Wenger pinpoints India as next big transfer powerhouse Arsene Wenger
Eastern Eye Staff
China’s Super League clubs may have been grabbing the headlines in the huge transfer fees they have been paying for players but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes India could become a serious player. The 67-year-old Frenchman said he hoped India would emerge as a contender in the transfer market but added they should not expect immediate success. “I expect India to come to the game—and hope it will happen,” said Wenger. The Indian Super League—which was founded in 2013—has attracted ageing former stars such as Norwegian defender John-Arne Riise who played last year at Chennayin FC—which is managed by Italy’s…
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