Robin van Persie played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Dutch forward joined Arsenal from Feyenoord in 2004 for £2.75m. Van Persie left Arsenal for Manchester United in 2012 for £24m. In total, he made 278 appearances and scored 132 goals, making him one of Arsenal’s all-time top goalscorers. The former Arsenal Captain wore the number 11 and number 10 shirts for Arsenal. He was born on August 6, 1983. Van Persie is currently a footballing pundit in the media.
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Robin van Persie thinks he saw a hint of Dennis Bergkamp in the way Bukayo Saka set up Alexandre Lacazette's goal against Olympiacos.
Arsene Wenger enjoyed unprecedented levels of success during his first decade as Arsenal manager, so let's look at the best goals scored under him.
Two Arsenal forwards feature in top 10 Premier League goalscorers of last decade but it is Sergio Aguero who is the king.
Robin van Persie says Arsenal are no better under Unai Emery than they were in the final years under Arsene Wenger.
Robin van Persie and Kieran Tierney both sung Gabriel Martinelli's praises after the youngster scored his fifth Arsenal goal on Thursday night.
Per Mertesacker has properly wound Robin van Persie up and that is quite ok with me.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Anita and Sylvain revel in beating Burnley, enjoy the new additions, and look forward...
Feyenoord director Sjaak Troost believes Robin van Persie and Dirk Kuyt will help them negotiate with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United in future.
Robin van Persie, without a hint of shame, sat in the studios of BTSport and declared that the reason he left Arsenal was because the club never offered him a new contract but if he thinks Arsenal fans have forgotten what really happened, he's an even bigger idiot than I imagined.
With Laurent Koscielny refusing to travel with Arsenal to the USA on pre-season tour, it’s time to ask – Is the club and their captains cursed?
Marouane Chamakh recently announced his retirement from playing football at the age of 35 and has been speaking about his time at Arsenal when he was sidelined by Robin van Persie.
By consistently weighting false accusations significantly more heavily than actual rapes, the media has given some men the erroneous belief that they are at as much risk of being falsely accused as women are of being raped, not that the two are even comparable even if they were comparable in their numbers.
It's hard to talk about the accusations against Ronaldo without acknowledging the Arsenal-shaped elephant in the room - Robin van Persie.
Arsene Wenger believes that Alexis Sanchez is struggling with his confidence since his move to Manchester United in January.
Arsene Wenger has called reports he is set to take over the AC Milan manager's job 'fake news' but the Frenchman has form when it comes to lying about rumours.
Rafael van der Vaart has admitted he spoke to Robin van Persie about the chance to join Arsenal from Real Madrid, but he never heard anything back from the club.
With the news that Robin van Persie will retire from football at the end of the season, I couldn’t help but think of an article I wrote about the Dutchman after he left Arsenal.
On Sunday, Mesut Özil reached 50 Premier League assists with his set-piece delivery for Shkodran Mustafi, but how does that rank among the club's best ever creative players?
Rafael van der Vaart recently took part in a Q&A session with FourFourTwo and opened up about links with Arsenal when he was still at Real Madrid.
Arsenal will face AC Milan in the last-16 of the Europa League, and history suggests it will be a close encounter.
Ahead of the North London derby this Saturday, we've looked at some of Arsenal's humiliations of their local rivals.
Robin van Persie believes that he left Arsenal on good terms in 2012 when he joined Manchester United, unlike Alexis Sanchez whom he hints may have "walked out with the door banging".
Netherlands' record goalscorer Robin van Persie will complete a deal to join Feyenoord from Turkish side Fenerbahce next week, the Rotterdam club announced Friday.
Arsene Wenger has managed to sum up perfectly why Alexis Sanchez's move to Manchester United doesn't rank nearly as high on the pain-o-meter as Robin van Persie's in 2012.
Alexandre Lacazette is currently on course to score fewer goals than any of Arsenal's top goalscorers since Robin van Persie in 2008/09 when he netted just 11.
Arsene Wenger hasn't always been truthful when talking about transfers.
Arsenal have had a variety of top scorers since the Premier League's inception in 1992, can you remember them all? Which one has won the most awards?
Former Arsenal striker Robin van Persie could make a return to his first club Feyenoord, according to latest reports from Turkey.
Ex-Arsenal academy graduate Oguzhan Ozyakup still doesn't talk to Robin van Persie after the Dutchman mocked him during a cup tie last season.
Jack Wilshere could join up with Robin van Persie at Fenerbahce in January, according to latest reports, despite the midfielder rejecting Turkish side Trabzonspor over the summer.
The transfer window may have closed, but Arsenal still have a number of negotiations to make, with so many players’ contracts expiring in the next two seasons.
Former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has denied claims that his career is over, after suffering a knee injury with Fenerbahce.
Robin van Persie, Ian Wright, Nicolas Anelka and Thierry Henry have been named among the Premier League strikers with the best goals-per-game ratio ever.
Thierry Henry wasn't just Arsenal's all time top Premier League goalscorer, netting 175 goals, he was the Gunners top goalscorer for seven years in a row.
With rumours once again circulating that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be Liverpool-bound this summer, Arsenal have every right to feel aggrieved.
With Alexis Sanchez potentially set to force a move away from Arsenal this summer or leave on a free next year, we look back at Arsenal's top five traitors.
With the news that Wojciech Szczesny has sealed a permanent move to Juventus, Arsenal fans have once again been forced to question the motives behind the sale.
With the news that Wojciech Szczesny has landed in Juventus ahead of his permanent move to the Serie A club, Arsenal fans have once again been forced to question the motives behind the sale.
Arsène Wenger has told the media that the Alexis Sanchez situation is not like Robin van Persie's, and repeated that he intends to keep the former at the club.
Is Alexis Sanchez right to be viewed as the new Robin van Persie by Arsenal fans or should they cut him some slack?