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ARSENAL turning to OVERMARS if Monchi doesn't join in

06.02.2019 11.03 by Claudio Colla  read 645
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While tracking AS Roma chief exec Monchi, in order to have him in as their next transfer market main strategist, Arsenal leaders, according to latest UK rumours, are keeping Dutch 45-year old Marc Overmars as a backup option. Ajax director of football since 2012, former Barcelona FC and Holland star winger used to play for Gunners themselves, from 1997 to 2000.

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