Spurs target Gunners ace

It has been reported in the The Guardian today that Tottenham are after Arsenal utility player Lassana Diarra after the former Chelsea player admitted he was unsettled at the Gunners. Diarra has only started two Premier League games for Arsenal and is growing increasingly frustrated at the lack of first team football.

Diarra was signed by Arsenal just before the summer transfer deadline is a surprise move from London neighbours Chelsea. New Spurs boss Juande Ramos is apparently lining up an £7 million bid for the player that only cost the Gunners £2 million in January.

It has been a real shame to of seen so little of Diarra in recent months because I think he has the potential to be a world class player. He can play in a lot of positions and I feel he would be a real asset to the Spurs side.



  1. The bullsheet reader said,

    The Guardian doesnt come out on a Sunday; this story is not on their web site; Diarra has played in pretty much every game for the last few weeks; you should say 'have' instead of 'of'; this story / article is absolute nonsense

    on 4:33 p.m.  

  2. Anonymous said,

    Most of the articles on this site are nonsense. I think it's just a hobby for two wanabee writers who unfortunarely don't know anything about football

    on 6:08 p.m.  

  3. Anonymous said,

    what a load of bollocks!! this is almost as bad as the tribal site - Diarra is a good player and will be a regular soon, along side cesc in the middle, a real work horse -

    get a life all you idiots

    on 6:55 p.m.  

  4. Anonymous said,

    the whole roumer was started a few months ago.
    yes Diarra is unhappy at not playing but Wenger is the master at convincing players to adapt.
    he played against villa and will play against toonsa dn boro.
    Wenger will not be seeling him to spuds or anyone he tried to sign diarra before he went to chavs we had also just signed Diaby.

    Diarra will eventually be the main stay of the Arsenal midfield. he is makakakalayli incarnate.

    on 3:37 p.m.