Arsenal (Wenger) Reluctant Players Shopping in January

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


London - Arsene Wenger's high trust overwhelmed with the performance squad. So Arsenal manager had no intention of spending the players in the winter transfer window because his team considered to have qualified.

Arsenal's performance was not completely stable. Apart from inconsistent performances in the Champions League, the Gunners still prove that they can compete in the race for the Premiership champions.

Now Cesc Fabregas et al. are in the order of the standings with three points 29. The same value that belongs to Chelsea and just two points adrift of Manchester United are entrenched in the top spot.

Arsenal are also likely to end the fasting trophy after the Carling Cup semi-final advanced to beat Wigan Athletic 2-0 after dawn earlier. Kans forces of North London rivals just wide open considering the level clubs below them.

When asked about the planned purchase of players in January, Wenger brushed it off. He admitted his players now is sufficient. Besides, a number of Arsenal players are still injured and will return soon.

"We replace nine players and still without Abou Diaby, Thomas Vermaelen, Manuel Almunia and Sebastian Squillaci who is still injured," said The Professor told The Sun.

"And that's irrespective of the players are rested and then we also still have Aaron Ramsey a comeback as soon as possible. I do not know (if you buy more players) would be placed where they all.

"We've got players who fantasis, international players who have not played enough.'s Squad that belongs to us as good as Chelesa and Manchester United and that's what we want to show in the second half of competition," said Wenger.

Actually, Wenger could easily obtain a license to carry purchases players. Arsenal get a big profit worth 56 million pounds this year.

"My policy is clear to the squad that already exist, we would not exist in the transfer market," said French architect it.

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