Demba Ba a Target For Arsenal After Chelsea Say He Can Leave Stamford Bridge: Nightly Soccer Report
Chelsea striker Demba Ba has been told that he can leave Stamford Bridge tomorrow, but whether he’ll move to Arsenal or another club is the question that needs to be answered.
The Telegraph newspaper reports that Arsenal may be Demba Ba’s destination despite the fact that the article contains no source or tidbit of information leading the reader to think that Arsenal is his destination. All the article says that Arsenal are interesting in making a deadline day move. To be honest, I’m sure practically any club in the Premier League would be interested in signing the clinical striker.
If Arsenal is interested, the Gunners would be a brilliant fit for Ba. He’d have more opportunities to play in the side at the Emirates Stadium compared to other clubs. Plus, he would give Arsenal and Arsene Wenger plenty of options to consider throughout the course of the season.
What’s your opinion about Demba Ba possibly going to Arsenal? Should Wenger sign him? And if so, who do you rate as the better striker — Olivier Giroud or Ba? Have your say in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Demba Ba a target for Arsenal after Chelsea say he can leave Stamford Bridge — The Telegraph
- Spurs midfielder Etienne Capoue has not suffered a fracture of left fibula — 101GG
- West Ham preparing loan bid for Juventus forward Fabio Quagliarella — The Telegraph
- Swansea transfers: David Ngog is a target and talks with Bolton have begun — The Mirror
- Wigan preparing for life without James McCarthy as Everton consider move for midfielder — Telegraph
- West Brom interested in signing Jermain Defoe and Rodrigo — A Bola
- Roy Hodgson loves a draw and that spells danger for England — The Mail
- Steven Caulker comes into England squad for Moldova and Ukraine — The FA
- Twenty three people arrested after Wolves win first derby with Port Vale for 13 years — The Telegraph
- Parma sign Walter Gargano on loan from Napoli — Sky Sports
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