Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 10:12

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It is the right thing to extend Welbeck's contract by one year to allow him to concentrate on rehabitation. like Carzola.



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Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 14:17

Agreed. One year extension makes sense. He had always given his all whichever team he has played for. He is a good lad and can play multiple positions and is English

Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: SuperRob (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 16:36

Not talking specifically about Welbeck, but in general, as a fan, you'd want arsenal to keep a player who is going to be injured at the expense of signing someone else because you think it's classy?

There's a balance between doing the right thing for the club and doing the right thing for the player. We kept players like Diaby and Wilshere around for so long that we must have passed up the opportunity to sign other midfielders because we had so much money tied up in their wages. You can still act in a classy way without sacrificing the club's potential. If anything, I would say it's more classy to have an honest conversation with a player who is no longer wanted and help them to find a new club and support them with rehab if they are injured, instead of giving them a contract out of pity or some sense of duty.

So with Welbeck, you have the option of giving him another contract, or letting him go and signing Ousmane Dembele. Which would you prefer?

Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 17:51

Obviously bring dembele but that comparison isn't fair cause it's never going to happen. Paying a years wage isn't going to stop us from signing anyone. Esp with players like jenkinson still on the books. Welbeck has scored goals for us and is much better at holding up the ball than Aubameyang.

If welbeck is stopping a better player coming in, by all means. But we smart have players like nketiah, etc who are not going to get in the first team.

Anyway in pretty sure welbeck will be moving on at the end of the season now that he is injured and probably out for the season

Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: Boston Gooner (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 18:50

Get rid of Welbeck.



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Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: SuperRob (IP Logged)
Date: 09 November, 2018 20:16

You give one player a contract for the wrong reasons and then another and then suddenly you have diaby, rosicky, wilshere, Walcott, ox, gibbs, Ramsey, cazorla all in the squad being unavailable for the majority of every season.

Jenkinson and nketiah are probably on about a tenth of the wages of welbeck. If we spend 50k a week on welbeck and 70k on koscielny then letting them go frees up 120k a week for other players. So not sure what you mean by one player's wages doesn't stop us signing another player. You have a wage budget so spending it one 1 player literally means you aren't spending it on another player.

Re: Is Sanllehi and Unai Emery classy enough to extend Welbeck's contract by one year?
Posted by: younghansolo (IP Logged)
Date: 10 November, 2018 20:41

He's been excellent this season, hes also you Ng enough to come back fine. Give him the year

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