Arsene Wenger has continually said that the most important thing for him this summer is to keep his current group of Arsenal stars together, but with Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and others still entering the final year of their contracts without any agreements in place it is looking even more unlikely that Wenger will get his wish.
There have been a plethora of Arsenal transfer rumours about our much-improved on-loan keeper Wojciech Szczesny since the season ended. First of all we were informed that Napoli were sure to sign him after the Roma boss Luciano Spalletti left the club.
Well there is quite a lot of Arsenal transfer rumours flying around as the window begins in earnest. After yesterday’s news that the bid for the young Nigerian Henry Onyekuru was a load of old codswallop, we have some new possibilities which sound much more promising.
A whole host of Arsenal players are being linked with a move away from the club this summer, but which of those do we need to keep?
As the season approaches the end, we are expecting an avalanche of Arsenal transfer rumours with so many of the Gunners’ stars approaching the final year of their contracts, and they are getting off the ground earlier than usual.
The situation surrounding Alexis Sanchez’s Arsenal future is something which is well up in the air at the moment. The Chilean has stated he will hold talks with the Gunners at the end of the season and at the moment it is highly anticipated that he will be looking to leave during the summer months.
I found myself trawling the specials betting pages for any exceptional betting prospects for Arsenal, and thought I’d bring you a few I found interesting. If some of you cant hack waiting for the summer to be over, you can always take to Virtual Sports Betting to get your fix. They actually have a section where you can bet on virtual football. Definitely worth a look mateys…
With a top-four finish looking highly unlikely and top stars Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil looking set to leave, it seems as though Arsenal have already identified replacements for the duo. According to a report from the Sun, the North London club have identified Schalke’s Max Meyer and Porto’s Yacine Brahimi to fill the void that looks likely to be left by Ozil and Sanchez.