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Submitted by jak3y13oy 791d ago | news

Arsenal open formal talks with Barcelona to sign David Villa

Gunners' contract negotiator Dicky Law has been in Spain to negotiate a permanent transfer after the Catalan giants softened their stance on selling the striker this month (Arsenal, Barcelona, David Villa, English Premier League, Spanish Primera Division, Transfers)

jak3y13oy  +   792d ago
i'm sure that Arsenal deserve a player from Barca as they gave most of their players to them ;)
ScytheX3  +   791d ago
damn man, whats up with injurys f'ing up spanish player, torres, now villa, whos next casillas? (>_<)
GanjaMan  +   790d ago
barca are such cunts they poach fabragas and song and we let them have henry, hleb and overmars but they cant even return the favour and give us villa, wtf fuck barca cant wait till athletico win the la liga fucking cheats scum
ad4mb  +   790d ago
chill... thats how feeder clubs work

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