After an explosive outburst, neatly timed to coincide with the publication of his autobiography, William Gallas is not feeling the love at the Emirates both from supporters and players alike, so maybe now would be a good time to cut their losses and sell?
Claudio Ranieri is ready to rescue William Gallas with a January transfer bid for the sacked Arsenal captain.
Sources close to the Juventus manager insist Ranieri wants to sign the player he brought to the Premier League when he was manager of Chelsea in 2001.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims Gallas is going nowhere in the transfer window, but the centre-back wants to move abroad as soon as possible. (The People)
So, if this source is accurate then would it be the worst thing in the world for Wenger to accept the cash and let their former captain leave? Many have questioned the former Chelsea’s man temperament and clearly there are some in the squad who are not best pleased with his recent comments so surely in many ways it would better all round if the club accepted any potential offer? Arsenal would obviously need to buy another defender to make up for the loss of the Frenchman but given he is the wrong side of 30 he would have needed to be replaced anyway. What do Gunners fans think is the clubs best centre back partnership and who would they like to see the club sign in January?
Brand New Feature. (1-10 scale, One = Pure make believe, Ten = is a transfer all but complete)
Mr Comfort’s Likely-ometer: 6/10