No-Brainer: Arsenal MUST sign this top striker


Top player for good money

We are expecting a really top striker to come in to Arsenal in the summer to bolster their forward line.

But if Arsenal are really serious about winning trophies again then they are going to need four quality front men in the squad.

For all Sanogo’s potential he wouldn’t yet be counted as one of those top four.

We would let Lucas Podolski leave the club after an arguably underwhelming time at Arsenal.

That leaves Olivier Giroud as the only one good enough for a top squad that is challenging for trophies.

A perfect addition to the squad would be Loic Remy. According to Harry Redknapp he wouldn’t cost the earth and may be available. He would definitely be good enough for Arsenal. Redknapp told reporters:

“Remy wants to play Champions League football next season, so they tell me.

“The chances of us keeping him are not great if he’s got a buy-out clause.

“If I say he’s worth £20m and his buy-out clause is £10m, or whatever, then it’s difficult.”

He’s quick, got good feet and doesn’t give the ball away cheaply. But most importantly he knows where the goal is and will guarantee you 15 to 25 goals per season at a top club.

The great thing about signing Remy from Arsenal’s perspective is that they would be signing top quality but it would still leave them a large portion of the kitty to spend on a more expensive addition to the strike force.

Let’s have a look at him in action. Arsenal fans – keen?


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  1. Marcton Nyathi

    Apr 11, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    Dear Gunners we must put more to take f.A cùp Up GUNNERS

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