Former Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires has backed the current Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini to be a success at the Emirates, saying that he will be a quality addition for Unai Emery's squad.
"There were many big and important teams who wanted Talisca, and many tried to sign him even though they knew he could not play in England".
The Belgian midfielder played just 16 times in the Premier League this season, making only five starts though he did score the winning goal in United's 2-1 win over Arsenal in April.
Pires, however, believes Fellaini would be a good singing for the North London club.
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"You never really know what his best position is, Fellaini", Parlour told Sky Sports.
"Everybody is thinking me and the manager has a big issue or something, but it's not like that, me and the manager have a ideal relationship", Merson told Sky Sports.
The midfielder's existing deal is set to expire on June 30 and if new terms are not agreed he will be able to leave on a free transfer. When at Chelsea, he was desperate to bring him to Stamford Bridge.
Talisca proved a major hit with Besiktas, netting 20 goals and providing seven assists in all competitions during the 2017/18 season.
"I'm sure he does, because I think this has been a massive decision for Arsenal as a club to get the right man in".