Cazorla and Sahin, Wenger finally fills the gaps

Chris Winterburn

The departures of both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri were a blow that in the 2011-2012 campaign Arsenal never fully recovered from, not only did they lose their inspirational captain whom had aided the development of young prospect Jack Wilshere tremendously but also in the form of Samir Nasri, their clutch performer, the man who made them tick providing much of the creativity that saw Arsenal finish the Barclays Premier League season with seventy two goals scored, second only to the eventual champions Manchester United. It is plainly obvious to all who follow English football and in particular Arsenal that the circumstances surrounding the loss of both Fabregas and Nasri left Arsene Wenger with very little room to manoeuvre in the transfer market last summer, now some would argue that Wenger would have known Fabregas would leave for a significant amount of time and contingency plans should have been in…

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