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01-23-2005, 05:47 AM
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01-23-2005, 05:49 AM
Feyenoord have snapped up former Blackburn Rovers target Alexander Ostlund from Hammarby.
The Sweden international had caught the eye of Rovers boss Mark Hughes in November and there were rumours the Premiership club would make an offer for the right back.
But Hughes has opted not to pursue his interest and that has enabled Feyenoord to nip in and sign Ostlund.
The defender has penned a four-and-a-half year contract at De Kuip and his arrival in Rotterdam ends Feyenoord's protracted search for a new stopper.
The Dutch giants had failed with bids for Juventus' Igor Tudor, Liverpool's Stephane Henchoz and Romania international Cosmin Contra, who is on loan at West Brom from Atletico Madrid.
With Song Chong-gug leaving De Kuip to return to South Korea, Feyenoord had been anxious to fill the void and have settled on Ostlund.
In addition to Ostlund's capture, Feyenoord have also brought forward the signing of Nicky Hofs from Vitesse Arnhem.
Hofs had signed a pre-contract with Feyenoord to join Ruud Gullit's side in the summer when he would have been available on a Bosman.
But, following Thomas Buffel's sale to Rangers, Gullit has agreed to pay a nominal amount to Vitesse to land the midfielder now.
01-23-2005, 05:50 AM
Colin Cramb has returned north of the border to re-sign for Scottish First Division side Hamilton Academical.
The 30-year-old's return to Lanarkshire brings his career full circle after he started as an Accies trainee before heading to English Premiership side Southampton in the summer of 1993.
Cramb then had spells at several clubs in England and Scotland, as well as two seasons in Holland with Fortuna Sittard.
The striker spent last season with Shrewsbury Town in The Conference before heading to League Two side Grimsby Town back in September.
He was released late last month and despite receiving offers from Denmark, England and a club in the Scottish Premier League, Cramb has opted to play his football at New Douglas Park
01-23-2005, 05:51 AM
Rochdale winger Patrick McCourt has joined Eircom League club Shamrock Rovers on a free transfer.
The former Spotland trainee has been on the transfer list since September and was linked with a move to League Two rivals Macclesfield Town.
The Northern Ireland Under-21 international had a trial with Terry Butcher's Motherwell in Scotland last month, but the player has agreed to join former Carlisle United boss Roddy Collins at the Dublin-based club ahead of the new Eircom League season in March.
McCourt was disappointed to see his time at Dale come to an end, but stressed the need to be playing first team football was crucial for him at this stage.
"I'm really, really disappointed to be leaving, but perhaps now is the time," McCourt told the club's official website.
"I have enjoyed some brilliant times as a Rochdale player, but I've had a good offer back in Ireland from Shamrock Rovers and it represents an excellent opportunity for me.
"What I need is first team football and hopefully this is something Shamrock can offer.
"I will always have Rochdale in my blood and I'll continue to look out for how they are doing and you never know, I might return one day."
01-23-2005, 05:52 AM
Feyenoord striker Eby Smolarek has completed a loan move to Borussia Dortmund until the end of the season.
The 24-year-old had been targeted by former Feyenoord coach Bert van Marwijk to replace long-term injury victim Ewerthon as the former UEFA Champions League winners attempt to stave off the threat of Bundesliga relegation this spring.
According to Dortmund, no fee has been paid for the Poland international although the Schwarz-Gelben have agreed to take over part of Smolarek's salary at Feyenoord.
"It wasn't a question of the money but the fact that Smolarek will gain vital match practice at the highest level," said Feyenoord sport director Mark Wotte.
Smolarek, who has not been a first choice player for coach Ruud Gullit this season, only recently signed a contract extension with the Dutch outfit keeping him at De Kuip until 2008.
01-23-2005, 05:53 AM
Fulham manager Chris Coleman expects to tie up the signing of Manchester City defender Ben Thatcher this week.
The Wales international is heading for Craven Cottage after a deal was agreed between the two clubs.
"We bought Carlos Bocanegra as a centre back and he's done a good job at left back," explained Coleman.
"But, if he gets injured, we have young Adam Green as cover, but he's too inexperienced to be given a run of games, while Jerome Bonnissel is injured.
"We may need cover in that area and Ben Thatcher fits the bill.
"We all know the way Ben is. He is not afraid to upset people; his own team-mates as much as the opposition's.
"He's an aggressive defender who has a good presence.
"The deal has been done with Manchester City. I had a good chat with Kevin Keegan last week. Now we just have to iron a few things out with Ben's contract.
"If we do that, he'll be joining Fulham for an undisclosed fee."
Coleman has also expressed his delight that Edwin van der Sar is signing a new contract with The Cottagers.
"I'm delighted, of course, and it should be done today or tomorrow," he told Sky Sports News.
"It's great news for me, the club and the supporters as he's been a great servant and you can see from his performance on Sunday [against West Brom] how important he is to us.
"We've got Edwin and Mark Crossley; two quality keepers and that big boost comes really at the right time for the club.
"He wanted to be certain he was doing the best thing for him, his wife and his family. They are settled in London, they like it here and we convinced Edwin that Fulham was the right club for him so we're very confident he'll be signing a new contract.
"I wouldn't have given him the armband [on Sunday] if his heart wasn't in it. You can see he still loves being at the club, he still wants us to go forward and that's why, hopefully, he's going to pledge his future.
"It's great news for the club and the fans. January has started very well and we need to carry that through."
01-23-2005, 05:53 AM
Sheffield Wednesday have parted company with striker Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu.
The 22-year-old has agreed a mutual termination with the club and is now looking at his options.
The Congolese hit-man has not started for The Owls since early December and he does not feature in manager Paul Sturrock's long-term plans.
The player's agent has now confirmed that he is looking at other clubs, but would like to stay in England.
"There are clubs in England who are interested," Gregory Dakad of Pro Concept told skysports.com.
"There is also a club in Holland who like him, but we will have to see what happens."
Earlier this season the striker spent over a month on loan at Championship side Preston.
Meanwhile, midfielder Craig Armstrong has followed the young striker out of the exit door after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.
01-23-2005, 05:54 AM
Cardiff City have extended the loan of midfielder Junichi Inamoto from West Bromwich Albion.
The Japanese international initially joined the South Wales club just before Christmas after falling out of favour at The Hawthorns.
The former Arsenal and Fulham player had only just recovered from a broken leg he sustained in the summer by the time he made the loan switch to Ninian Park.
Inamoto's time with The Bluebirds has proven to be successful enough to allow manager Lennie Lawrence to extend his stay with the Championship strugglers.
The midfielder will be subject to a recall clause, should Bryan Robson's side need the Far East star's services over the next four weeks.
"We've extended Inamoto's loan period for another month, though West Bromwich could recall the player at any given time," Lawrence told the South Wales Echo.
"We're hopeful we can agree to take the player for a third month, but we'll have to see as the situation develops."
Meanwhile, Lawrence has insisted that centre back Danny Gabbidon will not be leaving during this month's transfer window.
The Wales international has attracted interest of clubs in The Premiership, but Lawrence made it clear Gabbidon is a big part of Cardiff's future.
"Gabbs won't be leaving in the January window. I hope he doesn't leave at all," Lawrence added.
"Gabbs is part of the foundations here.
"He has been outstanding in our recent games, so the speculation is clearly not affecting him. I think he'll be with us for a while yet."
01-23-2005, 05:56 AM
Nicola Legrottaglie has officially become a Bologna player on a six-month loan deal from Juventus.
The deal, agreed on Tuesday, sees the stopper end his disappointing spell with the Bianconeri but remain in Serie A.
Legrottaglie had been linked with a move to The Premiership, with Aston Villa, Southampton and West Bromwich Albion all registering an interest, but the player is keen to prove himself in his home country after an indifferent spell with Fabio Capello's Juve.
Bologna boss Carlo Mazzone expressed his happiness at sealing the move, and explained how the deal will benefit both parties.
"We signed Legrottaglie not to change our defence, but because he's a good player, with good technique and heading ability," said Mazzone.
"I took a gamble on him as it's useful for both of us for him to come back to form after a not so sparkling season.
"He arrives full of enthusiasm and preferred Bologna to other opportunities."
01-23-2005, 05:57 AM
Rangers have confirmed the departure of Italian Paolo Vanoli.
The 32-year-old had six months left on his contract at Ibrox, but he has now opted for a move back to Italy.
Vanoli has wasted little time in sorting his future out having already agreed a two-and-half year deal with Serie B outfit Vicenza.
The former Italian international moved to Rangers last summer from Parma, but on-loan French defender Gregory Vignal has been preferred at left back by Gers boss Alex McLeish.
01-23-2005, 05:57 AM
Shortly after announcing that Alberto Gilardino would not be leaving the club in January, Parma confirmed the capture of Fabio Vignaroli.
The 28-year-old has joined for six months and will see out the season at Stadio Ennio Tardini.
The striker will be included in Pietro Carmignani's Parma squad that tackle Messina this weekend.
The Gialloblu were keen to bolster their strike force following Massimo Maccarone's exit to Siena.
Vignaroli will surely use the second half of the season to impress at Parma in an attempt to secure a permanent move in the summer.
01-23-2005, 05:58 AM
Mark Schwarzer has handed Middlesbrough a huge boost by agreeing to a new three-year contract.
The Australian international is Boro's longest serving player, but his future had been in major doubt after talks stalled over a new contract.
The 32-year-old had been strongly linked with Manchester United and Liverpool, and a Bosman transfer look likely in the summer.
However, renewed talks between the two parties have seen a compromise reached and Boro have now secured Schwarzer until 2008.
"I have agreed a new three-year contract with Middlesbrough Football Club, which will keep me at the Riverside until the summer of 2008," he told his own website.
"There has been a lot of speculation recently about whether I would stay on Teesside, with the possibility that I could transfer or sign a pre-contract with another club, but I can confirm that I will be staying in the North East beyond this summer.
"I've had eight great seasons at the club, including a League Cup winner's medal last February, and now a good run in the Uefa Cup.
"The club has come a long way since I signed from Bradford City in February 1997, and this is our best ever season in the league, currently in sixth place having played nearly two-thirds of the season.
"The club has shown that it is ambitious and I want to continue to be a part of that."
Manager Steve McClaren was very happy to have sealed the deal.
"I'm naturally delighted Schwarz has agreed a new contract to stay with the club for another three years," said McClaren.
"It's great news because it means we know we have a first class goalkeeper in place for the next few seasons.
"Schwarz is one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League and beyond, and I have always made it clear that we wanted to keep him here.
"You can't underestimate how important it is to have a top quality goalkeeper in your side, who you know you can rely on.
"Schwarz has already had eight years with Boro and this new deal means he should now pass a decade here. Spending so long at one club is rare in modern football and is great credit to the player and the club."
01-23-2005, 05:58 AM
HJK Helsinki defender Jukka Santala has penned a two-year contract with Rangers.
Santala trained with the Scottish giants in November and now it can be confirmed that Alex McLeish has handed him a permanent deal.
The 19-year-old central defender actually signed at the beginning of January, but as the deal has only been confirmed now.
"I spent three weeks on trial there and signed the contract on the 1st of January," Santala revealed to IS Urheilu.
"I have been living in a hotel, but now I'm getting my own apartment."
Santala may not be the only centre half to arrive at Ibrox this month, as Greek star Sotiris Kyrgiakos is in talks over a move to Glasgow.
Meanwhile, Rangers have handed a trial to Lebanon captain Faisal Antar.
The brother of Freiburg's Roda - currently plays for Olympic Beirut and he is due to spend the next week with Rangers.
01-23-2005, 05:59 AM
Bradford City have agreed to sign midfielder Craig Armstrong on a free transfer from Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday.
The 29-year-old joins Colin Todd's side until the end of the season - with an option to extend his stay with The Bantams for another year beyond the summer.
The former Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield Town player arrives at Valley Parade after terminating his contract at Hillsborough by mutual consent on Tuesday.
The midfielder has not played in Wednesday's first team since last February and was subsequently transfer-listed by former boss Chris Turner in the summer.
The arrival of current Owls boss Paul Sturrock made little change to his fortunes at the club after the Scot told him he was surplus to requirements back in November.
Meanwhile, one player to leave Bradford is teenage centre back Sam Denton, who has joined non-league Guiseley on loan in order to get more first team experience.
01-23-2005, 05:59 AM
Northampton Town have completed the signing of striker Trevor Benjamin on a free transfer from Leicester City.
The move comes as the former Cambridge United hit-man came to a mutual agreement over the termination of his Foxes contract on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old has signed on for the rest of the season with The Cobblers, having initially joined the League Two club on loan on New Year's Eve.
The deal brings an end to Benjamin's four-and-a-half year spell with Leicester, where he struggled to hold down a regular first team place since his £1.5 million move in the summer of 2000.
In the past two seasons, Benjamin has spent time on loan with Crystal Palace, Gillingham, Rushden & Diamonds and Brighton & Hove Albion before completing his move to The Sixfields Stadium this week.
With Northampton pushing for promotion in League Two, the deal to secure the big striker's services will come as a boost to manager Colin Calderwood.
01-23-2005, 06:00 AM
Skysports.com understands that Colchester United will seal the signing of Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu on Thursday morning.
The 21-year-old Congo-born striker will ink a one-month deal with the League One outfit having surprisingly been released by Sheffield Wednesday.
Ndumbu-Nsungu had a favourable goal record at Hillsborough but is now to continue his career with Phil Parkinson's side at Layer Road.
Several other clubs are interested in landing the player's signature on a permanent basis and are believed to be monitoring Ndumbu-Nsungu's progress over the next month.
Colchester have a busy fixture period coming up and with games against several of the division's top sides, the pacey striker will have ample opportunity to impress.
Earlier in the season, Ndumbu-Nsungu had a spell on loan at Preston but is now to rejuvenate his career with a move south.
01-23-2005, 06:00 AM
Blackburn Rovers have completed the capture of Robbie Savage from Birmingham City.
The Wales international has joined the Ewood Park outfit on a three-and-a-half year deal.
Savage, who will be unveiled to the media on Friday, could make his Rovers debut against Bolton on Monday, live on Sky Sports 1.
Rovers saw two bids rejected by Blues for the midfielder's services before the St Andrews outfit finally accepted an improved offer for the 30-year-old.
Birmingham were reluctant to allow Savage to leave, but were forced to concede his future lay elsewhere after he revealed he wanted to be nearer his family in Wrexham.
Blackburn are understood to have paid around £3 million for Savage's services.
Meanwhile, Rovers midfielder Barry Ferguson has been warned about his future conduct by The FA.
The Scotland international ace was involved in a bust up with Crystal Palace's Fitz Hall last month at Selhurst Park.
01-23-2005, 06:01 AM
St Etienne have completed the signing of Lamine Sakho from Marseille.
The Senegalese forward has struggled for form since picking up a knee injury during a loan spell at Leeds last term, with his opportunities at Stade Velodrome severely limited this season.
L'OM gave permission for the 27-year-old to find a new club, and Les Verts stepped in to hand him a contract on Wednesday.
Sakho has moved on for an undisclosed fee and Marseille chief Pape Diouf feels the switch could breathe new life into the forward's career.
"He is a player of quality, but he has struggled with injuries which have halted his progress," Diouf told l'OM's official website.
"He has not been able to play for us, but has expressed a strong desire to play again. St Etienne appeared and a deal was struck today."
Sakho had been linked with a move to Manchester City, but he has opted to remain in Ligue 1.
01-25-2005, 05:27 AM
Jatto Ceesay has answered Willem II's plea for a new forward by signing a contract until the end of the season.
The Tilburgers were left scrambling around for a new striker following James Quinn's move to Sheffield Wednesday.
Belgian forward Christophe Lepoint has been brought in to the club on trial, but the need for a new forward has been eased following Ceesay's decision to sign a six-month contract.
The 30-year-old is no stranger to life at Willem II, having spent eight seasons at the club between 1995 and 2003.
Ceesay was lured to Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal in 2003, but he is now keen on another crack at life in De Eredivisie and will look to fill the void left by Quinn's departure and the injury to Anouar Hadouir
01-25-2005, 05:29 AM
Bury have made another loan signing with the acquisition of Blackburn Rovers defender John Fitzgerald.
The Republic of Ireland youth international played for his country at the last World Youth Championships in the United Arab Emirates in December 2003 and he arrives at Gigg Lane after striker Andrew Keogh joined on loan from Leeds United.
Despite winning youth international honours, the 21-year-old has struggled to break into Blackburn's first team, so the youngster has decided to take a month-long spell with The Shakers.
Fitzgerald will be available for Saturday's match against Northampton Town and Shakers boss Graham Barrow was pleased to add another new face to his squad.
"He has experience of international football with the Irish Under-21 side, playing six games and scoring four goals, which is always a plus for a defender," Barrow told the club's official website.
"We seem to be using the Irish connection a lot these days and you have to say that these Irish lads have a fantastic spirit about them.
"We've spoken to a few players over the last few days, but these Irish lads seem to relish coming to a club like us and I know he is looking forward to getting the first game out of the way
01-25-2005, 05:30 AM
Liverpool look to have won the race to sign Leeds' promising young goalkeeper Scott Carson.
The Reds had been battling it out with big-spending Chelsea for the talented 19-year-old, but Rafa Benitez's side have now edged ahead in the race for his signature.
Carson thinks he will have a better chance of more regular action at Anfield, and is due to undergo a medical on Merseyside on Thursday.
"We have agreed terms with Leeds for Scott Carson," Reds spokesman Ian Cotton told the club website.
"He will come to Liverpool today for a medical and to discuss personal terms."
A deal worth an initial £750,000, rising up to £1 million, has been agreed with cash-strapped Leeds, with Carson's current deal due to expire at the end of the season.
Carson is expected to pen a four-and-a-half-year deal at Anfield, where he will provide some competition for the number one jersey.
Jerzy Dudek has looked nervy in recent games while Chris Kirkland continues to struggle with injuries - meaning Carson could get his chance on the big stage.
The England Under-21 international will be Benitez's first signing from outside of La Liga, and shows that he is keen on bringing in young English talent.
Leeds had been fighting against the sale of Carson after rejecting a couple of bids from Liverpool, but their financial position meant that they could not hold out.
"We wish Scott the very best at his new club," said Leeds spokesman Bryan Morris. "He has proven himself to be a top class keeper during his time at Leeds United and we are sure he will continue to impress at Anfield.
"His steady nerve in pressure situations and his professionalism on and off the pitch will ensure that he has a bright future ahead of him."
The Reds will be glad to have beaten off competition from Chelsea for Carson, who may get his chance sooner rather than later with the unconvincing form of Dudek.
01-25-2005, 05:30 AM
Groningen have completed the capture of Gibri Sankoh from Stormvogels/Telstar.
The Eredivisie side have been handed a January transfer kitty by their sponsors and coach Ron Jans set his sights on the promising talents of Sankoh.
Jans (pictured) was hugely impressed when watching Sankoh in action recently and acted swiftly to tie up a deal for the 21-year-old.
The Sierra Leone defender has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal and will hope to shore up Groningen's defence in the second half of the season.
Sankoh is relishing the prospect of pitting his wits in the top flight, as he told the club's website: "I am happy to make this next step, to Groningen.
"It is a young squad with great fans and next year we are going to a new stadium.
"I am very enthusiastic about this move and will give my best for Groningen."
Sankoh could well make his debut against ADO Den Haag at the weekend when the Eredivisie resumes following its mid-winter break
01-25-2005, 05:31 AM
Milton Keynes Dons have signed Cameroon international defender Michel Pensee-Bilong.
The 31-year-old arrives at The National Hockey Stadium from Japanese J-League side Sanfrecce Hiroshima until the end of the season and brings a wealth of experience to the League One strugglers.
Pensee-Bilong has played top-flight football in several countries - including spells with Portuguese club Gil Vicente and Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala.
The defender has 36 caps to his name with The Indomitable Lions, having played in the 1998 World Cup finals for his country before helping them to African Cup of Nations success in Nigeria in 2000.
The African has been training with Danny Wilson's side the past week and has been cleared to appear for his new club on Saturday at fellow strugglers Blackpool.
01-25-2005, 05:31 AM
Malaga have agreed a deal to take Real Betis striker Tote on loan.
The former Real Madrid hit-man will move to La Rosaleda until the end of the season, where upon Malaga will have an option to make the transfer permanent.
Negotiations have been ongoing for the past couple of weeks, and the two clubs have now reached an agreement.
The 26-year-old striker has fallen out of the first-team picture at Betis after criticising boss Lorenzo Serra Ferrer for his lack of opportunities.
After starting his career at Real, Tote has failed to fulfil his early promise and after spells with Benfica, Valladolid and Betis, he will now be looking to get his career back on track at Malaga.
The Andalusian outfit will be hoping he can score the goals to help boost their battle against relegation.
01-25-2005, 05:39 AM
Sevilla have snapped up Brazilian starlet Adriano Correia from
Coritiba as they look to reinforce their defence for the second half of the season.
The 20-year-old left back has signed a deal with the Andalucian club until 2010, that includes a buy-out clause of €50 million.
Correia is highly rated in Brazil and played in the Copa America last year alongside two of his new team-mates, Julio Baptista and Renato.
He was also part of the Under-20 side that won the World Championships and is being groomed as Roberto Carlos' replacement in the full squad.
Sevilla have announced that the player will arrive at the club on Saturday and will be presented on Monday, before preparing to make his debut against Barcelona on January 30.
Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos has once again brushed aside reports linking him with a move from Sevilla, with Internazionale his latest suitors.
Arsenal, Manchester United and Real Madrid are all admirers of the polished 18-year-old who has cemented his place in Sevilla's first team this term.
Speaking of Inter's reported interest, he stated: "It makes you proud that clubs like this are thinking of and interested in you.
"But I have spent many years here and what to achieve something with this club."
01-25-2005, 05:40 AM
Liverpool midfielder John Welsh has signed a new contract with the club.
The 21-year-old played the full 90 minutes during the Merseysiders' FA Cup third round defeat at Burnley in midweek.
However, he has finished the week on a high after penning a new two-and-a-half year contract at Anfield.
The England Under-21 international has clearly done much to impress Reds boss Rafa Benitez.
"I have grown up at the club and spent my entire career here," he told the Stellar Group website.
"So it gives me great pleasure to sign a new contract allowing me to continue my progress.
"Now I need to work hard and try to force my way into the first team on a more regular basis, but, with the club moving in the right direction and my future secured, I am really optimistic about the next few seasons."
01-25-2005, 05:41 AM
Chesterfield have taken Arsenal youngster Jordan Fowler on a month's loan.
The 20-year-old had been on trial with Championship side Plymouth Argyle last week before deciding to move on loan to Roy McFarland's side.
The midfielder, who has not featured in Arsene Wenger's first team as yet, will remain at Saltergate until February 22.
The youngster should feature in the Friday evening clash at Bristol City.
McFarland hopes Fowler's arrival will give his side a much-needed boost, with The Spireites having not won in their last seven matches.
"Jordan Fowler is joining us at a time when we need to give ourselves a bit of a lift," McFarland told the club's official website.
"He is the first of a couple of fresh faces we aim to bring in, so we have more competition for places in the side."
01-25-2005, 05:41 AM
Middlesbrough midfielder Mark Wilson has joined SPL outfit Livingston on loan.
The 25-year-old is only on the fringes of the first team squad at The Riverside Stadium and he has made just one appearance this season.
Wilson joined Middlesbrough for £1.5 million from Manchester United in 2001 - but he has only ever started six league games.
During his time at Boro he has already had four spells on loan away from the club with Stoke City, Sheffield Wednesday, Swansea City and Doncaster Rovers.
Wilson will spend the rest of the season at Almondvale.
01-25-2005, 05:42 AM
Birmingham have signed Arsenal's Jermaine Pennant on loan for the rest of the season.
The 22-year-old winger becomes Steve Bruce's second loan signing of the transfer window after Salif Diao joined from Liverpool.
Pennant spent last season on loan at Leeds, but had wanted to earn a place in Arsene Wenger's first team this term.
The former Notts County youngster was arrested at the weekend after being involved in a car crash, forcing him out of The Gunners' clash with Newcastle on Sunday.
He has to attend a February 1 hearing at Magistrates Court to answer charges of drink driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving without insurance, as he was already on a 16-month driving ban.
Pennant, however, had not earned a regular slot in Wenger's starting XI, and he has been linked with several loan moves away from Highbury.
His current contract at Arsenal expires at the end of the season and it remains to be seen if he will get another chance with The Gunners.
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