AFC Transfer News: Mathieu Debuchy & Alexis Sanchez In, Loic Remy Next?

Arsenal fans are certainly in for a treat this summer,as the club who has already agreed deals that would bring Mathieu Debuchy and Alexis Sanchez to north London, with Debuchy having undergone a successful medical and their announcements being delayed till after the world cup, is set to bring yet another player to the Emirates stadium.

According to reports, Arsenal have contacted Queens Park Rangers for the availability of Loic Remy with both clubs ready to discuss since QPR are ready to offload him in order to raise funds and Arsenal eager to fill the void left by the departure of Park Chu young and Bendtner.

The 27-year-old who is keen to join the Gunners in search of Champion’s league experience has always been targeted by Arsene Wenger and was reported to have almost joined the club during the January transfer window to aid the tired legs of lone forward – Olivier Giroud, however you know the rest of the story.

The player is not new to the Emirates as he came down to North London last season to watch the home victory against West Brom in may.

The pacy forward who can also play as an attacking midfielder scored 14 league goals and laid 3 assists in 26 appearances while on loan with Newcastle last season.

He would proof to be a good addition if he eventually commits his future here because he has all the qualities of a striker which arsenal needs;he loves taking long distant shots and definitely not one to shy away from goal as he is excellently clinical in front of goal with some foot work in the mix.

However he could be indisciplined at times and has the tendency to collect needless bookings, which is an area Wenger could work on.

Dont be surprised if the number of Arsenal’s offsides rise meteorically,it’s down to his eagerness to score goals and with him at the club, goals will rain.

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