- Jun 27, 2012
Fair enough, it is opinion. That said, on what metrics do you disagree? Income, wages paid, transfer fees paid etc etc. I would argue, based on those, we are punching above our weight (and long may it continue).That's your opinion, not fact.
(And there's a fact, for you.)
For god's sake does this misery ever end roll on Wednesday
TBH - I think ‘we’ve’ always been willing to sell any player if the price was right, ( in this case £85+ and add ons!?) and the player wanting to go (in this case, publicly stating they wanted to leave)Have I missed something? Imo we've given out the opposite message than conceding we're ready to sell?!
The article is paywalled but I have read the full article in Times. It doesn't really say what the headline suggests, as in the club has said nothing. Jacob seems to be relying on this:Stop the press
Arsenal are weighing up increasing their offer for Moisés Caicedo to about £75 million. They have had two bids rejected, the second worth £65 million plus £5 million, by Brighton & Hove Albion, who claim that the 21-year-old Ecuador midfielder is not for salewww.thetimes.co.uk