Dennis Bergkamp: The refinement of the monument

Every time I mention Dennis Bergkamp, ​​people still give the best striker in the history of Premier League and praise him for hours with the content of two words: “subtle”. We can spend a hundred page to write about Thierry Henry’s goals, but a dictionary is needed to describe the artistic quintessence that Dennis Bergkamp tolerated in football.

Under the reign of Arsene Wenger, the Gunners wrote the most brilliant and memorable gold chapters in the history of the club and, of course, there was a tremendous contribution of the people who came. Then become a legend at Highbury fortress. Among Arsenal’s monuments, Dennis Bergkamp has always been the name that caused the fondness for fans not only because of the goals he scored, but also because of the emotions he brought every time he set. foot on the green grass. Dennis Bergkamp was different from the rest, he brought the beauty of art into his own play, turning every delicate touch into a poetic life.

Whenever referring to Dennis Bergkamp, ​​although not a fan of Arsenal, people still give the best striker in the history of Premier League history words and praise him for hours with the content of two words: fine sacrifice. Dennis Bergkamp not only finished the sorrowful tsunami, he also possessed the ability to handle one-touch ball at super level, professionally and artisticly. We can spend a hundred-page book on Thierry Henry’s goals but use a dictionary to describe the artistic quintessence that Dennis Bergkamp tolerated in football.

Dennis Bergkamp’s shine at Ajax has opened the door to his career with bigger leagues like La Liga and Seria A, and Johan Cruyff told Bergkamp that he should not play for Real Madrid (easy to understand). ). Bergkamp was keen to get into Italian football, where Inter Milan were ready to welcome Bergkamp with a £ 7.1 million contract. However, Serie A is not a promising land for closed players like Bergkamp and, worst of all, racing is always at a high level.

On August 29, 1993, Dennis Bergkamp made his debut for Inter Milan fans in a 2-1 win over Reggiana at the San Siro. But with Bagnoli’s public arrangement, Bergkamp could not find a common voice with his two colleagues, Sosa and Schillaci. Not only that, with a poor record in the domestic league, Inter Milan changed their positions continuously for 2 seasons and failed to protect the UEFA Cup pushed the “Nerazzurri” into a full blood transfusion. In February 1995, Massimo Moratti bought the club and one of his first moves was to buy Maurizio Ganz to replace the Dutch “unable to fly” Dennis Bergkamp.

During Bergkamp’s years at Highbury, Arsenal were no longer a boring club, but they became a real Premier League force with dedication and liberal style. Arsenal under the direction of Arsene Wenger and the gods like Dennis Bergkamp, ​​Robert Pires, Marc Overmars or Patrick Vieira have given fans great feelings that they have never known before.