After a victorious North London Derby the Gunners enter the last day of the transfer window in need of buying and selling players. Even for an Arsenal squad that is incredibly thin, certain players are not required and the boss does not look like he has much faith in them.
The Danish striker was on loan to Juventus last season where he managed to make 10 appearances without scoring any goals. Although he won the Serie A title, it is obvious why no club is interested in signing the over confident striker.
Newly promoted Premier League clubs Crystal Palace and Hull have shown interest but are largely being deterred due to the striker’s wages. Nonetheless, should he end up staying at the Emirates, Arsenal might end up needing him should they fail to sign any striker.
Park Chu Young
The South Korean’s transfer to Arsenal still remains a mystery after he was signed on the last day of the 2011 transfer window. He only made one league appearance for Arsenal and succeeded in scoring a goal in an overall total of 6 appearances.
He was loaned out to Celta Vigo last season but scored 4 goals in 25 appearances, suffice to say even if he does remain it looks unlikely that Wenger will use him. It has been reported that St. Etienne are interested in securing the services of the striker.
Although the winger is only 20, it appears that Wenger does not have much faith in him after putting the likes of Gideon Zelalem and Serge Gnabry on the bench against Tottenham at his expense.
Despite reports of him having recovered from recent injury, he looks too inexperienced for the Arsenal side this season especially if they are to challenge for the title. Perhaps another season on loan is required for the youngster to prove himself.
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