DONE – Midfielder Finally ACCEPTS Arsenal Transfer

Sami Khedira Real MadridArsenal fans will be delighted with the latest transfer news as German international Sami Khedira has finally accepted a deal to move to Arsenal.
The Kaiser has been looking to leave Real Madrid since summer and with his contract expiring at the end of this season, even the Spanish giants want him out to get some cash in January.
Arsenal and Chelsea were the ones eager to secure his signature but Blues already have Matic while Arsenal lack a strong DM.
On the other hand, the group of German players at Arsenal was always going to be an attraction for Khedira. Not to forget, his former Real Madrid team mate Ozil also plays for the Gunners and Sami will love to join him.
In all that, the only problem Arsenal were facing was Khedira’s high wage demands and the player was reluctant to lower them.
However, according to reports in Spain, the World Cup winner has finally accepted a deal with Arsenal by lowering his demands of salary.
Khedira capture will arguably be the biggest signing for the gunners this season as that is one player they badly needed to fill the defensive mid position. A major bargain as well.
Arsenal’s back four had no real support from Arteta or Flamini playing in front of them and Sami will surely solve that dilemma and complete the set.
If Arsenal are in a decent position, not far behind in the title race come January then with Khedira signing, they might have brilliant chance of winning the league.
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  1. J Emmanuel Tokao says:

    The inclusion of Sami in the Arsenal squad will be a very big boost to the team. Hope all is now set for the German to be reunited with Ozil

  2. lango says:

    we shall wait to see it happening

  3. alfie gooner'smad says:

    is it not a big risk to sign another injury prone player? i thought we already had more than our fair share of injury prone players who seem to spend more time on the treatment table than on the pitch.Could we not sign someone who will be able to stay fit and actually play and earn his wages?

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