Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jan 25, 2019
Wenger's next move, could Arsenal look to Overmars and how Barca won the De Jong race
1 hr 4 min
Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Nick Wright in the studio - but we go to France first, where Jonathan Johnson reveals the inside story on why Monaco have got rid of Thierry Henry (02:20), and how Paris Saint-Germain are planning a role for Arsene Wenger to have 'free rein' at the club (06:04). Raphael Honigstein explains why Borussia Dortmund are keen on Wilfried Zaha (16:30), and what is holding up Callum Hudson-Odoi's potential move from Chelsea to Bayern Munich (20:57). We hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (38:55), Gianfranco Zola (43:52) and Rafa Benitez (48:30). Dutch football journalist Marcel van der Kraan explains why Barcelona have shelled out so much on Frenkie de Jong (52:00), and why Marc Overmars would be a good choice for Arsenal to replace Sven Mislintat (58:44).
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