The Transfer Window: Who Needs What? - Part One

In the first of a four-part series, Daniel Storey looks at the needs, hopes and desires of Arsenal, Aston Villa, Burnley, Chelsea and Crystal Palace in this window...

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damoceltic (Celtic) says...

I'm late to the party but why would Hummels swap Dortmund for Arsenal? Arsenal are a great club but they're not on Dortmund's level.

Posted 8:03pm 21st July 2014

MCFC87 (Manchester City) says...

I guess Jose's now bought his new Jaguar. I think they'll win the league with a top striker, which they may have. No excuses this year though, he's bought his new cars. It's going to be an interesting season. I'm expecting big things from Arsenal and Man U.

Posted 3:54pm 15th July 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

so what is the size of jose's horse this year? i'm sure he'd disagree but its rivalling the one with half the greek army inside as far as i'm concerned

Posted 1:40pm 15th July 2014

dr soccer (Arsenal) says...

Sanchez is probably Arsene's striker cover for Giroud. Wenger likes to have one player cover about 3 positions. This way when he's healthy, the squad is overflowing and when injured it's depleted. He also seems unwilling to buy a defensive midfielder who can defend. We really need another CB. Hummels would be perfect. And an old but still good GK.

Posted 8:04am 15th July 2014

slowgraffiti says...

Giroud was interviewed a few times last season and asked about another striker coming in, which he said he would welcome for the competition. Arsenal are in need of a goalkeeper - or two - since Szczesny is the only one on the roster.

Posted 12:03am 15th July 2014

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