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Robinho move to arsenal?

Joe822010-04-28 19:35:41 +0000 #1
Anyone against this transfer :P? <embed src="" hidden="true" />
Becks2010-04-28 19:46:43 +0000 #2
I am because personally,

1) I am not an Arsenal fan

2) I want to see him go to Madrid.
Maccabi 4ever2010-04-28 19:45:59 +0000 #3
i think that if thierry does end up leaving then robinho would be a great replace otherwise i dont think arsenal needs him with reyes and henry
serb012010-04-28 20:06:31 +0000 #4

Originally Posted by Maccabi 4ever

i think that if thierry does end up leaving then robinho would be a great replace otherwise i dont think arsenal needs him with reyes and henry

think about the future..bergkamps time is nearly up..henry is getting older..i would prefer robinho to reyes..
Raulwillbeback2010-04-28 20:07:11 +0000 #5
we got him i ur face lol

Real Madrid have finally reached agreement with Santos over Robinho, ending any floundering hopes Arsenal had of landing the player.

For months, Real have been tracking the Brazilian starlet and they agreed terms with the player's representatives some months ago.

However, Santos had thus far refused all of Real's offers.

Arsenal made a move last week, but that has seemingly just spurred Real into sealing the move - although Robinho always underlined his intent to move to El Santiago Bernabeu.

Agreement was reached late on Friday at Santos president Marcelo Teixeira's house and Real will pay €25 million for Robinho - although Santos will only receive 60 percent of that, as the player's agent Wagner Ribeiro owns the rest of him.

The last straw for Santos was when Robinho failed to turn up for training on Friday, following his participation at The Confederations Cup in Germany.

Real's sporting director Emilio Butragueno was confirmed his delight at Robinho's impending arrival in the Spanish capital.

"Robinho has been the soccer sensation of the last year," he said.

"Although he is very young, his contribution to Real Madrid can be spectacular. Luxemburgo only took seconds in giving his opinion. Wanderley is enchanted by his arrival."

Madrid will now turn their attentions elsewhere, having already landed Robinho, plus two further South Americans in the shape of Carlos Diogo and Pablo Garcia.

One player still being strongly linked in England and Spain is Liverpool's Steven Gerrard.

It is claimed in both country's media that contract negotiations are not going well - with Spanish sources saying that Gerrard's huge demands are a tactic to engineer a move to Madrid.

It remains to be seen what will happen with Gerrard, but the longer talks ensure without progress - the more speculation about his future there will be.
Lance Knight2010-04-28 20:11:59 +0000 #6
hahahah arsenal really think they could gett him ,lol
Raulwillbeback2010-04-28 21:25:08 +0000 #7
lol what a bunch of noobs, arsenal fans are
dreamwh2010-04-28 22:03:40 +0000 #8
why destroy the career of a potentially great player??? let him play proper football.....

Arsenal will destroy his progress. English football destroys creativity....



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