Should Arsenal bring back Bergkamp as striker coach?

One of the best players to grace the pitch in an Arsenal shirt is Gunners legend Dennis Bergkamp. It’s been awhile since we last saw Bergkamp at the club, however is there any chance that he could be in for a return role in the coaching department?

Dennis Bergkamp left the Arsenal as one of the club’s greatest ever players. The Dutchman was one of the most influential and creative players that not just arsenal have seen, but that the Premier League has seen in its entirety. His legendary status therefore obtains much admiration, and players are surely ambitious to play the role that Bergkamp did. He was influential on the pitch as well as more recently off it, with Bergkamp telling Arsenal.com how he teaches youth players, ‘The Arsenal Way.’

Arsenal already in transfer talks with Madrid over Morata?

After Arsenal found out today once and for all that the England international striker Jamie Vardy would be staying at Leicester City for next season, the pressure on Arsene Wenger to find another front man to supplement the goals of Olivier Giroud has just gone up a notch.

One thing the Vardy saga has showed us is that the Frenchman does agree with the vast majority of the football world about our need for more firepower and that can only be a good thing after recent transfer windows. The problem now is who to get and if we are looking at a real top quality player up front then Wenger needs to move fast before all the best ones are snapped up.

Should Arsenal take Man United’s money and run!

According to reports in today’s newspapers, Manchester United have identified Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey, as a potential target to bolster their midfield.

Reports suggest that new Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is on the lookout for a new midfielder. After missing out on new Manchester City player Ikay Gundogan and the potential deal for Henrik Mkhitaryan still some way away, Mourinho has lined up Ramsey as his next port of call, should the bid for Mkhitaryan fail.

Arsenal lose out to Man City on Nolito transfer

It looks as though the Arsenal manager’s search for a striker to help out the much criticised France international Olivier Giroud will have to go on, as we appear to have missed out on the Celta Vigo and Spain star Nolito and the fact that Arsene Wenger was in the running for the 29-year old at all was because the Leicester City and England forward Jamie Vardy has apparently rejected the chance to join Arsenal.

Even worse than us missing out on yet another striker transfer, according to a report by The Mirror, is the fact that Nolito will be playing for our Premier League rivals Man City instead.

Chelsea now favourites as Arsenal ruled out of Morata signing

Alvaro Morata will not be playing for Arsenal next season, after Real Madrid upped their asking price to £60 Million.

Juventus confirmed that Real would be triggering their right to buy-back Alvaro Morata this summer, for a fee believed to be in the region of £25 Million.

Old Lady chief executive Giuseppe Marotta said: “Real Madrid have informed us of their intention to exercise the right to buy back [Morata], we are just waiting for a written offer.”

Arsenal stars set for crucial roles in crunch England/Wales matches

England and Wales take on Slovakia and Russia respectively tonight, as they seek to qualify in the best possible places for the knock-out rounds.

Get into the excitement of tonight’s match by listening to some classic England World Cup songs, which have got me raring for the coming encounter.

The Dragons come into tonight’s match needing to avoid defeat in order to seal a place in the top three, which is highly likely to be enough to seal a place in the next round, with four of the remaining five groups third-placed sides unlikely to all finish with a better points and goal difference.

This Man United player should never be an Arsenal target!

Mourinho doesn’t want him, but neither does Arsene, I hope!!

Arsenal may have been left disappointed by the news that it is increasingly unlikely that the club will sign Leicester and England international striker Jamie Vardy, but the transfer rumours for potential incoming targets are still in full swing.

The Daily Mirror is today reporting that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is considering a move for Manchester United’s Daley Blind. It is reported that new United manager Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger’s enemy is football, is unsure on whether he has room for Blind in his plans for next season. Mourinho could therefore be willing to sell the player and media reports today suggest that Wenger is not afraid to contact Mourinho over a potential move for the Dutchman.

BOOM! Arsenal rocked as Wenger confirms Vardy transfer snub

There has been a growing sense coming from the football media that Arsenal would not get their man, and the fact that the Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy did not accept the offer to move to Arsenal before heading off to Euro 2016 with Roy Hodgson and the England squad was always a worry. He would have been perfect for Arsenal, especially as at that price Wenger would not need to win multiple jackpots at the online casinos at Automatenherz.com to pay for him! And no Automatenherz is not the new German centre back we are looking for as a partner to Laurent Koscielny, although I wonder if we are still looking for a player in that area of the pitch.”

Arsenal to beat Liverpool to STUNNING Gotze transfer?

Despite the Jurgen Klopp factor, Arsenal will surely feel that the Borussia Dortmund and Germany international star Mario Gotze will choose a move to north London and Champions League football over Merseyside and no European football at all.

With recent reports from Germany saying that the talented young German is being forced out of Bayern Munich, The Sun reports that Arsenal are ready to swoop and beat our Premier League rivals Liverpool to the signature of Gotze.

Dortmund chief tells Arsenal to FORGET about Mkhiratryan transfer

There have been a growing number of Arsenal transfer rumours in recent weeks that have suggested firstly that the Borussia Dortmund and Armenia star Henrikh Mkhitaryan was a target for Arsene Wenger and then that the player wanted to join us and was set for a move to north London in this summer transfer window.

There were also reports that he might go to our Premier League rivals Manchester United instead, and the only good thing about the latest development on the Mkhitaryan situation is that he will not be joining up with Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.