Arsenal set sights on thrashing out a deal with “The next Lionel Messi”
The future looks bright for Arsenal, who recently picked up a comfortable home victory against last season’s title-challenging Liverpool.
With their sights firmly set on a top-four finish, the Gunners are finding form right when it matters most in the season. With one eye on the future of the club, there has been some media speculation about the signing of Argentine teenage striker Maximiliano Romero, who has been touted as ‘the next Lionel Messi.’
Snapping up young transfers is a tactic that has worked wonders in the past for boss Arsene Wenger, who acquired the services of Cesc Fabregas at the age of 16 from Barcelona. The Spaniard returned to the Catalonian coliseum in a deal costing Barcelona upwards of 35 million pounds in 2011.
That is good club business by Wenger, who has been a fixed presence in the revolving-door world of Premier League management with Arsenal for almost 20 years. Could the Frenchman go on to build a squad capable of winning the next title based on a recent run of form and some sensational new summer signings? Betpractice score grid for football is the place to gather advice on the Gunners this season and into the next. It may well be worth a punt on them winning something next year.
Looking towards the future, signings such as Max Romero, who has yet to make his full debut with Argentine club Velez, are perhaps a gamble but Arsenal have proven in the past that their scouting system is as good as that of any other club.
Max Romero may have to wait two years to finish his apprenticeship before making the move to London, according to Velez club president Raul Gamez, but Arsenal’s current form and adventurous acquisitions policy breeds confidence for club and fans alike during this current campaign. Perhaps Arsenal have a shot at the Premier League title, if not this season then the season following.