Former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie could be off to South America to get some more club football action as his reps are reportedly holding meetings with Sao Paulo ahead of a likely deal for the 33-year old Dutchman.

The player who features for Turkish outfit Fenerbahce has struggled to get goals since the turn of the new year, scoring last in November.

Fenerbahce forward Van Persie Considering Feyenoord Return

Former Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie could be on the move once again if reports are to be believed.

The striker used to play for Feyenoord before coming to English football with Arsenal. After spending a number of years with the gunners, the Dutchman made the move to Manchester United and it brought him the sole Premier League title of his career. However, his time at Old Trafford did not last long as Van Persie was on the move once again after signing for Fenerbahce. He has been with the Turkish club since 2015, but it has not been a productive spell so far.


After former LA Galaxy player Steven Gerrard announced his retirement from professional football, many heaped accolades on the player.

Former Manchester United striker Robin van Persie joined in praising the player for his contribution to football.


Robin van Persie came off the field with a cut just above the eye on Sunday evening during a match at Akhisar.

This ended with him being carried off the pitchin a stretcher during the first half period of the game where he had clashed accidentally with Abdulwahid Sissoko.

Persie praises Rashford

Former Arsenal and Manchester United striker has stated that Marcus Rashford is a special player and that he has the potential to become a world-class player.

The player made his debut for the Red Devils in February and scored twice on his Premier League and Europa League debut. He is one of the rare success of the Louis van Gaal era and has gone on to establish himself as an important member of the team.

Van Persie Opens up on Manchester United Exit Two Years Ago

Robin Van Persie says that he would have still been a Manchester United player had Sir Alex Ferguson remained as the club’s manager.

Van Persie was not informed of Ferguson’s decision to retire at the end of the campaign if United won the title. The Scot step down from his role after more than 25 years in charge of the club. He is regarded as one of the greatest managers in world football, but his last league title was won courtesy of Van Persie. The Dutchman came as a £ 24 million signing from Arsenal and his 26 goals in 38 league matches were a major factor in United’s success.


Galatasaray are set to trade tackles with the Black Eagles – Besiktas – at their new home this weekend. The game is the first Istanbul derby in the new home of Besiktas – the Vodafone Arena.

The Spor Toto Super League is in its fifth week, and two of the most successful teams in history would go head to head. Besiktas enter in the game beaming with confidence after their 2-0 win at the Akhisar Manisa stadium last week.

RVP says kids to determine next move

Former Arsenal hit-man Robin van Persie says that his kids will be among top factors to consider if he is to make a return to the Premier League.

The ‘flying’ Dutchman spent more than a decade in England playing for Arsenal before switching to Manchester United. He established his name as one of the most outstanding goal scorers in the Premier League before his exit.

Stoke interested in Van Persie

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has dropped a hint that his team might be interested in signing former Arsenal and Manchester United striker.

He said that his team is still looking to sign a quality striker and that they are still considering different options.

Robin Van Persie is regarded as one of the finest strikers

Robin Van Persie is regarded as one of the finest strikers to have graced English football in the last decade.

However, his fall from grace has been incredibly dramatic in the last couple of years. Only in 2013, he helped Manchester United win the league title in what turned out to be Sir Alex Ferguson’s last season in management. It also turned out to be the only time Van Persie won the Premier League title despite having been in the division for almost a decade. Since then, he has been performing very poorly and this led to his move to Fenerbahce last summer.


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