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The secret transfer offer of Arsenal was revealed after being hidden by the player

Arsenal transfers are always in the spotlight.

But it turns out that they could do a good job by keeping some hidden names.

Relations in Russia have launched an unknown name that was about to join the Gunners under Arsene Wenger.

Jano Ananidze entered the Russian League as a teenager in 2010, before some incredible performances in the 2012/13 season saw him re-emerge as a goal for the best European clubs.

Today, the 26-year-old is on loan to Kryliya Sovetov from Spartak in Moscow, having failed to live up to the clamor he has generated as a young man.

Things could have been different, however, if an Arsenal approach had not been kept secret even by the player from his club, as they were desperate to hold him tight.

The Georgian ace Jano Anandize was once the subject of a secret statement by Arsenal

He told Championat: "There was interest in me from other countries.

"I recently discovered that an offer came from Arsenal, but I have not even talked about it, but from those requests that are known, I will highlight Valencia, so they were a great team.

"But Spartak decided I did not leave, yes, and in 18/19 I decided I did not want to leave."

Unai Emery was on the market for a midfielder and missed some of her loan goals in January.

It is likely that it will re-enter the market in the summer, but it seems highly unlikely that the man dubbed "the new Georgi Kinkladze" will return to their radar a few years ago.

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