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Monday, July 27, 2009

Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Eyes on Stephen Ireland of Manchester City

(This entry was originally published on Monday, January 5th, 2009)

Since last Summer, Arsenal has been looking for a quality midfielder following the departures of a number of key holding midfielders. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is now more desperate to land a midfielder in the January transfer window, knowing the fact that he would miss the service of star midfielder, Captain Cesc Fabregas as the Spanish international has been sidelined with injury and would remain so for a number of months to come.

So, Arsene Wenger’s temptation of signing a quality midfielder is pretty much understandable at this moment. After Everton made it clear that their Spanish midfielder Mikel Arteta was not for sale in January, Wenger has reportedly turned his sight on Manchester City midfielder Stephen Ireland who has been in excellent form so far this season, scoring 9 goals and assisting 7 overall. No doubt, 22-year-old Stephen Ireland could be an effective signing for Arsenal, but I do not find any reason for which newly rich Manchester City would like to let one of its key performers leave the club in January when they have enough money to go for big-money deals.

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