Five games which could define Arsenal’s season

Having defeated Manchester United 3-0 at the Emirates, beaten Leicester 5-2 on the road and knocked arch-rivals Tottenham out of the Capital One Cup, Arsenal’s season is now starting to look very positive. Meanwhile, they are just two points off top spot in the Premier League table.

Here are five games left on the calendar which could be huge when it comes to Arsenal having a very good season or another average campaign.

Time for Arsenal to give up on Ozil?

There is a theory that the Arsenal and Germany international playmaker Mesut Ozil may never play for the Gunners again. According to media reports, the 25-year old is thinking about calling time on his career with Arsenal and leaving the English Premier League altogether.

Ozil is already set to miss two or three months with the knee ligament damage that caused him to be sent home from the current international round of games, so if the Arsenal transfer rumour in the Daily Mail is true, Ozil may have played his last game for Arsenal.

Matias Suarez admits he is ready to move on

Arsenal might be about to lose yet another transfer target, as Anderlecht’s striker Matias Suarez seems to be getting quite a few offers.

The 24-year-old has been watched by Wenger for over two seasons now, and a move always seemed to be in the cards despite the fact that it never actually took place. Now it seems that Suarez will move away from the Belgian side, be it to Arsenal or not.

According to the striker, German side Bayern Munich are the ones most interested in his services, and the feeling is reciprocal as he expressed his interest in joining the Bundesliga side.

Bayern Munich Looking To Highjack Arsenal’s Top Deal

With the transfer window now fast approaching the end, rumours have it that German giants Bayern Munich have now set eyes on one of Arsenal’s most precious targets and are going to battle the English club for his signature.

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger admitted interest in Ajax’s player Jan Vertonghen a long time ago and everybody was expecting the Gunners to be the first to feed on the opportunity to transfer the 23-year-old Belgian.

Vertonghen is a very prized possession being able to play as a defensive midfielder, position he covers for the Belgian national squad, as a central defender, role he plays for Ajax, and as a left-back in case he’s needed, all positions on which Wenger wouldn’t mind improving on.