Transfer: Unai Emery tells Arsenal board to "break the bank" for Zaha

Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has urged them "to push the boat out" in the transfer window if they have hope to reclaim a Champions League spot next season.

The technical director has insisted that Burke will not be going anywhere near Celtic and claims the Scottish champions know what went on with the player.

The 22-year-old Scotland global has been on loan at Parkhead but has now returned to the Championship outfit.

However, Le 10 Sport reports that Emery wants a reunion with the World Cup victor this summer, having previously coached him during his stint in charge in Paris.

"Once Brendan left to go to Leicester the treatment he got from the manager that's in place now is something we don't expect from one of our players".

West Brom recently announced the appointment of Slaven Bilic as their new boss, who will replace Darren Moore. "We currently have a new manager who will start working and looking at Oli and hopefully he now has an opportunity here at Albion".

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Dowling did not specify the nature of West Brom's unhappiness with the situation but pointed an accusing finger at Lennon.

The club want to cash in on Rondon while they can, rather than risk losing him for nothing in 12 months.

He added: "We're quite happy to say that we will sell Salomon".

"Salomon has had the taste of Newcastle".

The Gunners will of course be selling players and generating more funds, but even if that allowed them to actually afford Zaha, there would be no money left to improve other areas of the squad, which is essential for Arsenal this summer.

So, in conclusion, we offer a swap deal, no good, then we offer up £10 Million below the asking price, no good either, so what next?

  • Lawrence Cooper