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Sagna Is 'Very Very Happy' At Arsenal

Bacary Sagna`s agent has moved to quash any rumours that the right back will leave Arsenal in the near future.

Sagna, arguably one of our players of the season, had been linked loosely to a move away from North London, most notably in the direction of Italy.

However Bac`s agent played the possibility down immediately.

He said 'Bacary is very, very happy in London and I think it is very unlikely he'll leave Arsenal in the next summer. In football nothing is impossible, but, again, it is really very complicated that the player could move."

'He is very well and has found an ideal dimension in London.'

Out of all the players to worry about leaving us in the summer, Sagna would have been way down my list anyway. Always solid, dependable and gives 100%, Sagna is a firm fans favourite, and a necessity to our squad if we want to move forward and win something shiny.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 5 2011

Time: 11:03AM

Your Comments

I think we're very, very happy to have him too. Been top drawer ever since he arrived.
Little Dutch
At the time of his signing it seemed an odd transfer and one we didn't seem to need, but the guy is first rate. One of the best in Europe right now I would guess.
Rocky7
And we're very happy with you, Bac! BTW, unlike some other players from the French NT (tho he's not the only one), Bac has donated his world cup bonus - his choice was to give it to 2 small lower division football clubs in France and 2 in Senegal.
jaelle
Made the PFA team of the year twice in 3-4 seasons. Also was made the Ligue 1 team of the year at least once shortly before he joined us. A consistently class act.
Amos.
He'd be bored stupid in an Italian defence
deaduncleted
Love the guy. A proper footballer, never in the spotlight but the type of player all great teams need. I didn't think he was leaving anyway, English football seems to suit him.
Professor Calculus
jaelle, the biggest shock for me was that the French players actually got any bonuses for that pile of ***** during the WC.
Sajit
Love you Bac
Sajit
Sajit, the bonuses are automatic - part of the package in playing in the tournament. Usually they're not an issue but because of the debacle the players caused, the bonuses became an issue this time around. The press in France have reported closely who gave up their bonuses and who didn't.
jaelle
Sajit, the bonuses are automatic - part of the package in playing in the tournament. Usually they're not an issue but because of the debacle the players caused, the bonuses became an issue this time around. The press in France have reported closely who gave up their bonuses and who didn't.
jaelle
Where do these rumours even get started? You don't get to hear such stories coming out of our main rivals' camps, so I will put this down to us being easy pickings in view of the failure to win trophies. I don't expect Bac to leave even though he will not lack options should he show any interest to leave.
Naijagunner
OT. Got this joke from a friend on Monday and just thought to share it, belatedly, as it is reported 'he' is a fan of our club (clubs can't choose their fans now, can they?): Whilst celebrating Arsenal's win over Manchester United on Sunday, it was perhaps unwise of Osama ********** to run out into the street shouting, come on, you Gunners!!
Naijagunner
Brilliant athlete. Loyal to the club. Going nowhere. Period.
Eboue=GOD
Not just a top player, but a top man as well. I've even warmed to his hairstyle, that's how much I love him!
GoonerLou
 

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