- Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale & Sergio Aguero
Whilst Lord Harris said that we could not buy the ‘Worlds Best’ Arsenal could actually afford the combined transfer feee of Cristiano Ronalo, Gareth Bale and Sergio Aguero. Now if only we could afford their wages…
Well, not quite Liverpool, but in the last 2 seasons, they have spent £184,300,000 on players. Add in Mamadou Sakho, signed in 2013, and that is the £200,000,000 spent. 16 players signed, including 5 new strikers
The Dutch club are worth £183m according to Forbes. Adding the Dutch clubs 4 Champions League’s to Arsenal honours board is well worth the money. With the remaining £17m, Arsenal could build a replica of Amsterdam’s famous De Wallen district
- 2 x Eurofighter Typhoon
At an estimated cost of £100m each, Arsenal could buy two Eurofighter Typhoon’s, the aircraft used by the RAF. The club could make money back by hiring them out to fans to display their banner of choice over the stadium.
With Greece set to go bankrupt, Arsenal should offer the EU £200m to buy the country. Surely a country of 11 million people has a decent defensive midfielder somewhere.
- Two private Islands + Private Yatch
Arsenal could buy Rangyai Island in Thailand (£100m) & Pumpkin Key in Florida (£7m) and have enough left to buy the £80m the Northern Star Luxury Superyacht to travel between the two.
- Lewis Hamilton as team coach driver for 6 years
Hamilton has recently signed a £100m 3 year deal with Mercedes. I am sure he would much prefer to driver the Arsenal coach for 6 years. Much safer.
- The AA
“The fourth emergency service” have recently announced a £200m share placing. Arsenal could buy all of these shares. We like 4th place.
- 200 pairs of diamond encrusted Beats by Dr. Dre headphones
Diamonds? Check. Headphones? Check. A footballers two favourite accessories. At £1m each, Arsenal could give the next 200 signings a pair of Graff Diamonds Beats headphones. They are studded with 114 carats of diamonds.
- Arsene Wenger – A 25 year contract
Arsenal could tie up Arsene Wenger for the next 25 years, which is how long the £200m would last based on his current £8m a year salary. Imagine the outrage.