Wenger: Arsenal Almost Signed Ronaldo

Wenger: Arsenal Almost Signed Ronaldo

Arsenal fans aren't feeling too clever after Arsene Wenger's inability to strengthen his squad sufficiently this summer. What better thing to do, therefore, then tell them what they could have won? Wenger admitted that he came close to signing Cristiano Ronaldo and Didier Drogba. "My biggest regret: I was so close to signing Cristiano Ronaldo," he said, and on Drogba: "I knew there was a good player and I missed him." Well that'll help the mood...

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