Following the failure to land Luis Suarez, Arsenal have been frustratingly trying to land in players due to the heavy criticism of their fans, raising banners of “Spend Arsene Spend” in their shocking loss against Aston Villa. But Arsenal, somehow, have regained the belief of their fans after defeating Fenerbahce in their Champions League qualifier.
Arsenal according to The Telegraph have now shifted their attention towards Karim Benzema, and apparently have received positive response as Real Madrid are gathering money to buy the left wing Jesus, Gareth Bale. The Arsenal manager is said to be prepared to pay Real Madrid £40m for the striker, who moved to the Bernabeu in 2009 in a £35m deal. Real Madrid won’t be lacking goals even if Benzema moves, as their youth prodigy Morata is to step up and also the arrival of Gareth Bale.
Arsenal’s first choice keeper Sczcesny has come under severe criticism over the past year and now Arsenal are pursuing a solid replacement for the Polish keeper.
The Italian keeper Emiliano Viviano enjoyed a successful loan spell with Fiorentina last season, but with Palermo suffering relegation into Serie B, he is now looking for a move away from the club.
Palermo director Giorgio Perinetti has confirmed that an English club is looking to clinch his signature and negotiations are taking place to see if a deal can be agreed.