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Wenger: No Offer For Ribery

After yet more speculation that Arsene Wenger is closing in on Franck Ribery, Le Boss has moved quickly to dispell these rumours.

He does admitt he admires the player, but has no need for him at this time.

"We have never made an offer to Marseille for Ribery, I find him a good player, but I do not look for any players at the moment because I feel I have exactly the squad I need.' Said Wenger

"Offensively we have lost some players, but people like Rosicky have come in and the young players have also developed. So, at the moment, I am not looking for anybody to come in."

I must say, and not for the first time, I agree with Mr Wenger. Who would he replace? In my humble opinion Rosicky and Hleb as fast improving (a scarey thought) from their already supremely talent status' and we have Ljungberg (maybe he could be replaced) and Walcott.

I wouldn't be gutted if he were to join, far from it, but in that same vein, I couldn't care less if he didn't.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 17 2006

Time: 11:04AM

Your Comments

Your main man knows what he is doing I am sure , if he says he has the right squad then I am sure he has the right squad
dazednconfuzed
Fantastic as always to see AW putting an end to this discussion. Great. All needs to be sorted out in their time. Now, it's time for battle with the army that is already in the camp.
SWPACIFIC
its more of a matter whos place iss he going to take. . .would it be reyes or ljunberg etc but i really dont think we need him yet although i have no doubts about his ability
abdleb
over priced at current value but if he came for about 10 mil. it would be a gr8 investment. Freddie's gonna retire anyway and it would be good to see a pacy winger on both flanks ribery on right and walcott down the left, rosicky moving to central midfield. Besides , by the next WC ribery will be 28 and we could easily sell him for something around 20-25 mil.
theory henry
More gutter press drivel I suppose!
Cravens
 

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