Arsenal set to stun Chelsea with De Bruyne transfer?

It has been a painful 10 years or so for Arsenal fans. After the Gunners really hit the heights by winning the Premier League without a single defeat in 2004 and lifting the FA cup in 2005, we had to wait nine long years for another trophy. Even though we reached a few finals, including the big one of the Champions League in 2006, Arsenal fans expected more.

And the same has been true of the league, despite being in a great position a few times like last season and in 2008 when Eduardo’s leg break saw us falter at the final hurdle. And the team that has made the most of our struggles, in more ways than one, is Chelsea.

Arsenal have NO enquiries and will NOT sell Podolski

Arsene Wenger spoke about many things in the pre-match press conference ahead of Arsenal playing away at West Brom in the early Premier League kick-off tomorrow. And as well as admitting that he was looking to bring at least one defender into the The Gunners squad, the Frenchman was asked specifically about the future of Lukas Podolski at Arsenal.

As reported by, Wenger was asked about whether any clubs had made enquiries about the German international striker, claiming that Podolski himself had said that Wolfsburg were interested. But the Arsenal boss denied this outright and said that no one had enquired after the 29-year old.

Gustavo transfer to Arsenal is NOT done but Wenger hints it’s close

Arsenal target Luis Gustavo, who currently plays for Bundesliga and Champion’s League winners Bayern Munich is reportedly being allowed to leave the club should a reasonable offer come in for the Brazilian midfielder. The main interest in the player so far came from German side Wolfsburg, however it’s understood that the player turned down Wolfsburg in favour of a move to the Premier League with both Arsenal and Chelsea reportedly interested in him.