Transfer news: Who could Arsenal turn to next after Luis Suarez saga?
A look at who Arsenal could switch their attention to should they fail to sign Luis Suarez
Thursday 15 August 2013
With the Luis Suarez transfer saga yet to conclude (will he, won’t he, does he even know?), the pressure on Arsenal is rapidly mounting with them yet to make a significant signing.
But you can always trust Arsene Wenger to have other players in mind should he need to switch his attentions – despite doing his best to keep every little rumour a secret.
Here we take a look at six (seven if you want to be particular) players that could end up at Arsenal by the time the transfer window shuts on September 2.
Click HERE or ‘VIEW GALLERY’ to launch our guide of who Arsenal could turn to next…
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