Friday 3 June 2016

This would be a crushing blow for the Arsenal

As speculated not long ago by John Sippie, its speculation has it that Edinson Cavani has to rank in as one of Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger biggest missed opportunity.

The 29-year-old Uruguayan striker was available over the past two years, but the Frenchman was not ruthless enough in his quest and as such, Cavani now remains at PSG, having witnessed Zlatan move on.

Now, Cavani he stands alone as PSG’s No. 9.

This news apparently will raise strong enquiry from the Gunner’s fans, “why then are we still talking about this?”

Well, possibly because Edinson Cavani took to the presses and established that there were other locations to play football other than PSG.

As quoted by The Express, the 29-year-old Uruguayan striker said,

“At PSG I have always seen myself as a No 9 even though I’ve never played that role.”

“I always sacrifice myself for the team. The future? Godin knows me very well and has repeatedly told me that I should go to Atletico Madrid as his team-mate.”

This also has to keep any Arsenal fan reading this that “what does this have to do with Arsenal anyway?”

Well, not considerable, other than the statistic that shows clearly that, Cavani is open to the idea of playing in other locales besides Paris. Which, to be honest, is somewhat surprising.

All the 29-year-old Uruguayan international had to do was hang out until Zlatan left. Cavani may perhaps very well have taken the bait and jumped ship long before this year even came into existence. Nevertheless, he didn’t. “While am I still obsessed on that part, is without doubt is basically for the reason that am also entertaining the idea that Cavani could still be a want out by Arsenal.”

Cavani unquestionably has shown outstanding wonderful performance in playing out wide for the French side. He has put up better goals per 90 clip than most strikers have and, even at PSG that is rather impressive. It takes a special kind of striker to take a wide position and score in front of Zlatan. 

Ubiquitously, the Gunners’ are well known to need a new striker and offering Cavani a lucrative deal with guaranteed time playing up front could set off a debate.

Regardless of Cavani only making note of Los Rojiblancos, forthrightly that does not mean that the North London club is out of the picture.

However, the time is here again, at the point in time where the Frenchman (Arsene Wenger) needs to be ruthless. With insignificant number of striker available for move at the said moment, Cavani very well could be the best striker available as “the Emirates outfits has a very unique ability to attract the best without paying them the most of anyone. See Alexis Sanchez perhaps.”

Alsofrom the reports elsewhere, Arsenal target Alvaro Morata has pleaded with Real Madrid and interested clubs to resolve his future.

The 23-year-old Spaniard forward tot up a brace in the Wednesday’s friendly against Korea, likely confirming his place as La Roja’s first-choice striker at Euro 2016.

That is about all that is certain for the 23-year-old presently, with former club, the Los Blancos set to exercise their buyback option imminently, and no decision over what they will do next.

The Gunners and the Blues both want to bring him to London, allowing the Bernabeu club to spin an immediate profit on the Spaniard, but sections at Madrid are contemplating whether he should stay in the Spanish capital or probably transfer to the highest bidder.

Morata just wants to know either way.

“I hope that my future can be resolved as quickly as possible,” he said, “to know if I’m staying or if I’m going.”

“Wherever they want me most, that’s where I’ll be.”

Earlier in the week, the Madrid-born rising young star revealed that his first choice is to stay with Zinedine Zidane’s European Champions but that he was open to a Premier League move.

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