As we all know Arsenal football club were in pole position to signing Norwich attacking midfielder Emi Buendia. The Argentine was heavily linked with a move to the Emirates stadium before deciding to stay at the club till end of the summer.
The North London club Arsenal are said to be showing interested in igniting their interest in the Argentine attacking midfielder in this coming summer transfer.
As we all know, Buendia was very close to joining Arsenal in the January transfer window but the deal fell through. We can't blame Norwich though as he is their best player currently in the team and he seems to be enjoying a fantastic season with the championship side.
Emi Buendia was willing to join Arsenal but if the deal could be done at the summer transfer, the summer is nearing and Arsenal might go for him now.
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