To be honest I haven't read 1 thing about Higuain to Arsenal. The best Spanish Paper, Marca, wants him out for some reason, and the headlines are always suggesting his move to another team, or highlighting the 1 pass he didn't make right, or looking for errors in his persona to create a "we want higuain out" feeling and attitude.
It isn't happening though, and I'm sure 90% of Madridistas are delighted with him and what he has done.
I'm hoping and thinking he'll stay. Madrid should have learnt from the Robben and Sneijder move, to not let go of their best players. Seems like a rule of thumb, but some people just need to learn from mistakes and fu** ups. Now is the time to learn.
I would also leave Pellegrini, I loved his work, he lead the team to score more goals than none the less than Barcelona, only lost the league by very little points, and could have been less but they honestly were demoralized from listening to the result in Nou Camp the last fixture, poor sportmanship by the way. Take the example of Man U, even when they knew Chelsea was winning by a landslide, they played 110%, and previous leagues they always fight to the end, I attribute this to SAF discipline and strong character. He (pellegrini) just needs to plan the big games better, Barcelona, Alcorcon, and Lyon, where the only true mistakes he commited this season. He did better than the previews Madrid, and with continuity he will show his greatness.
The only reason I would boot him would be if and only if mastermind Mourinho would come over to Madrid. Then and only then, would I think of it as a wise move, because that son of a gun wins with everything, specially when he was the right pieces. Granted he might park the bus in the goal and play ugly football, but people want victories and trophies and thats what he gets.
If not possible, then by all means Pelligrini stay, no Benitez, no no one.
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