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Wenger waiting on Hazard

Gunners boss will move for winger when Lille decide to sell

Last Updated: 24/01/11 9:18am

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will move for Eden Hazard when Lille make him available for transfer.

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The French tactician is a long-term admirer of the Belgian winger and is keen to bring him to Emirates Stadium.

The 20-year-old starlet has already made over 100 appearances for the Ligue 1 club and been part of the first team for over three years.

However, Wenger is in no rush to get his man and with Lille riding high at the summit of the table he is against unsettling the league leaders' squad.

"He's a player that I have followed for some time, but I do not want to unsettle Lille now," explained Wenger.

"When he is available for transfer, we will see if there is the possibility to sign him."

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