Arsenal and Barcelona Set To Do Business yet Again For Defender Target.

Thomas Vermaelen is yet to resume training at Arsenal due to his
extended holiday as a result of his involvement at the 2014 World cup.
However, his future at the club still remains a doubt and in his
hands.

The Belgium international who descended the pecking order of the
club’s centre-backs, behind Laurent Koscienly and Per Mertesacker has
not found it funny at the bench as he  started just 7 league games and
made 7 substitute appearances, with most of those around the 85th
minute mark.

This has left him unhappy. Nevertheless, it must be said that he was
the architect of his woes since he made several mistakes which
directly led to goals(penalty, free kicks) and Wenger had no choice
but to play the other pair who had formed a bond like that of
‘Siamese twins’.

That said, rumours have been circulating of his impending departure
out of the Emirates. However, he has said nothing to douse them which
has left the fans agog on the next line of action of their captain .

He was recently pictured gallivanting in a beach with Robin Van Persie
and reports of him joining Manchester United ensued. However recent
reports have it that Barcelona (in their usual fashion) are ready to
buy him.

If this report is anything to go by, that means a transfer war is
going to take place and Arsenal would have to sell him to the highest
bidder.

I think if Arsenal is to sell him, it better be to a club not in the
English Premier League as we the fans can’t stand the sight of seeing
another ex player hit and kiss the badge of another title rival.

Talking of kissing the badge, i saw Fabregas kiss the Chelsea badge
with so much passion after his free kick goal against Vitesse Arnhem.
He has now kissed 3 badges in his career. Did I just hear someone say
‘Mercenary’?

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