REVEALED: How No Champions League Money Will Force Emery to Give Up This Signing to Liverpool!!

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Emery is a defeated man. This comes after losing the Europa League final to Chelsea on Wednesday.

Unfortunately for him, not only does this mean no Champions League football, but no money to spend on top-quality players.

And now things will be even worse for Arsenal in the transfer window because teams like Liverpool with the money and allure of UEFA are looking to snatch-up Arsenal’s targets this summer!

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Indeed, Liverpool are supposedly prepared to beat Arsenal to the transfer of James Rodriguez as his future looks uncertain to remain in Germany.

The Colombia playmaker countenances a precarious circumstance this summer as loan club Bayern Munich would prefer not to keep him and parent club Real Madrid appear to plan get rid of him.

Furthermore, as indicated by Don Balon, this has sparked serious interest from Liverpool, who hope to have pushed ahead of Arsenal and other potential suitors in the race for his signature and who are prepared to pay €50million for him.

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Rodriguez could be a valuable addition for Liverpool, with Don Balon taking note of that he may well replace Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in Jurgen Klopp’s squad after the England international’s difficult time with injuries.

This appears an unexpected move as Oxlade-Chamberlain has shone at whatever point he’s been used by the Reds, however, it could also merit getting somebody more reliable.

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James Rodriguez is a supposed transfer target for Liverpool

The report proposes, be that as it may, that Rodriguez himself isn’t entirely confident about a move to Anfield over worries about whether he’d be the first choice all the time.

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Arsenal may be a superior fit for him in such manner as they look more needing improving their current choices around that area on the pitch, however, the Gunners might not have Champions League football to offer the 27-year-old next season.

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