Arsenal deal with Puma could see Falcao at the Emirates

Now that Arsenal has signed a British record £150 million kit sponsorship deal with German sportswear company Puma, manager Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will have according to British tabloid newspaper the Daily Star a £100 million war chest to spend on players this summer.
With this amount of money at his disposal and the marketing power of Puma behind him it raises the possibility of Puma’s biggest celebrity endorser Radamel Falcao being persuaded by his German sponsor and Arsenals new found wealth to move from the Stade Louis II to the Emirates.
A similar deal was considered last summer with regards to Cristiano Ronaldo and Nike who were prepared to help Manchester United get the Portuguese striker to return to Old Trafford just so he could be seen wearing a Nike shirt.
Last summer Wenger tried to sign Liverpool’s Luis Suarez but could not get Liverpool to enter into negotiations over the Uruguayan striker who along with Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero and Monaco’s Radamel Falcao are all similar types of player.
I would even go as far to say that in signing the new sponsorship deal with Puma that the possibility of Falcao playing for Arsenal could have been brought up in meetings prior to an agreement being signed.
Currently the Colombian international is recuperating following knee surgery after being on the wrong end of a tackle during Monaco’s French Cup clash with Chasselay, in which Soner Ertek fell heavily on the Monaco player’s leg in the penalty area.
The Portuguese doctor who performed the surgery said that all went well and that “El Tigre” as he is called in South America has a 50/50 chance of being fully fit for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
Should Arsene Wenger fail to sign a striker this January the possibility of the 27-year-old joining the Gunners in the summer would be something every Arsenal fan would be in favour of as we all know any top footballer would prefer to play in the Premiership rather than in France.