Fabregas replacement lined up already

WTTGT Writer: Simon Bourne (Site Editor)

In the news today:

The Independent report today that the domino effect that generally happens following a big money move is braced ready to begin falling into place when Fabregas does eventually sign for Barcelona next week.

The newspaper suggest that a move for Shakthar Donetsk’s Jádson could happen as soon as next week, quoting the midfield playmaker as saying: “If everything goes to plan, I’ll have some news for everyone at the start of next week. Hope it works out.”

Although not exactly like-for-like in realtion to Cesc Fabregas, the Brazilian is highly-rated and is said to be ‘the pick of the Brazilian bunch’.

Questions do remain however over Jádson’s age as at 27 years old, some people ask “where has he been for the last 10 years?”

To answer the question factually, he has been with Shakthar since signing from Brazilian side, Athletico Paranaense in 2005.

He made his international debut for Brazil in February against France and was a member of their recent Copa America tournament.

Is this the next big singing at Arsenal


7 Responses to Fabregas replacement lined up already

  1. August 12, 2011 at 1:16 pm #

    “Questions do remain however over Jádson's age as at 27 years old, some people ask “where has he been for the last 10 years?”
    I don't know much about this guy, and I'm not recommending him, but there have been tonnes of players over the years who have developed later in their careers. Valeron springs to mind, but there are tonnes of others.

  2. August 12, 2011 at 1:23 pm #

    27 going on 28 (October 5th)

    If this is the quality we're going for then heaven help us. 30-odd million for Cesc … who knows what for Nasri and, if true, we get Jedson in for 12 million euros.

    And remember we started with a transfer pot of anything between 30 and 50 million.

    Clichy out, Bendtner going, Denilson on loan, Eboue to wherever, JET etc … AND OUR TWO BEST PLAYERS OFF.

    And in comes Jenkinson for a million, Gervinho for 10, and AOC for 10-ish.

    So help me if we end up making a profit this transfer window I'm going to start visiting Le Grove again.

  3. Rochester August 12, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

    There isn't going to be any adequate replacement for Cesc. Not one who costs any kind of money anyway..

    Kroenke is cheap and Wenger is stubborn..not a very promising combination..

    If Arsenal wants to compete with Chelsea, City and Man U, they need an owner who cares about winning enough that he will spend some money. Kroenke is not that man. Say hello to mediocrity all you Gooners, because that's primarily what Kroenke's US teams feature..

  4. August 12, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

    I'd prefer Rodwell and Parker to come in with Song, Rambo and Jack get some steel in there with Cahill and Dann we'd then have theo and gibbs as an english contingent and I strongly believe a winning mentality would soon encapsulate the club.

  5. August 12, 2011 at 1:45 pm #

    Eboue out = Jenkinson In
    Nasri out = Gervinho In
    Bendtner Out = AOC In and Ryo In Lansbury In
    Denilson Out = Frimpong In
    Cesc Out = Juan Manta In and Jadson In
    We need & or 2 CB and it will be done

    This mean that we should recruit 2 midfielders and 1 CB and our transfer market will close.
    There's no issue if Arsenal make some benefits when selling their players, the most important thing is to replace them with quality player, no matter what is their price…

  6. Mudi August 12, 2011 at 2:12 pm #

    Why do we go for a player that is 1.68m??? Why don't we buy some strong players that have good technique. I mean, if you can buy Gago for les than £10m why does Wenger not go for this player. If Wenger thinks it's to risky because his injury's, he should first loan him with an option to buy. Gago plays faster than Song. He loves to play one time football and Gago-Wilshere on the midfield would a good addition.

    We also need a leader in the midfield. Lucho Gonzalez or Scott Parker would be a good addition.

    But Jadson would not solve the problem.

  7. August 12, 2011 at 2:14 pm #

    A player who is hunger to shoot like him is a good addition to the squad but certainly will not be Fabregas replacement.

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