Arsenal Transfer News: Alan Dzagoev Is Ideal Candidate for Emirates Move
Arsene Wenger has stayed in power in North London by routinely filling his side with young, budding stars from all over the world.
Last year was an exception to the rule when he saw young, budding stars leave the Emirates, but he righted the ship and turned in a surprisingly successful third-place finish in the league. And then he quickly got back to his old ways by signing German star Lukas Podolski before the campaign was even out.
Now he's turning his sights to landing more young talents from across the globe, and according to the Daily Mail, breakout Euro 2012 Russian star Alan Dzagoev has caught the French manager's eye:
Arsenal are keen on signing Russia international Alan Dzagoev, 21.
The £13m-rated CSKA Moscow midfielder is out of contract in December.
Dzagoev is one of the leaders in Euro 2012 with three goals so far in the tournament. Russia sits atop Group A with one match to go, and the CSKA Moscow playmaker is a big reason why.
Despite his young age he's already made a huge impression both internationally and domestically and is poised for something bigger than just the Russian Premier League.
Arsenal, who love to pull players from outside England, are the ideal candidate for his services. Wenger has always been good about bringing along talented, youthful players, and if Dzagoev were to join an attack that consists of Gervinho, 18-year-old Englishman Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott and Podolski now as well, there is no telling what these players could do in the years to come.
It remains to be seen what will happen with captain Robin van Persie, but even if he stays on for one more year it will likely be his last in North London.
Dzagoev, Ox, Gervinho and Podolski would be the future for this club.
Consider Arsenal one of the favorite for the Russian youngster because he simply fits in too well.
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