Thursday 19 May 2016

Star player demands showdown talks with Manager

The north London star striker Olivier Giroud is report to be demanding showdown talks with Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger, according to the reports in France.

Notwithstanding his reduced in form since the beginning of the year, the France international who is currently with the French squad on international duty for UEFA Euro 2016, has enjoyed his finest Premier League in terms goal scoring, netting 16 goals in 38 appearances of the north London club.

Reports from the L’Equipe says that the 29-year-old France international is desperate deliberating about his long-term future with the Gunners after facing a difficult term overall.

The 29-year-old tied with a contract at the Emirates until 2018, who has scored 82-goals across four season with the north London club, is reportedly keen for negotiation to arise.

Arsene Wenger has already admitted that, a new striker will be bought to bolster the squad attack after Danny Welbeck’s injury, which will be keeping the England international out for nine months, he his keen on bringing in new reinforcements ahead of the 2016/17 season.

The manager said, “I believe that Danny Welbeck being out now for a long, long time we will be on the road to look for one more striker.”

The France international make amends by scoring a vigorous goal in a 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium in the match against Manchester City, followed by his hat-trick goals on the final day of the season at the Emirate Stadium to already relegated Aston Villa.

Among the men on the North London club watch is Juventus striker Alvaro Morata loaned from Real Madrid to the Italian club side in 2014. Arsenal are believed to have submitted a bid of £51m for the Spaniard should his return from Juve to Bernabeu be confirmed.

He has 11 goals and 10 assist for Italian club side this season and such a player of his like could be a perfect replacement for Welbeck.

No comments:

Post a Comment