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Lansbury Flies The Nest

Lansbury Flies The Nest

Arsenal look set to shed a few players this week with the transfer window closing on Friday and the spring clean process has kicked off in earnest with Henri Lansbury on the cusp of a £1m move to Nottingham Forest. Lansbury has been with Arsenal since the age of 9 and has taken several loan spells to further his development. Scunthorpe United, Watford, Norwich City and West Ham United have all enlisted his services on a temporary basis over the last three years.

Reports suggest Lansbury travelled to Nottingham to agree terms over the weekend and the 21 year old midfielder tweeted "medical`s done" this afternoon. It is thought Forest will pay an initial £1m and will owe the Gunners a further £1m if Forest are promoted to the top flight in the next two years. He appeared for Arsenal a total of 5 times, scoring one goal at White Hart Lane against Tottenham in September 2010.


Fellow reserve mainstay Daniel Boateng has joined Oxford United on loan until January. Boateng had a loan spell at Swindon last year which didn't really go to plan. The 20 year old will further his education in League Two.

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Writer:Tim Stillman
Date:Tuesday August 28 2012
Time: 4:16PM

Comments

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Sad to see one of the lads go...but, it is for the better and hopefully, he gets to play more often. He looked a talent at some point.
Naijagunner
28/08/2012 16:41:00
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Being reported that Walcott has refused contract extension
Gooner_Vin
28/08/2012 19:51:00
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Kind of a shame. Had high hopes for him. Hope he is a success at Forest and we see him back in the EPL with them soon.
Ned Stark
29/08/2012 20:54:00
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