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Will Mikel Arteta REALLY get a new Arsenal contract?

The Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta has only made 11 appearances for the club so far this season, and with only a few games remaining until the end of the season, he is still a week or two away from being ready to play. The Spanish midfielder turned 33 years of age last month, and with just a couple of months left on his contract is aiming to reach full fitness before discussing a new contract with Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal have the arrogance to KNOW we will win!

Reading may not be the hardest opponents in the world for Arsenal to face today, especially on form and history, but the Gunners also know that last year Wigan took us right down to the wire before going through to the Final on penalties.

Debuchy, Diaby and Wilshere ready to face Reading?

Arsene Wenger now has practically his whole Arsenal squad fit and ready (only Oxlade-Chamberlain is definitely out) ahead of this weekends FA Cup semifinal against Reading at Wembley, and it will be very interesting to see how many changes Le Prof makes for the game.

One Player Arsenal MUST NOT Lose This Summer

Why Arsenal Must Keep Rosicky! by AT

As the summer transfer window approaches, Arsenal fans will be expecting at least a world-class player or two to come in, whilst also hoping for a few fringe players to be shown the door. Mikel Arteta, Abou Diaby and Mathieu Flamini are the players I’d like to see let go, but there is one fringe player I’d be desperate to see remain at the Emirates, and that is Tomas Rosicky!

Diaby set for THIRD Arsenal game in over two years?

Many of us Arsenal fans thought we had seen the last of Abou Diaby in an Arsenal shirt as his contract is nearing an end and that one previous appearance this season, in the Capital One Cup defeat by Southampton in September, was followed by the latest in a ridiculously long string of injury problems.

An in-depth look at who Arsenal need to replace this summer

Who needs to leave Arsenal this summer? by ceofaruk

Arsenal have a wealth of players but we still fall just a bit short of really competing for the Champions league and winning the Premier league. On our best days we can compete with anyone in Europe and it was a real shame we lost so badly to Monaco in the first leg of the knockout stages. So who should Arsenal replace this summer to become real contenders?

How Coquelin compares to Arsenal’s transfer targets?

Analysis of Coquelin and a suited transfer target by VR

Why Arsenal SHOULD NOT let Rosicky leave…

Tomas Rosicky has spoken openly about his wish to still play regularly and has admitted that he wants to talk to Arsene Wenger about letting him leave this summer, but an interview with the young Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom has highlighted the reasons why perhaps Wenger should hang on to the veteran midfielder.