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Sold for £4.5m, now worth £63m: Arsenal dropped massive disaster over 29-cap 'weapon' - opinion

Over the years, Arsenal's transfer business has regularly been scrutinised but one decision in August 2016 may have been the worst ever. The criticism has ranged from their lack of spending during the final few years of the Arsene Wenger era to some calamitous signings in more recent times, such as Willian. But the bold call to give up on the talents of Serge Gnabry has been catastrophic. After a frustrating loan spell away at West Brom, in which then-manager Tony Pulis claimed the German attacker was ‘not at the level' required to play for the club. A year later, Wenger was happy to sanction his exit, with Bundesliga side Werder Bremen paying only £4.5m. Since then, Gnabry has...
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