We are less than six weeks away from the January transfer window, and we thought we’d bring you a little insight into the latest Arsenal gossip. We refuse to overload you with pure speculation, but you never know which of these stories will prove to be true.
AC Milan striker M’Baye Niang has revealed that he could have moved to the Premier League prior to his switch to Italy, with Leicester, Everton and Arsenal all interested.
Former Brazil and AC Milan right-back Cafu has revealed that he believed Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin is just like him, stating his future will be a bright one.
The 46 year-old is in London this week in order to feature for AC Milan Glorie against the Arsenal Legends which will take place today at 2:00 GMT.
Arsenal Legends will be taking on Milan Glorie in September in what looks to be a star-studded event.
The North-London side have persuaded a number of the best players over the past two decades to participate in the match, which looks to be a must-watch for any hardcore Arsenal fan.
Should Arsenal swap Walcott for Bacca? by DN
There has been a number of clubs linked with an interest in signing Theo Walcott, and I have my own idea on how his exit could benefit us the most. The England international has been disappointing since returning from injury in December, and has become the most criticised players within the squad. Many fans have called for the forward to be sold this summer.
This time last week all Arsenal fans had given up on signing the prolific Porto striker Jackson Martinez, with reports saying that the 28 year-old was just days away from agreeing to join AC Milan, but suddenly today Milan have decided to pull out of negotiations.
The Porto striker Jackson Martinez has been linked with Arsenal for nearly a year, but it was recently thought that the Gunners had lost any chance of signing him as his agent and his club had begun discussions with AC Milan regarding a move to Serie A.
The last time that Arsenal progressed from the first knockout stage into the quarter-finals of the Champions League was in 2009. The Gunners played the first leg at home and beat Roma by 1-0. The scores were reversed in the away leg and we needed penalties to go through but we did it and went on to the semi’s.