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Submitted by no_more_heroes 919d ago | news

Wenger coy on David Villa link but rules out move for Demba Ba

Goal.com:

With the Senegal international coming up against Arsenal on Saturday, the Frenchman has denied any claims that the striker will be heading for the Emirates. (Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Barcelona, David Villa, Demba Ba, English Premier League, Newcastle United, Spanish Primera Division, Transfers)

crazyturkey  +   919d ago
I have some issues with both of them. With Villa if its a loan is fine, but if its a purchase he is only a two years signing at most, because of his age.
I prefer Ba. he is younger and decent, however I've heard that he has a bad knee that can give up at anytime, and we all know we don't need more injury prone players. So if his knee problems are false then I would welcome him.
KazumaKiryu  +   918d ago
Yep you're right, he has a degenerative knee condition.

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