Tuesday, 6 September 2016

REVEALED!! Arsene Wenger Was Offered Hit-Striker On Transfer Deadline Day But Deal Was Disapproved

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Reports according to the Metro has revealed that Arsene Wenger was given an opportunity to sign another striker on transfer deadline day but all efforts proved abortive.
REVEALED!! Arsene Wenger Was Offered Hit-Striker On Transfer Deadline Day But Deal Was Disapproved
Arsene Wenger had been searching for a striker since the opening of the just concluded summer transfer window but was very fortunate to have completed a move for Lucas Perez from Deportivo La Coruna few days before the end of the transfer window.

Reports are out claiming that Wenger was given an opportunity to sign Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge few hours before the transfer window closed. However, it is believed that the deal was blocked by Liverpool as they didn't want the England international to leave the club. Though Sturridge's representatives wanted him to leave Anfield but the Liverpool management refused to approve their proposal as they expect him to be at the club till further notice.

Daniel Sturridge who had played for teams like Manchester City and Chelsea in the past was an Arsenal fan during his childhood days and would have jumped at the slightest opportunity of moving to Arsenal. He has proved to be one of the best strikers in the Premier League and would be a great asset for any team.

If Liverpool had not blocked this deal, it's pretty possible that Arsene Wenger could have tried to sign the England striker in order to boost the team for the 2016/17 campaign.

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