It FORGETS THE OFFER OF THE ARSENAL BY LEMAR
Wenger criticises the signing of Ousmane Dembélé by the Barça!
Published:6/09/2017 - 15:21h
Updated:6/09/2017 - 15:22h
Trapped by a bad start of the Arsenal and a lot of criticisms by his fault of hook in the market of signings, Arsène Wenger has gone back to throw balloons went in an interview. The French has reproached to the Barça the cost of the signing of Ousmane Dembélé
The summer 2017 has been a clear sample that the market of signings has exploded, and that the inflation looms with converting the football in a business that will dominate some rich recently arrived. They have not been few those that have criticised this situation, and now Arsène Wenger has commented his point of view... Launching him a stick to the Barça.
The trainer of the Arsenal has conceded an interview to beIN Sports in which it ensures that "the value of the traspasos is entirely desconectado of the reality and of the truth", something that seen the seen, has all the sense.
But the French has gone on, and in his argumentation has accused to the Barça. "Can put him an example. It does not matter the very that it can work a trainer of football, does not matter the very that you can work you with a player in the field, is clear that your can not do that a player happen of 15 to 150 million euros", has aimed, doing reference to the traspaso of Ousmane Dembélé.
Although Arsène Wenger has part of reason in his speech on the market, makes a mistake of white to the hour of focalizar his criticisms. The Frenchman has obviado the context in which it found the Barça, needed of reinforcements after the tremenda absence of Neymar and 'lastrado' by the resonant 222 million euros in his box.
Besides, another of the 'distractions' of the preparador 'gunner' does reference to his own team, and is that it was he same the one who recognised that the Arsenal had arrived to an agreement with the Monaco for the signing of Thomas Lemar, by which was had to pay 100 million euros before the 'no' of the player. It does a year, the footballer cost hardly 4...