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Wenger To Talk To Real Madrid

Arsene Wenger will talk to Real Madrid this week about the future of Jose Antonio Reyes

The future of the winger has been in doubt for quite sometime now after failing to impress in Spain and burning his bridges with the Arsenal.

'I will sit down with Madrid and talk about Reyes this week. Once we find out what they want to do with him we will make a decision. We have missed him at some points this season because he is a natural winger but we shall wait and see what happens.' said Le Boss.

I assume that the decision that AW will make after the talks with Madrid will be to where he will sell Reyes when Real say 'NO'.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday May 7 2007
Time: 10:49AM

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Apparently Athletico still want him, we can only hope. I will now cling to the dream that Wenger is actually considering buying a winger if he feels we have missed Reyes at certain times this season.
Ashburton Gooner
07/05/2007 11:12:00
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I would like reyes back....He was pretty good.
Goofle
07/05/2007 11:13:00
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no way keep him away i liked him but his attitude was s*&t
mish
07/05/2007 11:24:00
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If he could sort his attitude I would welcome him back with open arms, but that will never change. AG, Athletic have issued a statement saying they're not interested.
Rocky7
07/05/2007 11:28:00
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Well I got that completely wrong, apparently they dont want him
Ashburton Gooner
07/05/2007 11:29:00
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R7- maybe they are trying to get him at a cheaper price. They wanted him last summer so I suppose until he signs somewhere we wont know.
Ashburton Gooner
07/05/2007 12:13:00
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He is not wanted because they see his attitiude. If he agrees that he is not wanted we could have him!
Goofle
07/05/2007 12:19:00
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Dunno AG, I can't see Wenger accpeting too much of a loss with Reyes. Watch this space I guess.
Rocky7
07/05/2007 12:23:00
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There is no doubt that Arsene would like him, but hasn't he already said that "It's like you want Miss world, but she doesn't want to go out with you etc etc". I can't see it happening with Reyes unless ALL the media reports are trash - which I find hard to believe.
Andy-bayor
07/05/2007 12:40:00
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I just hope whoever buys him compensates us at least 10 million for him....hopefully :)
AB_Arsenal
07/05/2007 12:59:00
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