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Arsenal’s forgotten man may stay at the Emirates

09:00 31 July 2012

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Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin. Picture credit: Matthew Impey/PA Wire

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Transfer news: Andrey Arshavin could remain a Gunner

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Arsenal’s forgotten man Andrey Arshavin could still have a future at Arsenal.

The Russian appeared to be heading to the exit door after poor performances for the Gunners in the first half of the season led to a loan spell at Zenit St Petersburg.

But the £15million signing will hold talks with the Gunners boss.

“Arshavin, it depends. We have to sit together and have talks. He could still have a future at the club,” Wenger explained.

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