Premier league news Arsenal transfer rumours as Gunners linked with Bayern Munich's Angelo Stiller Last spor news
MetiNews.Com - Bayern Munich midfielder Angelo Stiller is reportedly considering his future amid interest from a number of clubs in Germany and England, with Arsenal among those linked with the teenager
Breaking News ! The transfer window may be closed, but attention has swiftly turned to January and the Arsenal rumour mill is in full swing. The Gunners worked well before the October 5 deadline, with Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes and Willian among 12 players to join Mikel Arteta's ranks. And the Arsenal boss will look to make plenty more additions over the next two transfer windows as he continues his transformation project at the Emirates Stadium. With that in mind, here is the latest transfer talk doing the rounds relating to the Gunners. Bayern starlet considering future Arsenal have been linked with Bayern Munich teenager Angelo Stiller in the past, and reports in Germany claim the midfielder is considering leaving the Allianz Arena. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now The 19-year-old made his debut for the Bayern first team this week in the DFB Pokal and has been a standout player in the club's youth sides and B-team. But, with his contract up next summer, Sport1, via The Mirror, reports Stiller is contemplating moving elsewhere. Arsenal have been named on possible destination, with Arteta watching Stiller previously. Wolves, Werder Bremen, Stuttgart and Union Berlin have also been linked with the player. Arsenal hero makes Thomas Partey claim The Gunners have lacked a true midfield general since the departure of Patrick Vieira more than a decade ago, but Arsenal hero Ray Parlour believes they have finally found the Frenchman's successor in Thomas Partey. The 27-year-old joined from Atletico Madrid on deadline day and made his Arsenal debut as a late sub in the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday. Parlour, who played alongside Arsenal legend Vieira in Arsene Wenger's midfield for several years, is expecting big things from the Ghanaian. (Image: David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) “I’ve seen him play quite a few times for Atletico and he’s very effective. I’m really looking forward to see how he copes in the Premier League as well," Parlour told talkSPORT. "Hopefully he’s going to play a major part if there is any success moving forward for Arsenal, trying to get in that top four. "I think Arteta highlighted him early and said he’s the sort of player we need in that midfield area, because they are a bit lightweight at times in central midfield. "I know it’s very difficult to get a replacement for Patrick Vieira, but they’ve not really got someone like him and I think Partey could be close to being as good as Patrick." Read More Related Articles Bukayo Saka praised after Man City loss as Arsenal fans react to Willian's surprise role Read More Related Articles Micah Richards names the difference between Arsenal and Man City as he makes top-four prediction Wenger reveals Pope's influence on Welbeck transfer Arsene Wenger has been doing the rounds in the past week, promoting his new book, and in an interview on the Ornstein and Chapman Podcast he recalled a bizarre tale from when he signed Danny Welbeck.
. At a pivotal moment in negotiations, Wenger was in Rome to meet Pope Francis ahead of a charity match, and he has revealed he was busy on the phone trying to get the deal over the line while in the queue to meet the head of the Catholic Church. "At the airport I was told he was signing for Tottenham and I managed to intercept him," Wenger recalled "It was a funny story because I was negotiating all day. "We had Ivan Gazidis and Dick Law to negotiate and they called me up and I had the agent on the phone.
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"And I told him, 'look, I have to hang up because I'm in front of the Pope'. "He said to me, 'what?' I said, "yes" because we were queuing to have a photo with the Pope in a private audience, and I was at the back of the queue because I had to talk and negotiate. "I arrived in front of the Pope and I had to say, 'look, that's not possible any more. I will meet the Pope now'. "And we still signed him."
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