This Pic should have Arsenal fully Fired Up

Arsenal have three Premier League games before the next international break comes around in November, with a Capital One cup match and the visit to Bayern Munich in the Champions League thrown into the mix, and it really is vital that we take all nine points available to us.

Everton at home tomorrow is followed by the trip to Wales to face our bogey team Swansea City and then the Gunners are due to welcome, warmly of course, our north London rivals the spuds. You feel that Arsenal must take maximum points from these games and hopefully our main rivals Man City will drop a few over the same period because after that they will have their two main attacking dangers back.

BRILLIANT Brazilian off to London as Arsenal outbid transfer rivals!

Maybe this is the shape of things to come for Arsenal and if so it is fantastic news for all the long suffering Gooners out there. Arsene Wenger has already given the Arsenal fans frustrated from years of scrimping and saving and selling our best players some encouraging signs.

The Gunners have signed big players from the two La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid in recent transfer windows and now Wenger is ready to follow on from the signings of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez by beating Real Madrid to one of their transfer targets, according to a Daily Express report.

Arsenal rocked as target midfielder snubs EPL for La Liga move

Just this week the agent of the Arsenal target midfielder Lucas Silva revealed that there had been interest in his 21-year old client from some Premier League clubs and the rumour was that the Gunners were one of the clubs looking at a £12 million bid for him in the January transfer window.

His agent had suggested that Silva was ready to move on from his current club, the Brazilian champions Cruzeiro and so Arsenal fans were starting to get excited about the prospect of Arsene Wenger bringing the talented and energetic central midfielder to the Emirates, especially as his ability has drawn comparisons with the former World Player of the Year and fellow Brazilian Kaka.

Sensational Arsenal target’s agent CONFIRMS transfer interest!

It looks like Arsenal could be heading for a bidding war in the January transfer window, as Arsene Wenger is not the only manager of a big European club that is apparently keen on the super talented 21-year old star of the Brazilian champions Cruzeiro.

Lucas Silva plays in the same position as the former Gunner and fellow Brazilian who shares his name, Gilberto Silva. And many Arsenal fans think that the departure of Gilberto in 2008 left a weakness in the Arsenal side that has never been fixed. Maybe young Lucas Silva, dubbed the new Kaka because of his all action style and ability, is the player to finally do it.

La Liga star striker declares himself ready to play for Arsenal

Just like one of the current options available to Arsenal in the forward department, Joel Campbell, the Brazilian starlet Wellington Silva has had to play at various other clubs on loan since he signed a contract with Arsenal back in 2011.

But after his spells in Spain with Levante, Alcoyano, Ponferradina, Murcia and now Almeria, the 21-year old has declared to the media in Spain that he is now finally available to play for the Gunners. This is because he has applied for and received a Spanish passport, as reported by Squawka.com.

Barcelona want to poach Vermaelen from Arsenal

Thomas Vermaelen has become one of Arsenal’s most consistent performers, and has formed a rock solid defensive partnership with Laurent Koscielny. He also comes up with some crucial goals, like the last minute winner against Newcastle in March.

Some bad news coming out of Spain is that Barcelona are about to abandon their attempts to pry Thiago Silva from AC Milan and might be planning a bid for Vermaelen, reports the Daily Mail. Milan are asking too much for their Brazilian defender, but Barcelona are desperate for defensive cover and are looking for a long term replacement for Carlos Puyol, who is getting towards the end of his career.