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ARSENAL, Wenger: "Without the Champions League Van Persie will leave"

12.05.2012 23.57 by Marco Gori  read 2916
Source: Daily Star
© foto di RICHRD PELHAM

Interviewed by the Daily Star, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has declared about 28 year old forward Robin Van Persie: "If qualifying to the Champions League would make keeping Van Persie easier? I don’t know whether it will have an influence on him. On my side I am inclined to think yes, but you should ask him".

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