Almost all my hope is gone that Arsenal will sign any more new players before the transfer window shuts this evening. At least we do not have to stay up until bloody midnight to find out this time, but with all the talk of the Gunners now being able to compete financially for the top players, it feels even more frustrating than usual.
It will come as no surprise to Arsenal fans to hear that Arsene Wenger has been trying to find a way to get the French midfielder Mathieu Flamini out of the club. Ever since his younger compatriot Francis Coquelin burst back onto the scene for Arsenal about half way through last season, Flamini’s days have been numbered.
It is being reported that Arsene Wenger is about to delight the long suffering Arsenal fans by once again making a brilliant late transfer addition to the Arsenal squad, two years after he almost broke the internet by signing Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid on transfer deadline day.
Is there some charity match on in Paris today that the Arsenal manager has offered to referee? If not then Arsene Wenger being pictured on a flight to Paris yesterday is certainly an interesting development as the summer transfer window draws to a close today.
It’s been a long transfer window for us Gunners. by JH
Whether you are an AKB or WOB. It’s been long.
We need a striker, the fans know it, pundits know it, Arsene Wenger knows it and hell even Olivier Giroud knows it. But where is the new striker we waited for all summer?
It could all have been so different by KM
Hi guys, a quick one from the US. So what’s up with Arsenal?
Another shaky start with zero goals scored at the Emirates and already trailing 5 points to Manchester City, the alarm bells must be ringing.
This year the Arsenal fans are in almost exactly the same situation as we were in the same time last year, with the transfer deadline approaching and the Gunners looking worryingly short of fire power and options for Arsene Wenger up front.We had signed Alexis Sanchez earlier in the summer but then Giroud was ruled out for a few months and we were in trouble.
There are still tumbleweeds blowing around the Emirates stadium wait in vain for Arsene Wenger to use the club’s mountain of cash and bring in a player or two to help us achieve the very difficult task of competing with our big spending rivals for the Premier League title.