Does Giroud deserve all the abuse? (Video of last night’s goal from Olly)

Giroud manages to ignore jeers to score for France by DN

As Arsenal fans we are all aware of Olivier Giroud’s weaknesses and capabilities, and he has scored many crucial goals for the Gunners over the last four seasons. Okay he has not managed more than 16 League goals in one campaign, but for a workhorse that only cost us 10m GBP when Wenger brought him over from France he has at least earned his wages (unlike Walcott and a few others I could name).

Alvaro Morata gives hope to Arsenal fans!

It looks like this summer’s Karim Benzema is going to be the Spanish striker Alvaro Morata. He will cost a lot of money. He will come from Real Madrid. But the difference is that Morata is a lot younger than Benzema and is much more likely to be a sound investment in Arsene Wenger’s eyes.

Arsenal transfer rumour round-up – Carrasco, Benzema, Maxi Romero, Murillo, Chambers exit?

The countdown is on to the European Championships this summer, where a host of emerging stars will be trying to earn big-money moves to some top clubs, but a number of our targets will not be involved in the tournament.

Is the European Championship destined to curse Arsenal’s plans?

Arsene Wenger is entering the final year of his contract this summer, and will be extremely keen on enjoying a successful upcoming campaign.

Euro 2016 is set to start in the next couple of weeks, and with interest raising in their first-team stars, the tournament may well end up hampering the French manager’s plans.

Aubameyang urged to join Arsenal!

Former Teammate backs Aubameyang to join the Gunners!

The Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre Emrick Aubameyang has become arguably the club’s main man since joining from St Etienne a few seasons back, and now the Gabon international is reportedly looking to move away from Germany. Real Madrid is supposedly the most likely destination for the frontman and they will unsurprisingly probably be the striker’s preferred choice. However Aubameyang also has plenty of interest from the Premier League, a competitive league which is sure to interest him.

Thierry gives damning verdict on Arsenal forward

Thierry Henry has claimed that Theo Walcott’s 10 years at Arsenal should have been more fruitful, and insists his playing position is still unclear.

The 27 year-old joined from Southampton back in 2006, but has started less than 150 league matches in a decade, and still has a number of questions to answer.