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06
May
12

Why van Persie must extend his contract with Arsenal.

With one game remaining till end of 2011/12 campaign Arsenal captain Robin van Persie has scored 30 league goals making him the leading goalscorer in the current season and just 1 goal short of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 31 goals in a season EPL record.

Robin has broken several records and won several personal awards on his way to this remarable feat. Having scored 42% of Arsenal’s 71 goals this season just goes to show how important he is to his current club.

With only a year left on his current contract, the news all the Arsenal supporters are waiting for is Robin van Persie extending his contract at Arsenal. Arsene Wenger has already stated he wants van Persie to end his career at Arsenal.

Everyone including the player himself knows how important he is to the club. The question is will he be equally important at another club if he decides to leave? The answer is NO.

The love and support given to van Persie by the Arsenal supporters during his Arsenal career has been immense. Even he knows if he goes to another club it will be impossible to find this level of respect somewhere else.

He not only owes to the Arsenal supporters and the club but he also owes to Arsene Wenger, who kept faith in him all along through his injuries and made him what he is today.

Robin must extend his contract and show the club and the whole world that he is ready to be an Arsenal legend.

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