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Wenger to lose key ally in transfer negotiator Law

London (AFP) – Under-fire Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been dealt a blow with news that key ally and transfer negotiator Dick Law is to leave the troubled Premier League giants. Law — who has along with Wenger been severely criticised for the club’s transfer policy over the past few years — had surprised many when he remained in his post in the close season as back in May it had been stated he would leave.
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