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Premier league transfer news: Theo Walcott, Demba Ba, Wesley Sneijder

Written on:December 19, 2023
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Premier League football

Arsenal FC has retained British talent at the Emirates side

Premier league transfer news brings speculations about Arsenal’s retaining policies. In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners might be headed in the right direction as the club has retained most of the English talent for the coming seasons. Theo Walcott was reported to resume talks with Arsenal FC bosses over a possible renewal of contract after Wenger played him upfront.

Many Premier league teams have been tracking the status quo of Theo Walcott at the Emirates side. Arsene Wenger has hit gold in retaining British talent as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey and Kieran Gibbs have all agreed to sign new contracts. Jack Wilshere was also reported to sign a five-year deal.

In Chelsea transfer news, the Blues target, Demba Ba, has expressed his frustration towards the tactics of his present club, Newcastle United. The striker stated that the team lacked creativity on the football field. The Senegal player is Newcastle’s top scorer this season with 11 hits on target.

In other Chelsea news, Rafa Benitez has moved clouds of uncertainty over Frank Lampard’s exit from Stamford Bridge as he stated that he was unsure of Lampard’s future at the club. Chelsea FC is looking to part ways with the seniors for bringing in young talent for the revival of the Blues side.

In Manchester United transfer news, Sir Alex might now be free to bid on Wesley Sneijder as the mid-fielder was sent back home early by Inter Milan. The Dutch player has continuously rejected the new contract from Inter, which might have been the reason of him going to home early.

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