Craven Cottage move on the cards for Emirates Stadium attacker.
Russian wide-man Andrei Arshavin looks set to move to Fulham this summer after his agent dropped a big hint that such a switch was on the cards according to the Daily Express.
The 31 year old has played a very limited role in first team action this season, failing to make a single Premier League start, and is out of contract at the end of the season with no chance of being offered a new deal a move to another Premier League side could well tempt the experienced attacker.
Arshavin’s agent Dmitri Seluk has fueled speculation of a move to Craven Cottage by stating publicly;
“Top English clubs won’t take him.
“And considering the fact that he doesn’t want to leave London, the next club for Arshavin will be Fulham or something like that.”
Arshavin will have noted the impact Dimitar Berbatov has made at the West London club having similarly become surplus to requirements at Man United.
Arsenal spent £15m on Arshavin in early 2009 and Arsene Wenger will be bitterly disappointed at the return on the investment. The former Zenit St Petersburg man has rarely hit the heights he rose to during the Euro 2008 finals though his four goal haul at Anfield will be fondly remembered by Gunners fans.