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Submitted by no_more_heroes 593d ago | rumor

Arsenal agree £8m Monreal fee but Amorebieta pursuit falls through

Goal.com:

The Gunners are hopeful of pushing through a deal for the 26-year-old Malaga full-back, but have been rejected by the Athletic Bilbao defender. (Arsenal, Athletic Bilbao, English Premier League, Málaga, Nacho Monreal Eraso, Spanish Primera Division, Transfers)

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RGB  +   593d ago
The laughable state that the Premier League is in! Pinching La Liga players in every transfer window... Need to I guess! hahaha Wouldn't be playing in the Champions League though!

Least Arsenal aren't Newcastle getting tons of unproven players from France that haven't shown anything on a major stage. Monreal has caps and shown his worth in Europe!

Isco to Chelsea in the summer apparently... Unreal!

Another reason the Prem is laughable! Milan pay £19m for Mario, QRP pay £12.5m for Samba... that's the problem with the Premier League these days! Absolutely crazy!

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