Paul Merson has claimed that the Arsenal role craves an entertaining manager in charge, pouring water on recent speculation linking Rafael Benitez with the job.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has stated his confidence in sealing a deal to keep Aaron Ramsey beyond his current contract.
The Welsh international is inside the final 18 months of his playing deal, and is believed to be in line for a wage hike, with the midfielder having become an integral part of our side in recent seasons.
Granit Xhaka has urged Arsenal to retain the services of midfielder Jack Wilshere beyond the summer.
The 26 year-old is into the final months of his playing contract with the North London club, and do not currently appear to be close to signing a new deal at present.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has stated that manager Arsene Wenger takes too much of the blame for his side’s failings, and urges his fellow Arsenal players to stand up and be counted.
The Gunners have fallen to sixth spot in the table this season, 13 points outside the top four, with only 24 potential points remaining from the campaign, but we may still save our season with Europa League glory.
Earlier today on Just Arsenal I posted an article from Anko about the Wenger In or Wenger Out discussion, and we have had many responses, but I particularly liked this one from Storm, who gives a very balanced alternative view. Read it and decide for yourself…..
The Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has admitted that some of his team-mates have been distracted by the stories surrounding Arsene Wenger’s future, whilst denying any affect on himself.
The Gunners have been majorly inconsistent this term, and are destined to miss out a place in the top-four, but could still save their season with Europa League glory.
Arsenal coasted to a 3-1 win over AC Milan on Thursday night using a 4-3-3 formation to ensure qualification to the last eight of the competition, but will Wenger look to continue with that system?
Frank Lampard has claimed that Arsenal have failed to get the best out of Aaron Ramsey, and urged them to make sure they tie him down to a new long term deal.
The Gunners central star has been excelling this season despite a few iffy performances of late, and is currently battling with Jack Wilshere for a regular first-team role alongside Granit Xhaka when both remain fit.