Wednesday, January 16, 2019

EXCLUSIVE: 13 Arsenal players set to leave the club in protest

A recent turn of events at Arsenal has led to absolute chaos with reports suggesting that as many as 13 players, including three highly rated academy stars, are set to leave the club.



While we were expecting the UK to leave EU, what we didn't realise was that Arsenal had its own vote of no confidence. An exclusive report from a source that would prefer to be anonymous contacted Confidential Report Media this morning. TGT and CRM have been trying to contact the club for comments but our calls were forwarded to a German fax machine.

Fans have recently expressed their concern over Mesut Ozil's absence from the squad but as it turns out, there are bigger problems. As many as 13 players have staged a revolt against the new management, including the manager, and decided to leave the club. The players have been highly disappointed with the club's attitude towards Mesut Ozil and as he is set to leave the club, players don't see their future with Arsenal. It is also reported that the board has requested Arsene Wenger to fly to London in order to convince the players to stay in a desperate attempt to save the club. However, we have not received confirmation on whether Wenger will indeed fly to London.

Amongst the players who are set to leave, Aubameyang, Lacazette and Bellerin have already initiated talks with different clubs. Aubemeyang's agent was spotted with Real Madrid's chief scout Grecco Simiola outside his house. Other reports suggest that Bellerin has accepted a move to Chelsea while Lacazette is holding talks with Borussia Dortmund. Petr Cech's retirement is also linked to the mass exodus. Even the club's official mascot, Gunnersaurus has decided to leave the club. The mascot was seen "cutting itself off" in the middle of a training season as Emery was shouting at it. Gunnersaurus was last seen walking away from London Colney with some security guards. It remains to be seen whether Arsenal can convince these players (and mascot) to stay but as it stands, the club is heading towards the worst period in its 133 years history. 

CRM and TGT are closely monitoring the situation and will update the fans on any development.




3 comments:

  1. The said players that would eventually leave the team if it is anything to go by, let there be better and quality replacement of players who would be committed to the team success in every match.

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