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City May Scupper Arsenal's Andrei Arshavin Deal

City May Scupper Arsenal's Andrei Arshavin Deal

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Manchester City may scupper Arsenal's proposed deal with Zenit Saint Petersburg and put an offer in for the 27-year-old striker.

Arsenal are thought to have tabled a £10million bid the Russian international, however according to the Sun, the offer was immediate dismissed. No new offers have arrived from the London club.

Zennit Saint Peterburg spokesman Alexei Petrov said...

'I can confirm that Zenit did get an official offer of about £10m from Arsenal for Andrei Arshavin. It was rejected as insufficient. No new offers have arrived from them since.'

By all accounts, Zenit are going to hold out for their £23million asking price.

With Manchester City struggling to find a regular goal scorer, should Mark Hughes go all out and scupper Arsenal's proposed one and only January signing.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday January 12 2009
Time: 5:29PM

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Why would Man City have to go after the one player that Arsenal want to sign? That would be low, with the billions there are many players you can get, so they should move along and stop hating.
Paulsito
12/01/2009 17:39:00
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We don't hate anyone Paulsito, well except the Rags of course.
Tudor
12/01/2009 17:47:00
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Let us have him. You have Vassell! ;-)
Tom14
12/01/2009 18:01:00
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Vassell who?
Tudor
12/01/2009 18:13:00
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I don't care as long as City hurry up and sign someone before our next game!
mcfcthriller
12/01/2009 18:39:00
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However Arshavin wants a club with Cjampions league staus and is more likely to move in the summer than now.
Buzz Lightyear
12/01/2009 18:43:00
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Because we have billions thats the reason that we can outbid clubs, ask Chelsea, Nearly put the frighteners up the rags with berbatov and the ended up paying more than they wanted to.
Buzz Lightyear
12/01/2009 18:43:00
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Having said that Buzz Arsenal are lousy payers
Doody
12/01/2009 19:32:00
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Yes Doody, they have a ceiling, which they broke for Fabregas and he is a far better player than Arshvin, I think the wages will be a problem, unless the lad is willing to take a pay cut or move to City who will pay his wages but no give him European football for a couple of seasons
Buzz Lightyear
12/01/2009 20:19:00
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anybody else getting the feeling....."clutching at straws".....
lincolnblue
13/01/2009 07:37:00
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