It was very astute of Arsene Wenger to persuade Hector Bellerin to sign a new long term extension to his Arsenal contract earlier this season, and he has pre-empted the usual tapping up procedure by Barcelona when they are trying to steal one of our Spanish stars.
The latest Arsenal transfer rumours are saying that Arsene Wenger has told Barcelona that Hector Bellerin is not for sale at any price, no matter how much he really wants to go back and rejoin his family in Cataluña. We know all too well how Le Prof feels about honouring contracts and as the young Spaniard has already committed himself to Arsenal for the next six years then he should not be allowed to change his mind on a whim.
Most of the summer transfer talk surrounding Arsenal so far has been about the attacking side of things, with the ongoing contract speculation about Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil alongside the Arsenal transfer rumours linking us to the two French international forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Kylian Mbappe.
Arsenal have been linked with just every available striker in Europe so far this summer, but it has just been revealed that the best and most established striker in Europe has now become available, and there is no doubt in my mind that he will be the perfect replacement for Alexis Sanchez.
We have been linked to a myriad number of possible replacements for Alexis Sanchez, as it seems more and more likely that the Chilean will be leaving Arsenal this summer. One of those mooted as a quality target was the Colombian international Juan Cuadrado, but the Gunners can now strike the ex-Chelsea player off the list, as his agent has clearly stated that he will not be leaving Juventus in the near future.
Number mistake might as well reveal more than it should have! by Konstantin Mitov
Oh my goodness, Arsenal, poor Arsenal. Most of you probably know what I’m talking about, but if you don’t, on the new kit launch, players like Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud feature on the new kit launch.
Kylian Mbappe is claimed to be keen on playing under Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, but is also claimed to be eyeing a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid within four years.
It is bad enough this summer for Arsenal fans to have to read all the Arsenal transfer rumours about the will he stay or will he go saga surrounding our star striker and most important player Alexis Sanchez. In fact the issue started long before the end of last season, with on field shows of frustration just part of the drama.