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Dani Ceballos.

My man of the match today, and to be honest he has been my man of post-lockdown.
His performances have been lowkey very good. I know people will look at his goals and assists (how big was that goal against Sheffield United btw) but since Mikel Arteta has brought him into the XI he has played in a deeper role.

After spending most of the first half of the season in attacking roles or on the bench, it has been a key element of the Arteta reign. His partnership with Granit Xhaka is hardly something on paper Arsenal fans would have look forward to seeing. However, 11 wins, 2 draws and just 1 defeat proves it is an effective partnership.

While all eyes will be Auba signing, we would do well to make sure Ceba stays another season. Top performance

posted 2 days, 14 hours ago


Look forward to watching Atletico play it next season...


posted 2 days, 14 hours ago

5 s PAL

posted 2 days, 14 hours ago

Thanks PAL

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posted 2 days, 11 hours ago

Nutting the ground in delight after Auba's second
Wow can't believe he got away with nutting on the ground!

posted 2 days, 7 hours ago

A second loan might be a good option give us more money for other signings which we need I sell Sok & probably Holding or Chambers get in 1-2 CB’s to replace them (Sarr maybe)then get Partey and a creative midfielder

posted 1 day, 23 hours ago

Loaning him again just showcases him and wracks his price next summer up. This is JUST the sort of move where we need to be agressive.

He's 23-30 mil NOW. Another year in our 1st team and he'll cost at least 50. Forget the CHEAPSKATE FAFF. We got a right little player here and we can get him cheap. JUST BUY HIM!

posted 1 day, 23 hours ago

Got to start behaving like a competitive team in the transfer market, if we want to build a competitive team on the pitch. After all, would YOU want to sign for a club that doesn't really want to pay for you?

posted 1 day, 23 hours ago

Actually, another loan is another year off his contract. Making his price go down.
In many cases, a buying price is agreed when the loan contract is made anyway, so no matter how the season goes it makes no difference on the players cost to us.

posted 1 day, 22 hours ago

The discount due to a further year off his Real contract, can be wiped out by his shining high in the prem though. Less years yeah but now he looks worth 60 mil with one less year not the 30 with one less year.

If we can agree that price low price now, with another loan then ok. But I actually just honestly don't see the point, unless it's what he wants. Another loan is telling him we doubt him I think.

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