Man United's Van Persie in line to be Arsenal Gunner Again

Ex-Gunner Robing Van PersieRobin van Persie spent 8 long years at Arsenal football club. Majority of his years were plagued with injuries but his last one was the best one for the gunners.
The Dutchman scored 30 league goals for the North London side and ensured them Champions League qualification single-handedly.
However, perhaps the Manchester United striker thought that he has become bigger than the club and decided to leave Arsenal.
Having joined Red Devils, Robin van Persie fulfilled his dream of lifting the premier league crown but things have changed after the departure of legendary Alex Ferguson.
New manager David Moyes has his own way of managing and training methods. RvP is not comfortable and has an uneasy relation with the boss to an extent that he might leave Old Trafford in the summer.
What is more surprising is that according to reports, the former Arsenal captain is linked with a move back to becoming a gunner again.
The English champions are no longer feared and are having a disaster of a season whereby they are tipped to finish the season outside top 4.
Reaching the twilight years of his career, surely RvP wants Champions League football but is there any chance that he can move back to Arsenal.
There is no doubt that Arsenal have missed a goalscorer like him as Giroud has not been able to replace the Dutch star. Moreover, they do need a striker as well, still will Wenger and especially the fans be willing to bring the man back whom they all think of as a traitor.
On the other hand, as far as Robin van Persie is concerned, will he be willing to take a massive pay cut to join Arsenal. Even if there is 1% chance that he will be a gunner again, surely there is no way he will earn 250k a week there.
The rumours are interesting as always but such a deal seems highly unlikely. We will have to wait and see next summer.
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  1. dany onye says:

    Is this a joke or something else?someone better say something. Why robin?

  1. February 7, 2014

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