Jermaine Jenas Wipes His Nose on Arsenal Shirt to Show Spurs Allegiance

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​Former Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas confirmed on BT Sport's 'Football Tonight' show that Arsene Wenger was interested in signing him in the past, but he was quick to pledge his allegiance to Spurs when presented with the red shirt he never ended up wearing.

Jenas was handed an Arsenal jersey complete with 'Jenas 8' on the back after revealing that Wenger considered him as a replacement when Patrick Vieira left Arsenal's midfield back in 2005. 

The former England international was playing for Newcastle United until that summer, but he opted to join Tottenham that summer instead and went on two spend eight years at White Hart Lane - give or take a couple of loan deals.

Jenas maybe suggested that he'd have been open to joining the Gunners had they not been priced out of a deal, and if Wenger had placed more of his trust in English players. Whatever the case, it didn't pan out that way, and for him there's only one club in North London by the sounds of it...

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