Arsenal are usually at the centre of much of the speculation year on year, but this summer there are many reasons to be keeping an eye on our club’s goings on.
Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Arsenal fans that a change in management will likely backfire, while praising the character of Arsene Wenger.
The Gunners boss has come under fire in recent seasons, and has been the subject of numerous protests by sections of fans, and we have even witnessed planes being flown over stadiums brandishing the #WengerOut banner.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has urged for Stan Kroenke to give up the reigns of the club, with Alisher Usmanov coming in with a monster bid.
The Gunners have just endured their worst campaign since Arsene Wenger took over as boss back in 1996, although their campaign can seemingly be saved with a last-ditch entry to the Champions League, as well as having the FA Cup final to play out.
Bad or dishonest management at Arsenal? by AndersS
It is, of course, very difficult to find out, what actually goes on inside the management of Arsenal. By management I mean not only Arsene Wenger, but also the executive management and the board and owners.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been impressing in a new-found wing-back role in recent weeks, which has left Arsenal team-mate Hector Bellerin benched.
Arsenal closed the gap on the top-four of the Premier League last night with a win over Southampton, but is there any chance we can make it?
Our side climbed to within four points of Liverpool, who have played a match more than us currently, as well as us sitting three points behind Manchester City.
Ian Wright believes that Arsenal defender Rob holding deserves to be ahead of both Shkodran Mustafi and Gabriel Paulista.
The Gunners signed both Mustafi and Holding last summer for contrasting values, with the former costing a whopping £35 Million, compared to only £2.5 Million for the young Englishman.
Martin Keown has claimed that Arsene Wenger needs decide on his future as soon as possible, before it hampers Arsenal’s preparations for the new season.
The Gunners are overshadowed by a huge cloud of doubt at present, with the manager’s future, as well as key players Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil’s futures up in the air. Their top-four hopes are also ropey, and his decision would no doubt take some of the distraction away from the players on the pitch.