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Britain`s Most Wanted?

The news, emanating from London, relating to Robin Van Persie not being willing to sign another contract, at Arsenal, once his present one runs out, in a years time, could result in a transfer chase like no other.

Although Arsenal have chided that they will not sell Van Persie and will make him serve out his contract, common sense suggests that they`ll relent and take a big fat cheque for the services of the Dutch striker who topped the Premier League scoring charts last season.

If that is the case, then there`ll be no shortage of takers with Van Persie being able to more-or-less take his pick regarding his destination.

Although by no means guaranteed, if Van Persie was to remain in the Premier League, there are, realistically, only three likely destinations or clubs willing to take on his financial demands, namely, Chelsea, Manchester City and United.

Where he`d end up is your guess, although common sense tells me that if it is money driven then City would start as favourites.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 5 2012

Time: 4:56PM

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Not a chance he will move to us. I'd be shocked if he remains in England and out of respect for Arsenal I reckon he'll move abroad. Where he'll go I don't know as I can't imagine him in anything other than an arsenal kit. He wouldn't have a place at the club to be honest, the position he likes to operate in is where Rooney plays and no matter how good, or when fit, arguably better he is he's not going to displace Rooney. Too much risk involved also, the fellas only had 1 full season out of 8, he's injury prone and there's no guarantee he'll be able to recreate last seasons form and performances not to mention Arsene won't deal with us, he'd sooner see his club act as City's feeder club than sell to us.
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