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Arsenal Debate can confirm that Arsene Wenger has already dwelled into the transfer market prior to the season even ending since Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh has today all but confirmed he will be joining Arsenal in the summer. Why Arsenal refuses to publicise such moves is a mystery, yet considering both clubs had immediate commitments to their league and champion’s league campaigns seems to be the obvious answer.


 
 
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It’s being reported in numerous press agencies this morning that Gianluigi Buffon has given Arsenal a come and get me plea in the wake of his decision to play in the Premier League next season. The vastly experienced goalkeeper has become increasingly unsettled with his current club Juventus over the lack of structure and stability surrounding the club and therefore has requested a transfer.


 
 
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According to Spanish daily 'Sport', Barcelona president Joan Laporta has met with Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas in Morocco to negotiate a deal to bring him to the Nou Camp.

There has been constant speculation in the Spanish media over Fabregas' future and an impending move to home town club Barcelona. Fabregas has publicly stated his intention to stay at Arsenal Football Club.

 
 
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Good news Arsenal supporters, it appears our beloved club are planning a £9m summer raid to bring Manchester City keeper Joe Hart to the Emirates.

Arsene Wenger has finally noticed what most Arsenal fans having been saying for a while and is not happy with first choice keeper Manuel Almunia and the Spaniard’s erratic performances, and the acquisition of the young keeper will surely reap dividends in years to come.

 
 
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Arsenal Debate can exclusively reveal Arsenal are interested in signing experienced Roma centre half Philippe Mexes. Prior to the French international joining the Italian club Wenger had expressed sincere interest in the player’s services; however the classy defender opted to join Roma at the time with experienced Sol Campbell and Martin Keown dominating the Arsenal defence.