Monday, 19 December 2016

PAYET:-- ‘I COULD HAVE FUN IN THAT TEAM’ HINTS ON MOVE TO ARSENAL

The France international has suggested he
would be keen to pergrinate to the Gunners if the
opportunity presented itself while withal
admitting he misses Champions League
football.
Dimitri Payet has suggested that he would
be keen to pergrinate to Arsenal – but has
insisted that Arsene Wenger has never
made a move for him.
The West Ham star has frequently been
linked with a move across London, with
reports suggesting that his compatriot and
Arsenal boss Wenger believes the France
international would be ideal for the Gunners.
"I read that Wenger considers me the
missing piece of the Arsenal's game, but
he's never told me that!" Payet told RMC.
"We conceded five or six at home against
them. When you see them playing, as a
technical player, you could only have fun in
that team. They're candidates for the title
every year."
Following suggestions that he could move
back to Marseille, which he did little to
repel , Payet - whose West Ham side are
struggling in the Premier League - withal
revealed that he misses playing in the
Champions League.

"The situation at the club affects me, but
I'm an ambitious person," he continued.
"I'm in a fight with my club and I'm giving
everything for them, to get out of this
difficult situation, but I'm not closing the
door to anything.
"I miss the Champions League ... I've got
some great years ahead of me and I want
to enjoy them by playing in important
competitions."
"If I'm forced to leave West Ham, it will be
done according to the rules – the club will
have its share of the cake," he added. "My
coach understands that today's situation
does not suit me."
"I will ask the questions at the right time."
It has been reported that Payet has a
release clause worth as little as £15 million
if West Ham are relegated from the Premier
League."

The Hammers currently find themselves
13th in the standings, only five points
above the drop zone and 10 behind sixth-
placed Manchester Coalesced - who currently
occupy the last European qualification spot.

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