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Arsenal v Manchester City: there’s always one club who can afford to buy likes of Edin Dzeko, says Arsène Wenger

Arsène Wenger claimed that there was no longer a “realistic” transfer market
as Manchester City prepared to pay £27 million for Bosnian striker Edin
Dzeko. 

Super player: City are collecting the world’s best players players like Wolfsburg’s Edin Dzeko  Photo: EPA

The acquisition of the world’s most expensive players does not sit comfortably
with the ethos of Wenger, whose Arsenal
team seek the home victory over City
on Wednesday night that would allow them to leapfrog them with a game in
hand in this most absorbing of title marathons.

Wenger will resist a foray into the transfer market this month unless the
verdict on Thomas Vermaelen’s injury is more serious that it appears.

City, meanwhile, continue to stockpile some of the game’s biggest and most
expensive assets and Wenger observed: “There is no realistic market. You
know why? Because Bayern Munich can as well put £30 million on the table.
And Real Madrid.

“You have always one club who has that potential to do it. That’s why for the
‘super’ player, there is no realistic market. For the normal player, there
is a realistic market because he will not interest the club with the massive
potential but the super player can be [of interest] to Inter Milan, Real
Madrid, Man City and others.”

And Wenger admitted that Dzeko came into that category, adding: “He is a super
player. He is at the very top, when he is at his game.

telegraph.co.uk/sport/football

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