedly telling reports that they couldn't have a photograph, he then stated,

'But if you have come to ask about Reyes or Cesc I can tell you that they are not for sale. Arsenal has not received any offer for those players. I am counting on them for next season.'

So there you have it folks, no offers, no sale, no chance.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 31 2006

Time: 11:46AM

Your Comments

Hmmmmmmmmm, let me see. Now is it possible that another Madrid president was elected on the basis of a lot of promises that haven't been fulfilled and so these Madrid owned media outlets (AS, Marca) are making noises to make it look like Madrid will actually sign somoene under 30?
Little Dutch
Its diabolical dutch, its always the same though, arrogant spanish presidential candidates think they can ride 'rough shod' over clubs in the vain hope they might get elected on the grounds of making unreasonable promises, it should be stamped out by the governing bodies
jim_the_gooner
lol, damn right, silly silly madrid
hazzagooner
I dont mind if we sell reyes coz he's never settled in, though with the new wider field he might tear teams apart. we can swap him for batsista (plus cash) who will add some ummphh to the young boys. cesc absolutely must stay no bargains there
mish
Bull**** mish! Reyes and Fabregas are our future!
Tugboat
 

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