“Samir’s situation is clear for me – he stays”

Wenger has once again reiterated that he will not sell Cesc or Nasri,

“Samir’s situation is clear for me – he stays,”said Wenger.

“I’ve told you that we are in a position where we can say ‘No.’ And we will [in the case of Nasri].”

It was put to Wenger that keeping Nasri with no guarantee that he will sign a new contract represents a £20million gamble – the fee his suitors are reportedly prepared to pay.

“You are the same people who reproach me for not spending money and now you reproach me for wanting to spend it!” replied Wenger.

“It is in the interests of the Club,” he went on. “Imagine the worst situation – we lose Fabregas and Nasri – you cannot convince people you are ambitious after that.

“And even if you lose Nasri, to find the same quality player, you have to spend again the same amount of money. Because you cannot say that you lose the player and you do not replace him.

“I believe for us it is important that the message we give out – for example you see about Fabregas leaving, Nasri leaving – if you give that message out you cannot pretend you are a big club.

“Because a big club first of all holds onto its big players and gives a message out to all the other big clubs that they just cannot come in and take [players] away from you.

“We worked very hard with these players for years to develop them and now it’s time for us to keep them together.”

So should Arsenal keep Nasri and Fabregas, or should will sell them? Leave a comment below.

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15 thoughts on ““Samir’s situation is clear for me – he stays”

  1. i think its good for Arsenal to keep Nasri, but if Wenger is ready to spend, let him allow Fabregas to leave the club because his interests are nolonger at Arsenal

  2. D devil u know is better dan d angel u don’t know. If AW should sell fab or nas or both then he should replace dem with more quality which is gonna cost him. We’ll know dat he’s a scrooge. He’s nt gonna spend big. AW plz stop fooling gunners faithfuls.

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