Arsenal may sign international enforcer

Arsenal may sign international enforcer

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The carousel of names being linked to Arsenal continues apace this January. It appears that the bigger the club the more players are linked. Certainly there have been a huge amount of rumours pertaining to Arsenal’s potential spend.

The latest player to be mentioned is a midfielder with great potential. News broke this afternoon that Arsenal are reportedly keen on a young Polish enforcer called Dominik Furman. The midfielder who plays for Legia Warsaw has already appeared twice for Poland, even at the tender age of 21.

He’s been a regular in his club side this season with 24 appearances already.

The Daily Mail says:

Arsenal are keen on Polish midfielder Dominik Furman, 21, of Legia Warsaw but may hold off bidding until summer.

Not exactly the most exciting transfer news that you’re ever going to hear is it? We are hoping to be able to report on a major Arsenal swoop over the next couple of weeks. With Manchester city flying and Liverpool looking like serious contenders for the title at last, Arsenal really need to push on if they want to remain genuine candidates for The Premier League.

They have had a string of really impressive results but they haven’t played any of the big boys in 2014 and it’s in those games where you really need a top striker to make the difference in a tight contest. Right now we don’t think that they have that type of striker.

Arsenal fans, would Wenger be mad not to sign a high profile striker in January, considering that the club has its best chance to win a Premier League trophy in years?

Let have your thoughts. CLICK FOR FURMAN

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Garry Nevile was a fool by saying arsenal can’t win a premier league, is he prophet or God, he should remain silent.

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