Robin van Persie wants to move back to Arsenal

 

The Captain Van Persie

Robin van Persie was signed by Manchester United in arguably one of the most controversial transfers in the history of football for a boggling sum of £24 million. Robin van Persie looks well settled in his new red strip as he has netted nineteen times already in this campaign for the Red Devils in Premier League.

Robin van Persie, in a recent interview to revealed that he would love to move back to Arsenal at any cost. We are immensely prod to publish his interview for the first time on the Internet.

I moved to Manchester United in search of a bigger pay-check and trophies to add to my name. It seemingly looks like I have almost accomplished both thanks to current manager’s idea of not giving a damn about the club’s debts. I have scored considerable amount of goals which have saved Manchester United from the edge of the cliff over and over again. As I affirmed earlier, the Premier League trophy will finally land at Old Trafford after the trophy drought for one long year.

As a matter of fact, the flying Dutchman has scored only one goal in the past ten appearances for Manchester United.

I will no longer take the abuses from Arsenal supporters as I have accomplished everything that I had promised unlike my counterpart in Samir Nasri. I have contributed only one goal in my past ten appearances which clearly indicates the dip. I am no longer happy as my family has started to address me as ‘traitor’. Unexpectedly, I took no flak and I wish to return to where I rightly belong. I wish to start finding the back of the net yet again and I solemnly think those goals would increase my goal tally in an Arsenal strip. I will prove everyone wrong who tagged me as traitor. I tried calling Arsene Wenger but he doesn’t seem to answer my calls any more. I’m planning to persuade Stan Kroenke to sign me back by telling him that I would be a shirt-seller, he’d fall for it anyway.

As an Arsenal supporter, I would love to hear those words from the Dutchman who terrorized every defence in England putting the Arsenal shirt on week in, week out.

If you had believed everything that’s been said in this article, I have a bad news for you – you have been trolled, as it is called in the twenty-first century. This post was made on APRIL 1,2013

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