Tag Archives: Bale

Did Madrid just end Arsenal’s Benzema transfer hopes?

First of all Arsenal fans, I am not going to read to much into the fact that the long linked and much reported transfer target of ours, Karim Benzema, did not feature in the starting XI of Rafa Benitez’ Real Madrid team for their first La Liga game last night.

I’m dreaming that Karim Benzema signs for Arsenal…

IMAGINE BENZEMA ….. by Uche

Arsenal MUST go for Gareth Bale to win the title!

It is looking extremely likely that Gareth Bale will be sold by Real Madrid to fund their next move for a new Galactico this summer, as he is deemed to be a flop by their standards, and it is very likely he will be returning to the Premier League.

Arsenal transfer rumour round-up – Dybala, Benzema, Wilson, Bale

As we prepare to take on Manchester United tomorrow where we could all but seal third place, and a place in the Champions League group stages for next term, we are distracting ourselves with an insight into the latest Arsenal rumours that are doing the rounds.

Why Arsenal are right to look for transfer “bargains”

Who are the worldclass players or finished products? by KickAssFan

Proof that Arsenal were right and Madrid wrong on Ozil

Real Madrid really miss Arsenal’s Ozil by Big Gun

Madrid starlet Morata rejects Spurs for loan move to Arsenal

Arsenal should sign Alvaro Morata on loan by KJ

Quite a few news outlets in Spain have been reporting over the last week that Arsenal have agreed a loan deal for young Real Madrid talent, Alvaro Morata. This, if true, is great news for the Arsenal and could potentially set us up in the striker position for the next ten years if this potential loan goes well.

Is Ramsey really worth £50 million to Arsenal?

When Aaron Ramsey joined Arsenal back in 2008, he cost the Gunners around £5 million. At times during his Arsenal career, a lot of fans would have gladly taken that to sell him on again, but after his form and confidence have sky rocketed this season, Arsene Wenger has declared that he would not sell him for 10 times that amount, a whopping £50 million.