Real Madrid Rumors: Gunners Better off Without Inconsistent Nuri Sahin
The Real Madrid Gunners are still on the fence about Nuri Sahin, and I’m here to inform them to jump off right now. Sahin needs Madrid, not the other way around.
But they don’t need the sparsely-used 23-year-old.
While he’s strong on long shots and direct free kicks, his aerial duels are lackluster, and his consistency is nonexistent.
He had an 88.7 percent success rate on passes last season, according to WhoScored.com. But he only made 10 appearances, so his sample size is rather minuscule. He registered one goal and one assist in those appearances.
So why should the Gunners bring him back? The value simply isn’t there, and the opportunity to secure more talented and experienced players should be the main goal.
While the team needs a replacement at attacking midfielder to replace Aaron Ramsey, Sahin has not flashed the ability to successfully take over the reins.
Should Real Madrid Bring Back Nuri Sahin?
Why do you think he could barely get on the field last season?
Goal.com reports that numerous other clubs have been looking to land Sahin, which means a minor bidding war could ensue.
Real Madrird doesn’t need that right now.
The Gunners are still in the running to land Gregory van der Wiel, according to The Daily Mirror, and they need a boatload of money to do it. They don’t need to be spending money on a sparsely-used player who's not going to have a significant impact like van der Wiel would.
Sahin hasn’t shown the potential to suggest he’s a rising star, and parting ways now to allow him more playing time on a lesser team is the best decision for both parties involved.
Let Sahin go.
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