Maybe Arsenal fans should think about the old saying regarding triumph through adversity or the other one that goes ‘whatever does not kill you makes you stronger’ when it comes to our concerns over the way the pre-season training and schedule has gone for the Gunners so far.
Does Jack Wilshere have a future at Arsenal?
With the 2017-18 Premier League season about to kick off, Arsenal fans once again want to know the future of injury-hit midfielder Jack Wilshere. Will The Gunners’ star stay, leave on loan or even get a game for Arsene Wenger?
N’Golo Kante has named Arsenal as the team to beat in the race to win the coming Premier League title.
Chelsea were runaway winners of the division last season, with the France international playing a key role in winning back-to-back titles with two different clubs, but he is tipping another side to beat them to the trophy this time around.
It was reported among the many Arsenal transfer rumours last week that the Premier League club Crystal Palace put in a transfer bid of £16 million in an attempt to sign our versatile young defender Calum Chambers, after the England international enjoyed an impressive season on loan with Middlesborough.
It has not been just Arsenal that has been linked with a summer transfer swoop from the young French sensation, although I bet there have been more Arsenal transfer rumours about Kylian Mbappe than we care to remember. And while it was always going to be tough to get him at least the chance is still there.
Whether or not you believe Arsene Wenger when he suggests that the Chilean international star Alexis Sanchez has not made it clear about whether he wants to stay at Arsenal or get a transfer away from north London this summer, and I for one think that the boss is not being entirely honest there, it does seem clear that Wenger and the club’s position is clear.
WENGER’S BEST SQUAD SET UP FOR 2017/18? by
When it was announced that Arsene Wenger had finally got his man and the transfer of the France international striker Alexandre Lacazette had completed his transfer from Lyon, one of the first of the current Arsenal squad to say something about it was Mesut Ozil.