Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Lyon’s Ben Arfa still on Wenger’s list

With Flamini departuring the club for AC Milan and the speculation surrounding Hleb’s future in the club in doubt with Inter Milan chasing his signature, Wenger is looking to reinforce his midfield.

It has been mentioned that Ben Afra of Olympique Lyon is one of Wenger’s top targets for next season. Ben Arfa is still to sign a new contract with Lyon and is also confirmed target for Manchester United.

Wenger is expected to stick to his philosophy of developing emerging young players and the 20-year old Ben Arfa would make a perfect acquistion.

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aina seun
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arsene wenger should persuade flamini to stay

rizal
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ben arfa should be a perfect signing for arsenal

terry
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with the signing of nasri, i think the next move now is to get ban arfa,a gud striker.a Dm

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Ben Arfa is worth 20m I reckon so I don`t see him coming to Arsenal

1st of all Wenger doesn`t burst the bank.

2nd Arsenal don`t got enough money
And finally………..
Why would Ben Arfa wanna go to Arsenal , what about Man u, Barca, Inter or AC

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