Sports

Arsenal legend Marc Overmars ‘open’ to emotional return to the Gunners

Former Arsenal hero Marc Overmars is allegedly fascinated about a return to both the Gunners or one other of his ex-teams Barcelona.

Overmars spent three seasons in North London between 1997-2000 and have become a cult hero with supporters, serving to the aspect win a Premier League title and FA Cup.

He is now constructing his popularity as a canny operator behind the scenes as director of soccer with Dutch giants Ajax.

Overmars has been instrumental in each signing blossoming expertise for Ajax in addition to promoting them for a large revenue.

But in accordance to Dutch outlet De Telegraaf he has his eyes set on making a transfer to one other European elite membership in the close to future.



Marc Overmars has been working at Ajax for numerous years

Their chief author Valentijn Driessen wrote: “At Ajax, everything in terms of transfers ends up on the plate of director of football affairs Marc Overmars.

“It is an open secret that he wouldn’t reject a brand new problem at a significant overseas prime membership or together with his former employers FC Barcelona and Arsenal.

“He has been associated with those two clubs before.”

Arsenal have already made a behavior of turning to former gamers, with Mikel Arteta their present supervisor and Edu Gaspar their technical director.

Per Metesacker can be the academy coach, whereas the likes of Freddie Ljungberg and Robert Pires have additionally had a component to play in the previous.



Overmars played for Arsenal for three years
Overmars performed for Arsenal for 3 years

It isn’t clear, nonetheless, what half Overmars had to pay in Ajax’s big cock-up involving striker Sebastien Haller.

The membership had been left embarrassed after by chance leaving the document signing out of their Europa League squad.

After followers took to social media to specific their confusion when the listing was printed, Ajax had been compelled to admit their error in a press release, and Haller can have no half to play in the the rest of their European marketing campaign.

Back to top button