Friday, 6 July 2012

Arsenal: Ruled out- Van Persie

LONDON - Robin van Persie will end his career with the Dutch Arsenal.Penyerang said he would not continue its contract with the Gunners squad, which will end in the summer of 2013.
"Personally, I went through a great season with Arsenal but my dream is to win trophies with the team and help the club achieve success.
"I've been thinking about that but I decided to discontinue my contract," said van Persie.
Van Persie to blow up 37 goals in all competitions for Arsenal last season, said he has talked about his future co-chief executive, Ivan Gazidis and manager, Arsène Wenger before Euro 2012.

For the record, Arsenal have not won any title since won the FA Cup trophy in 2005 and failed to clinch the Premier League title since 2004.
"To respect the manager (Wenger), players and supporters, I would not give details on this matter.
"However, meeting with Wenger Gazidis and then giving a clear picture to me. We failed to reach agreement on many issues," said 28-year-old striker.
Van Persie said that several meetings will be held with Arsenal after returning from vacation Gazidis in the United States (U.S.).
Some of the best European clubs have expressed interest to sign van Persie, including Premier League, Manchester City and a champion of Serie A, Juventus.

Van Persie is playing a major role for Arsenal last season, leading scorer with 30 league goals to help the Gunners squad qualified for the Champions League campaign.
However, he failed to repeat that performance on the international stage after only scoring one goal for the Netherlands at Euro 2012.
To accommodate the loss of van Persie, Wenger has signed striker Montpellier, Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski from Cologne since the end of last season.
Wenger needs to take advantage of the summer transfer window next month to sell the captain and the world-class striker or face the risk of loss without the money when his contract expired the end of next season.

However, this scenario is no stranger to Wenger.
This is because, Arsenal lost some of the main pillars of the past few years, including Cesc Fàbregas who moved to Barcelona and Emmanuel Adebayor, Kolo Touré, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy who joined the City. - Agency


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