I do not want to hear any talk about the Arsenal and Chile international striker Alexis Sanchez being greedy for wanting a hefty pay rise in order to convince him to sign a new contract, or Mesut Ozil for that matter. Arsenal may not be known for splashing the cash but if that is what it takes to keep our two best players then so be it.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola this week moved to deny speculation claiming he contacted Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez over a potential transfer, but is the rumour mill purposely ignoring key information in order to spout their rubbish?
At the same time as most Arsenal fans have a different theory about the current manager and whether Arsene Wenger should stay on or for how long, we also have different ideas about who should be the man to replace the Frenchman when his long shift at the helm of the good ship Arsenal finally does come to an end.
With the festive period approaching and 2016 soon coming to a close, it means that unbelievably the Premier League season is almost at the halfway through. The midway point also means that the January transfer window will soon be opening up and for Arsenal, that means an opportunity to strengthen and push for the title.
Arsenal have been linked with a possible transfer for the Germany international Julian Draxler for just about as long as the 23-year old has been playing football, but if the recent Arsenal transfer rumours are close to the mark then the transfer may finally be set to happen.
We are less than a month away from the winter transfer window, so we thought we’d bring you a brief look at the latest speculation surrounding Arsenal.
We are linked with strikers in every single transfer window, and despite the arrival of Lucas Perez, paired with the uber-impressive switch of Alexis Sanchez into our centre-forward role, that doesn’t appear likely to change.
RB Leipzig boss Ralph Hasenhuettl has seemingly confirmed reports linking him with the Arsenal job.
Arsene Wenger is into the final season of his current contract, and with his side currently in top form due to his creative management, you wouldn’t have been surprised to see a new deal offered.
If one of the new Arsenal transfer rumours is true and Mesut Ozil really is keen on going back to Spain and playing for his old La Liga club and if Real Madrid want him back then you might think there is not a lot that we can do about it.