Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Robert Pires Backs Arsenal To Sign This Premier League Midfielder

Robert Pires Backs Arsenal To Sign This Premier League Midfielder

"Yeah, why not? Everybody knows Fellaini in the Premier League." the Arsenal legend told Sky Sports.

And it is the strength that Fellaini offers in the air that has peaked the interest of Unai Emery, with Fellaini offering an alternative midfield option to Arsenal's more technical stars. Liverpool and Manchester United, the country's two most successful clubs have, in particular - been quite active in the market whose combined total spending has already crossed the £100-million mark.

But I think he's a good player, if he wants to join Arsenal I think it would be good news.

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The Premier League published their released and retained lists on Friday, with United's indicating Fellaini still has an offer to stay at Old Trafford.

His decision to opt for China means United will have to expand their search for a versatile forward who can play on the right of a front three or offer creativity from a central role off the main striker.

Former Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires has backed the current Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini to be a success at the Emirates, saying that he will be a quality addition for Unai Emery's squad.

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In another low-key purchase, United have also made the acquisition of Portuguese left-back Diogo Dalot, the 19-year old full-back from the famous academy of FC Porto.

Apparently he's sticking to that though by attempting to make an incredible six signings in one summer transfer window, especially considering it's one that'll be shorter than usual and a World Cup one too.

Defender Victor Lindelof has insisted that he has had "a good year" during his first season with Manchester United.

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