Piers Morgan has attempted to be the barer of bad news as usual, after claiming that Mesut Ozil is considering his future amidst interest from European giants Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Granit Xhaka has been confirmed as joining this week, but who could be next through the door?
Another midfielder could follow the Swiss midfielder to North-London, with Celtic’s Tom Rogic linked. The Australian international enjoyed somewhat of a breakthrough year with the Scottish champions, scoring 10 goals from midfield. We are supposedly ‘confident‘ in in his signature, which could boost our reputation in his home-country.
We are anticipating Arsenal to have a busy-ish transfer window, but what positions actually need strengthening?
We are constantly linked with name after name, with a number of our supposed targets being midfielders, but we have a wealth of talent and numbers in that department, and other areas need looking at also.
England international Jack Wilshere has criticised the wide role given to him by Arsene Wenger, claiming he should be played centrally in the Arsenal line-up.
The 24 year-old started Sunday’s match against Turkey at the Etihad, and has come under criticism for his unimpressive outing.
Euro 2016 is set to begin in around two weeks time, and we have seven Arsenal stars who are all set to feature during the tournament.
Spain won the previous competition held in Poland and Ukraine, but I’m predicting the hosts, France, to take their crown from them.
Arsenal have been strongly linked with a three-way deal to sign Alvaro Morata from Juventus, via Real Madrid, but I’m struggling to get my head around it…
We are believed to be working on a club record move to sign the Spanish international, and his former club Real are believed to hold the key.
Our club appear to have already wrapped up our first signing of the summer transfer window, with Granit Xhaka having been seen sporting our official kit for the 2016-17 campaign, but who else could be coming to North-London.
Borussia Dortmund are claimed to have decided to force Henrikh Mkhitaryan to stay for the coming season, which will likely see him leave for free next summer.
The Armenian international has just the one year remaining on his current deal, and has already turned down his club’s advances to extend that deal beyond the new season.