The Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is well aware of Jack Wilshere’s latent talent as a fiery midfielder, but he is worried that his long absence from the game through injury means that he will not be ready to set Europe on fire in France next month, as a lack of competitive football may be his undoing.
The rumour mill is kicking into full swing at present, with all sorts of craziness being speculated in the press, including today’s Zouma to Arsenal link.
Our manager Arsene Wenger is claimed to have contacted incoming Chelsea boss Antonio Conte about the availability of the defender. The club may have agreed to sell us Petr Cech, but there is no way they would allow the French defender to join a rival.
Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque has been forced to call Hector Bellerin into his squad, following Dani Carvajal’s injury.
The Real Madrid star was injured during the Champions League final on Saturday evening, and is now a doubt for the European Championships next month.
Here is the fourth (and last) of my in-depth analysis of Arsenal’s centre-back targets by Aidan
Thierry Henry has likened Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud to that of Emile Heskey.
The striker is set to lead the line for his country this summer, and former Arsenal legend thinks he will play an important role for France.
“He is a very good striker.
Here is the third of my in-depth analysis of Arsenal’s centre-back targets by Aidan
The Ox is eyeing up potential suitors!
Whilst Arsenal fans cannot continue to demand more and more from the club in the transfer market, admittedly it has gone awfully quiet since the signing of Granit Xhaka.
Oliver Giroud has come under fire from Arsenal fans and pundits alike in his four years as the Gunners main striker, but especially this campaign just ended as we failed to catch Leicester in the title race. A hat-trick in the last League game against Aston Villa meant that Giroud equalled his best tally of 16 (EPL) goals for the season, and 24 in all competitions, but that is not really good enough for a top team like Arsenal, especially with Ozil creating chances in the hundreds…..