Arsenal news – Sigurdsson wants Gunners move, Bendtner in Milan link, Nasri relishing Eng v Fra

Nasri relishing Eng v Fra.

Samir Nasri has said he is relishing the prospect of playing against England at Wembley tomorrow night. However, the Frenchman has admitted the timing of the fixture couldn’t be worse due to the ambitions of the north London club. The Gunners have upcoming domestic fixtures against bitter north London rivals Tottenham and Aston Villa, as well as a Champions League game against Sporting Braga.

According to Goal.com, Nasri said: “Arsenal have got big games coming up so maybe the fixture-wise, it is not ideal. But it is always a big game against England and no one would turn down the chance to play at Wembley. There is always extra rivalry between England and France.”

Bendtner in Milan link.

Nicklas Bendtner may yet receive the move away from the Emirates he has been hinting at – with AC Milan reportedly eyeing up the striker as a replacement for injured star Filippo Inzaghi. The veteran has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, and Goal.com is reporting that a short-term deal is in the offing to benefit both the player and the clubs involved.

The Dane recently vented his frustration at the lack of first team opportunities since returning from injury, but boss Arsene Wenger said he still sees a future for Bendtner at the Emirates.

Sigurdsson wants Gunners move.

Hoffenheim midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has said he hopes for a move to the Premier League, and is thought to be specifically eyeing up Arsenal as a possible destination. The player moved to Hoffenheim in the summer for £6m from Championship side Reading, and Sir Alex Ferguson is thought to be an admirer.

According to Imscouting.com, however, despite the player’s interest in a move to north London it remains unclear as to whether Arsene Wenger has any interest in making a move for the player.

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