The British media and meringues believe that azulgranas are the favorites to gain the services of Arsenal forward, who turns contract with the Gunners in 2013.
According to recent reports in the British media, nearly a dozen major European teams yearn to gain the services of Dutch forward of Arsenal, whose contract expires in summer 2013.
The newspaper 'The Guardian' favorites to take for Barça and Real Madrid in the fight for Van Persie to incorporate into their ranks. However, the English newspaper also notes that Juventus new champion of Serie A, is the first club to have formalized their interest in striker 'gunner', the mouth of its technical director Giuseppe Marotta, who spared no praise to the Dutch, but add that they would try to "put the icing on the cake this summer," referring to their possible incorporation into the template 'bianconera'.
But the fight for one of the best strikers in the old continent is not only between Barça, Madrid and Juve. Himself 'The Guardian' highlights the interest of other Italian clubs like Milan and Inter, and even the new rich of French football, Paris Saint-Germain.
To make matters worse, the two great Manchester have also entered the scene. Reveals the sports portal 'Talksport', the United would be willing to make a significant investment to achieve the transfer of a player who accumulates 35 goals in all competitions this season. The decline in men as Chicharito or Berbatov and ostracism of Owen has been a major drag on the 'Red Devils' season, where they have entrusted their fate to claw and category of Rooney and Welbeck pop.
But good Sir Alex Ferguson will have a hard to achieve their purpose of shielding the front of United. A few miles from Old Trafford, on the other side of the city of Manchester, the sheik Sheikh Mansour could again throw the house out the window offering around 300,000 euros a week to Van Persie, in order to dress for 'blue sky' at all costs.
The big decision of the forward 'gunner' on its future is, for now, impounded pending an important meeting it will face in the Arsenal Arsène Wenger with the coach and chief executive Ivan Gazidis, presumably before the dispute of the Euro . In the Emirates expected to ratify the classification for the next Champions League and that the signing of Podolski and possible new additions to its flagship persuaded after the departure of Cesc Fàbregas to Barcelona last summer.
The Gunners are willing to pay to break the boundaries of the template to tie the continuity of Dutch crack securing their future in North London four seasons. Information about the player's personal desire to suggest that he would not welcome to try their luck in Italian football while the possibility of playing Premier League and hope to all in Europe with Barcelona or Madrid would be a huge factor. (via SPORT)