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Submitted by no_more_heroes 670d ago | article

How Arsenal & Real Madrid outwitted Tottenham to seal Ozil deal

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With the Spanish giants frustrated at Spurs' delays on finalising the Gareth Bale transfer, they colluded with the Gunners to lay the foundation for the German's £40 million move. (Arsenal, English Premier League, Gareth Bale, Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid, Spanish Primera Division, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfers)

no_more_heroes  +   671d ago
Saw this comment in the link:

"Arsenal - Gervinho to Roma

Roma - Lamela to Spurs

Spurs - Bale to RM

RM - Ozil to Arsenal."

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
crazyturkey  +   671d ago
Lol theres no way in hell that Ozil would have landed in England without any media noticing.
windblowsagain  +   669d ago
Challenging for the title again ARSENAL.
Computersaysno  +   669d ago
One player makin ya title challengers huh? Dont think so somehow.

Arsenal finished 16 points behind the leaders last season, obv you need more than one new player

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