Fabregas gives Arsenal fans little hope of returning

The ex-Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has been continually linked with a return to the Premiership since the end of a disappointing season for him, but now the Spanish international has made it clear that he has little or no intention of ever leaving his boyhood club unless they specifically tell him that he is no longer wanted.

Cesc said: “It has taken a lot for me to get where I am, and I am not thinking about throwing it all away for nothing.

“If they said that they didn’t want me, that would be another thing — but what I really want is to triumph at Barca.

Arsenal won’t find it easy to buy Fellaini

With reports suggesting over the last few days that Arsenal have upped their interest in Everton and Belgium international midfielder Maroune Fellaini, could a move to the Gunners really be on the cards?

Two days ago there was a sudden mass surge of news that spread on the internet that Arsenal had activated Fellaini’s contract buy out clause with a £22 million bid but a few days on and no more has come from this story. No doubt it got a lot of people excited, and understandably because I think he would be the perfect candidate to fill that defensive midfielder role in midfield.

Arsenal midfielder back in Euro 2012 contention

Tomas Rosicky is a relieved man. The 31-year old Czech midfielder had feared that his tournament could be over, due to an Achilles problem that he picked up against Greece a week ago. There was good news for Arsenal and the Czech Republic today, as the influential midfielder returned to training.

It will not be known until tomorrow whether he is fit enough to play against Portugal, but he will be desperate to add to his 87 caps and 20 goals. Once nicknamed “little Mozart,” Rosicky is the main playmaker for the Czech Republic.

Arsenal Face Competition For Top Midfield Target

Arsenal are due to face competition in their attempts to sign Montpellier’s attacking midfielder Younes Belhanda, as the new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has put the Morocco international on top of his wish-list.

Arsene Wenger has been looking high and wide for a top attacking midfielder he can bring to the club, but he hasn’t had much luck until now. Ever since Fabregas and Nasri left the club the French manager has been looking to find top quality replacements for them, and found an amazing player in Mikel Arteta after bringing him from Everton, but Wilshere’s season-long injury didn’t help his cause at all.

Have Arsenal found a cheaper version of Hazard, Moura or Gotze?

Wenger Eyes Young Serbian Attacking Midfielder
Arsenal are reportedly eyeing another very talented young footballer, as MirrorFootball states that they have been keeping tabs on the 20-year-old Serbian youngster Adem Ljajic.

The talented Serbian international was very close to a move to Manchester United two seasons ago but he eventually joined Fiorentina. He did so because he couldn’t get a work permit in the UK, so he chose to go to the Italian team where he became a first team player almost instantly. The attacking midfielder managed to appear in 52 games and scored 4 goals for the Florence side.

Will Arsenal wait for M’Vila?

The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reached an agreement with German striker Lukas Podolski according to today’s papers, which also say that the Frenchman is now aiming for one of the best young French players.

The Rennes’ midfielder Yann M’Vila has been watched by Wenger for two whole seasons now, and despite the bid the manager sent Rennes’ way last summer, the 21-year-old has yet to make a move away from the French club.

Arsenal Face Competition In M’Vila Search

The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s efforts to sign French defensive midfielder Yann M’Vila will have to increase if the Gunners are planning on landing the 21-year-old star because Italian giants Inter Milan have also eyed him.

At a very fragile age M’Vila managed to become Rennes’ icon and an all important player for the French senior national squad with his amazing performances. The defensive security and his excellent through balls make him one of the best on his position in the world, but despite all this he’s still playing for a small club.

Arsenal linked with top Argentinian midfielder

Arsenal are rumoured to have reignited their interest in Anderlecht’s midfielder Lucas Biglia, but with Spanish clubs Valencia and Villareal on his trail the midfielder’s transfer will be a tough nut to crack for Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger.

Anderlecht have already accepted the idea that they’re going to lose Biglia with so much interest coming in for him, but their biggest worry for the moment is that Arsenal’s plans are to also snatch their striker Matias Suarez.

European Giants Looking To Snatch Arsenal’s French Striker Target

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger might miss on one of their most prized targets if he won’t make a move as soon as possible. Montpellier’s striker Olivier Giroud has become a top target for many European clubs and Bayern Munich and Napoli just declared their interest in the 25-year-old.

“We are looking for a forward and we have several names on our list. Giroud is one of them,” Bayern scout Bjorn Andersson said

“Giroud? He is an exciting player that we are following,” said Napoli sporting director Riccardo Bignon.

“At the moment we have a lot of good forwards, but we are always looking towards the future.

Agent Warns Arsenal Of Competition For Star Midfielder

Arsenal receives bad news from abroad as it seems that long term club target Mario Gotze is not only targeted by a lot of European clubs, but also has a huge price tag slapped on his head by Borussia Dortmund’s officials.

According to the player’s agent, United have already made an inquiry so Wenger will have a very hard time signing him in the summer if the interest from the Gunners will remain alive until then.

“I think in Europe all the top clubs are interested in Mario.

“I can confirm that I have had contact with Juventus and Manchester United, but not only them.