Arsenal Transfer News: Robin van Persie Needs to Sign After Team Spending Spree
Robin van Persie wanted out of Arsenal because he disagreed with the direction the club was going. That’s all everyone heard about all summer. As a result, things were looking bleak for the Gunners' chances in the upcoming Euro Premier League season.
It’s amazing how a matter of weeks can swing the mindset of a football superstar.
It’s amazing how much a little bit of money spent can do the same thing.
Van Persie may not have wanted to keep the Emirates as his home after management failed to sway his opinion of its future plans. That was, after all, at the end of last season’s play.
Quite a bit has changed since.
The Mirror reports that Arsene Wenger believes a £40 million and growing summer splurge will convince his club’s biggest star to keep him around.
The team has brought in Lukas Podolski, Olivier Giroud and is awaiting a hiccup in a deal to announce Spanish midfielder Santi Cazorla to the mix.
Will you feel comfortable with the Gunners' chances if RVP doesn't sign long-term soon?
If there were doubts as to whether the Gunners wanted to win now, you’d better believe they are out the door with the recent signings they've inked during this summer’s transfer window.
New rumors from Goal.com about Nuri Sahin having permission to sign with the team on loan for the season are the latest possible upgrades the team is attempting to make in order to please Van Persie.
Will he sign a long-term extension with the club now that it has folded to his demands? It would only be right for the club and the fans if its star striker commits after getting his way.
It’s sounding more and more as if he’s going to stay, for this year at least.
If he doesn't, how will the continuing trade rumors affect him and his teammates as the season wears on?
The Gunners need the Dutchman at his best in order to capitalize off of the plethora of talent they've acquired this summer.
Sign your contract extension Van Persie. Commit to Arsenal and prepare for glory.
No distractions, no excuses.
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