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Wenger Plans New Year Clear Out

Arsene Wenger has hinted, nay, straight out informed us that there is more than a possibility that players will be on the move in the up coming transfer window.

January 1st see's the traditional opening of the first transfer window of the year and Le Boss again stated that he won't be brining any further players into Ashburton Grove, but there could be a gooner or two on their way out.

'We will not strengthen in January, we will definitely not strengthen. We will maybe sell, but certainly not buy." Said Wenger.

If I had to hazzard a guess the finger of judgement would point towards Jeremie Aliadiere, Anthony Stokes and/or Arturo Lupoli.

Anybody like to speculate?




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 18 2006

Time: 2:38PM

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Aliadiere has probably burnt all bridges on saturdays performance, but i think there is a surprise in jan and xmas may come late for us poor gooners, thats another post though.
PUREGOLD
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18/12/2006 14:46:00

Aliadiere and possibly Lupoli as his contract runs out in June. I don't really see anyone else going.
begeegs
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18/12/2006 15:02:00

we have henry, gallas, lauren and diaby coming back in the new year, so we dun really need any new signings..
luckys_10
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18/12/2006 15:05:00

The three names mentioned certainly make sense.
sandgroanun
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18/12/2006 15:21:00

Thinking about it, Seb Larrson is probably the most likely along with Aliadiere!
Rocky7
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18/12/2006 15:23:00

ljungberg and hoyte i can see leaving, maybe with the boss changing his mind with the no trnasfers thing, bt if he sticks to hiz words, only fringe players will leave
sammylash
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18/12/2006 16:14:00

hoyte, muamba and larrson maybe, also theres talk of growing interest over in italy for arturo, and i think alliadiere is not going to make it as much as it hurts me to say.
hazzagooner
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18/12/2006 17:09:00

Can't see freddie leaving just yet, in the summer maybe!!
Rocky7
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18/12/2006 18:02:00

Freddie can still offer a lot to the team especially in Europe with his industrious running, ok he has lost some pace, but he brings a lot of grit and determination to the team, and the guy's class has never been in doubt, always has an eye for the important goal. Wenger should give him one more year next season to get fully fit and get back to his best, and if still things dun change around for him, then maybe after 10 glorious years for our club, it maybe time for him to go. but he certainly deserves another year just because he is a legend at our club..
luckys_10
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18/12/2006 20:50:00

lupoli is a crazy stricker/finisher...should stay and have a go in the premiership first
mish
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18/12/2006 22:40:00

No chance Hoyte leaves...he's played pretty well considering he wasn't expected to get much playing time, and if that new domestic rule kicks in Arsenal will need every half decent English player they can get. Freddie leaving makes no sense either, unless he wants to go somewhere else (and I've seen no indication of that). I guess this'll cool down the Reo-Corker speculation though...or so Wenger wishes, heh.
Shinobi
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18/12/2006 23:26:00

It's always a shame to see players go (well, the ones who don't moan) but I suppose it's survival of the worthy when it comes down to it. They can't all make the grade, not even Wenger can avoid the occasional faliure (Jeffers). One thing is for certain; anyone who does go, is not good enough to stay.
Parano!d
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