Published on December 11th, 2012 | by samp1
Nani pictured at Arsenal training ground on day of Manchester derby
Pictures have emerged from Twitter user @TheFootballDad claiming that Nani was near Arsenal’s training ground on Sunday when the Manchester derby was on. Nani was spotted in London the day before by people in Winter Wonderland, so he was certainly in the capital city the night before at least.
Speculation has grown recently that Nani might be in for a shock move to Arsenal. An unlikely rumour on paper, especially with Nani’s likely wage demands, but if this picture is indeed true then why was he there instead of watching the match?
Fans have grown increasingly frustrated with Nani’s performances at the club and with him likely not play before January, some believe that Nani may have played his last game for Manchester United.
If he does go, someone equally as individual would need to come in. He is a game changer on his day, likely to do something unexpected and potentially extraordinary if he pulls it off. We don’t have anyone else like that in our squad and his unpredictability makes him a real asset to the squad. You would rather a player tried to do something and failed than didn’t try at all.
Photos and tweets originally sourced by @LadyArse
UPDATE: Nani was at London Colney but was at Watford’s training ground for Stevenage FC programme. Arsenal’s training ground is next door, hence the speculation.
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