Arsenal To Spend Big- But it’s for another youngster


Lille have revealed that they are ready to sell their much sought after winger, Eden Hazard, under one small condition-that they want him back on loan for one more season.

Arsenal and Chelsea are on alert for young and talented winger, Eden Hazard, for a potential transfer deal in the summer transfer window after Lille revealed they are ready to sell – as long as he is loaned straight back to them for the whole of next season.

The chances of him leaving this summer appeared to narrow in March when he signed a contract extension with French club Lille until 2015. But Lille may be prepared to sell the 20-year-old winger at the end of this season if he is given the green light to spend next season on loan with them.

Lille want the diminutive winger back in their team because he has been instrumental in Lille’s rise to being currently top of the Ligue 1 and want him to help in their Champions League campaign next year.

Lille are demanding €20m (£17.6m) for their prized asset and it seems that the Gunners are willing to pay the asking price although the fear may be that Chelsea’s interest may result in a bidding war that Wenger will not want to get involved in.

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2 Comments

by | April 8, 2011 · 8:46 pm

2 responses to “Arsenal To Spend Big- But it’s for another youngster

  1. Bayor

    We dont need him if is going to go back on loan for a season in his current club, why do we want to buy him then. Leave him and lets go for another good player.

  2. geraldine price

    we need to buy this player becuz he is goin top b as gud as ronaldo and we cannot afford to let chelsea or anyone else snap him up, even if we hav to wait a season, at least he will b playin in the champions lge

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