The season is not over yet, and there is plenty of value to be had from our team before it comes to a close. Arsenal have had an upturn in form and confidence in recent weeks, coinciding with the emergence of Alex Iwobi in the first-team and the goalscoring return of Danny Welbeck.
Four of our five remaining games are against teams in the lower half of the table, and you could add their current league positions to total a whopping 65, proving just how strong our end of season should be. ...........Read more
Arsenal are ready to splash out £10 Million on signing Leicester City left-back Jeffrey Schlupp, according to the Express.
The 22 year-old has been an impressive performer for the Foxes this term, and is being lined up by Manchester United to cover the loss of Luke Shaw to injury.
We are looking to beat them to the punch however, by lining up a £10 Million bid to bring him to North-London instead.
The Ghana international is adept at playing at both left-back and left-midfield, and would be a welcome addition to our squad, especially as we are suspect to injuries on occasion. ...........Read more
Former Gunner and Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has been rumoured with a return to England this sumer, with both Arsenal and Manchester United interested in the Spaniard. However after a saga of rumours that have been ongoing for well over a week now, Fabregas has confirmed that no only have no club spoken with him, but also that he has no intentions to leave the Spanish Champions.
Fabregas said; “People talk a lot but the truth is that no-one has spoken with me. I want to triumph in Barcelona, that club is my home and I always dreamed of playing there, so I will try and succeed there as long as I can.” ...........Read more
It looks as though Arsenal are in for a busy day as it is now being reported in Spain that Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain is on his way to North London after the two clubs agreed a fee of around £18 Million. It is also being reported by the local media that Higuain and his agent have agreed terms almost immediately after the fee was agreed. ...........Read more
I think perhaps Theo Walcott may be tempting fate by expressing his confidence right now with so many difficult fixtures coming up over the next 6 weeks, but it is good to know that the Arsenal squad are in a confident mood, helped by the battling win over Sunderland.
Although Arsenal and Tottenham are vying for favouritism on MyBettingSites.co.uk to finish in the Top Four, but with the massive North London derby coming up the result will be crucial in deciding who gets the honours.
Walcott said yesterday: “We’re very confident of finishing in the top four. We can battle through any sort of situation.” ...........Read more
After losing to Bradford in the League Cup quarter-final and dropping to a massive 18 points behind Manchester United in the race for the Premiership, most Arsenal fans will have practically given up on the Gunners getting anything out of this season (they are now 80/1 in the Premier League Odds), but the fact is that they still have chances of winning the FA Cup and of course the Champions League. ...........Read more
Former Arsenal star Robin Van Persie is delighted for being able to come back from missing a penalty, and scoring another two goals in the last game he played for Manchester United.
The Dutchman managed to score two times the amount of goals his former club Arsenal have so far in the season, certifying that the Gunners have managed to lose an incredible player when they lost him to their biggest rivals. He then declared the fact that he wouldn’t have been able to do that a couple of seasons ago when he was still at Arsenal. ...........Read more
Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger might finally be able to shake off striker Marouane Chamakh, a player who the Frenchman has been trying to sell for a long time. Turkish side Besiktas seem to be highly interested in buying the Morocco international from Arsenal in their attempts to get stronger for the new season.
Besiktas manager Samet Aybaba has admitted that the rumours are correct, and that the attempts the club has made to sign a striker may lead them to snatching Chamakh from Arsenal.
‘We have decided to push forwards in our attempts to sign a striker, there is a high possibility we sign Chamakh,’ ...........Read more
Dutch newspaper AD claims that Arsenal are ready to bring in Ajax’s international star Gregory Van Der Wiel, who at the age of 24 has already become an instrumental player for the Netherlands international squad.
After being closely linked with a move to Chelsea throughout the summer but apparently not agreeing over personal terms, the Dutchman seems to be now close to a move to London, where Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger might be his new coach. The Frenchman has admitted earlier this summer that they will still be looking to transfer a midfielder and a defender, so AD’s supposition makes sense given the fact that Sagna isn’t yet ready for action and the Gunners are short in the right-back. ...........Read more
After a very successful Euro 2012 campaign, everybody was expecting Arsenal’s second string striker Nicklas Bendtner to be on his way from the London side, especially given the fact that in the last season and a half he hasn’t been getting virtually any time on the pitch.
Linked with the likes of Juventus, Galatasaray and AC Milan, Bendtner was looking to be one of the first transfers Arsenal was going to make, but for some reason that didn’t happen. ...........Read more