Wenger plots Arsenal bids for Arteta and M'Vila

Arsene Wenger is said to be mulling over a move for Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta as a replacement replacement for Cesc Fabregas, reports suggest this morning.
While you’re at it, Arsene, snap up Phil Jagielka and Marianne Fellaini from the Toffees as well. But, seriously, I have been saying this for weeks: He. Won’t. Sign. Anyone. Ever. Again.
Meanwhile, the Mail claims AW remained defiant after Arsenal’s 2-0 home defeat by Liverpool as “he faced up to the most challenging week in his 15-year reign at the club”. The paper says we are likely to sell Samir Nasri, who played at the Emirates, to Manchester City for £22million but have made a £15m bid for Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila.
The Mirror quotes him as saying:  “There is no chance of me walking away. I won’t quit and I have never considered quitting. My only interest is to work harder to make the right decisions for the club.
“People have to trust me. ­Unfortunately we are living in circumstances where every defeat is an absolute disgrace and an earthquake. I always feel under ­pressure, but I don’t feel under pressure any more than I normally do.”

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