Walcott Is Arsenal's Joint-Highest Earner

Walcott Is Arsenal's Joint-Highest Earner

Well, Sign Da Ting 2 was a far shorter saga than the first instalment. Theo Walcott has signed a new four-year contract at Arsenal, a contract which will make him the joint-highest earner at the club alongside Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. That seems extraordinary considering his comparative output. Santi Cazorla has also signed a new two-year deal, with Arsene Wenger happy with the stability of his squad. Now a title bid is needed...

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ou can't blame De Gea for wanting to leave, he has enough to do in front of goal as it is as well as taking on the role of Man Utd's version of Derek Acorah in trying to contact and organise a defence that isn't there.

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Van Gaal downbeat on De Gea

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f you want to take six points off Arsenal, then that's a great strike force. Can't imagine either of them showing much for the rest of the season though...

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ooks like Real get their man, most likely at their own valuation, yet again. Resistance is futile.

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