Tom Cleverley has been linked with a quite bizarre move to Arsenal at the end of the season after his Manchester United contract expires.
The 25-year-old has plied his trade at Aston Villa this season after being axed at Old Trafford by Louis van Gaal and is looking to impress as he searches for a new club in the summer.
But should that be Arsenal? We look at five reasons why Arsene Wenger shouldn’t be looking to bring the England international to north London.
Not good enough for United, not good enough for Arsenal
Try as he might, Cleverley has completely failed to make the grade at Manchester United with Louis van Gaal preferring to ship him out on a season long loan to Aston Villa rather than at least keep him on as a squad player. What does that say about him?
If he’s not good enough to grace Old Trafford on a weekly basis, why would he be good enough to play for Arsenal? These are two teams who are vying for the same trophies, the same league positions, the same transfer targets. And Tom Cleverley certainly shouldn’t be one of them.