Shkodran Mustafi, a man who was part of the Germany squad that won the world cup, and whose form has been affected by the attitude of the self-same media that FoLo is part of, is to be sold at a fraction of his cost.  Even though the man is getting back his old form now the fans are bored with booing him.  Naturally with his quality there is interest in him from Italy especially as he is only 27.  But no, FoLo think he should be sold for a knockdown £13.5m.

OK knockdown prices are going to be the order of the day when football restarts because so many clubs will be on the edge of bankruptcy, but that still seems low.

But that is Windfall I according to FoLo.

Windfall II is Sokratis, so we break the rule about not changing the whole defence at once.  He’s 31 so yes his time will pass, but having an experienced player of that age as a backup against injury is pretty important for a club heading for the top six.  But no, he’s gotta go.  £16.2m seems utterly unlikely in the new post-crisis market (whenever that is) but he’s out.

Sead Kolasinac has to go – he is Windfall III – because he is injury prone, although that begs the question, who wants to buy an injury-prone player?  No price is quoted.

Mohamed Elneny and Henrikh Mkhitaryan make up Windfall’s IV and V, and are both on loan so that means they need to go too, although no figure is given for the value of either of them.   But Roma is said to be keen, (although there is again no mention of the meltdown of finances in virtually every Italian club) and the windfall would be £10m – the amount already rejected by the club.

And then there is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Windfall VI.  And I must ask, would any sane supporter say that flogging off Auba is a “Windfall”??????   Arsenal have said he’s staying, but FoLo know better and suggest Arsenal “could be forced to cash in on their prized asset to fund a replacement, rather than lose him for nothing.”

So the “Windfall” is now a case of “could” and “rather than” as well as a “have to” and then they conclude that, “If all those players were to be sold, that is a projected amount of around £158.87million, based on their total valuations.”

They then trot out the usual suspects as to who we are going to buy.

Oh and there’s a picture of Ozil in the article, but it seems he’s not a windfall.

RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano plus a £23million transfer for Feyenoord midfielder Orkun Kokcu are to be bought we are told.   And according to the notorious “reports in Spain”, well, “Arsenal are interested in activating the £42m release clause of Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey.

This rather bizarre piece ends with the statement that “Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla replacement has finally been named FOOTBALL LONDON”

It seems unlikely that there is a player named Football London, so I took a look at the link.  It was a foolish move.