December 29, 2012 by
Spain has been good to Arsenal in the last two seasons, with Mikel Arteta and Santi Cazorla adding flair to the midfield, and the financial problems encountered by most of the clubs in the Spanish Primera liga mean that they are likely to receive lots of offers for players in January. Arsenal, Newcastle, Sunderland and Wigan have been scouting the defensive midfielder Pape Diop who plays for Levante, according to Talksport.
Diop is a Sengal international who joined the small Spanish club at the start of the season. His powerful displays at the heart of the midfield has helped Levante to qualify for the next round of the Europa league and they are currently sixth in the Spanish league table. .......Read the full article here
November 14, 2012 by
I know, it sounds ridiculous. Arsenal would not pay €70 million for anybody, nevermind a young striker who cannot get into the Real Madrid team, but the amount of the clause does not necessarily mean that Real Madrid would not accept any less for their 20-year old striker, Alvaro Morata.
The Mirror broke the story yesterday, and Spanish newspaper AS reports today about the clause in the contract. Morata a signed a new deal with the Spanish champions in the summer which lasts until 2015, and the buy out clause is a precaution in case the player becomes hot property. .......Read the full article here
February 23, 2011 by
The Daily Mirror is reporting that one of Arsenal’s future prospects, Wellington Silva, has been eating too much pizza! The 18-year-old Brazilian player is currently on loan with Spanish side Levante and has been lectured to by the coaching staff about his behaviour and that it could jeopardise his career with the Gunners.
The midfielder has been accused by the manager, Luis Garcia, of spending too much time on social networking sites like Twitter and eating too much unhealthy food at the local pizzeria.
Garcia told the player to start behaving more professionally and that he is reporting on him to Arsenal. He said: “I want him to be more professional in his behaviour. Arsenal want us to work and help him and not only in terms of football”. .......Read the full article here