VIDEO: Poldi Shouts ‘Arsenal’ When Khedira’s Asked About His Future

By on July 15, 2014

Lukas Podolski has fuelled rumours that Sami Khedira is set for a move to North London after shouting ‘Arsenal’ when the midfielder was asked about his future.

The Arsenal forward as been enjoying himself today as the Germany squad celebrated winning the World Cup in front of hundreds of thousands of fans in Berlin.

During the celebrations, Sami Khedira took to the stage and was asked where he’ll be playing next season, only for Podolski to shout out ‘Arsenal‘.

Khedira smiled and continues to answer the question coyly, saying ”we’ll see. It doesn’t matter at the moment. I just want to enjoy our victory

This comes amid speculation that we’ve tabled a £23m to Real Madrid for the midfielder but are struggling to agree personal terms, with Khedira supposedly demanding wages in the region of £150,000-£200,000-a-week.

You’ve gotta love Lukas Podolski. I’m sure he, along with Ozil and Mertesacker, have been doing their best to try and persuade him to come to the Emirates. Only time will tell if they’ve been successful…

Here’s the video, you can hear Podolski shouting out from the background.



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  2. Ernest Cooper

    July 16, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    hey i wish this happened them we gonna be one of the best side in europe.
    he should also try to fanalised khidera deal.

  3. saad kamara

    July 16, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    with the addition of sanchez,debuchy, khidera, arsenal will be crowning both champions of england and europe.

  4. Maseruka Frank

    July 17, 2014 at 10:33 am

    Only praying for Khedira’s arrival, Arsenal we go high again.

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