PICTURE: Danny Welbeck in an Arsenal shirt after £16million move

It is a move that has become the subject of hurt for some Manchester United fans, although a fantastic addition of Falcao has been bought into the squad on transfer deadline day, the transfer of Danny Welbeck to Arsenal is hurtful for many, like seeing your ex girlfriend with a new bloke.

Welbeck was a fans favourite at Old Trafford in which many wanted him to achieve greatness, coming from the local area and through the ranks and youth system at United.

Arsenal signed Danny Welbeck for £16million in the final hours of this summers transfer deadline, a move in which the club said “Everyone at Arsenal welcomes Danny to the club and looks forward to his contribution in an Arsenal shirt this season”

After finishing training with England on Tuesday afternoon, Welbeck was on hand to complete a photo-shoot with Arsenal, for promotional and commercial reasons. The following photograph was released by Arsenal on Tuesday evening of Danny Welbeck in an Arsenal shirt.

We wish him all the best at his new club, his first game could be against rivals Manchester City.

Danny Welbeck

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8 Comments

  1. Is Wenger having mental problem? An ordinary fan clearly sees but what the squad lacks but Wenger had no intention of solving the problem!!!. Danny is good but why wait until the last minute? Frustrating…..

  2. Let’s just hope it is not another Pogba situation, he hasn’t had a settled run in his preferred position to prove one thing or the other. I am not sure he will get that opportunity at Arsenal but I, like many others, wish him well. It is the same for Hernandez and Kagawa, I think all three have been the victims of playing in a bad team with no defense or deep midfield to support them. Obviously LVG knows far better than I but I still do not understand why a quality center back and center mid weren’t the priority over everything else, unless of course he believes the recent purchases will withstand until he can try for Strootman.

  3. Who cares, he was rubbish anyways and never good enough yo be owt but a fridge open goal missed with poor ball control, he fuck all compared to Wilson.

    your right thou, no Utd fan wants to see Cleverley wear the villa top or Chicharito at real, two fantastic players, should of been kept.

    • I didn’t mention Cleverly and Hernandez should be shown respect for his goal tally when he was played regularly. I suppose a struggling team like Real taking him on loan shows how bad he really is. Wake up and smell the roses tj, lifes a bitch, just remember who you kicked when you are up because they will come and find you when you inevitably come down. Every player who has played for MU has contributed in some way to the success of the club so show some respect if you are a genuine MU fan.

  4. Good riddance…..29 goals in 142 games!!!!!!!!!! For a striker i don’t think this is good enough. Anyway, wish him well. May be he was indeed not in the right team.

  5. sturridge went through the same criticism at Chelsea, see, hes now leading the line for Liverpool and England respectively,,, I wish danny good luck and as a devoted united fan I thank him for his contribution so far and I will never forget that long range goal, one of the goals that won us the league that season

  6. Best of luck to Danny. Romantic footballing sentiment aside, he was underwhelming when he had opportunities which is why Ferguson paid so much for RvP. The lad is simply not world class and it’s highly likely that he won’t be either.

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