Although the Arsenal boss was spotted on the beach in Brazil the other day enjoying a spot of head tennis and keepy-uppy, I think that his favourite hobbies could involve chinese water torture and watching grass grow, because the Frenchman seems to have limitless patience in the transfer market and seems to love making the Arsenal fans suffer.
Maybe I am just getting cranky and impatient in my old age, but this summer transfer window is driving me mad already and it is not even July yet. I don’t think I can take anymore and I might go for a long walk and get back just in time for the start of the Premier League season. You never know, Arsenal might have signed someone by then, but will it be Alexis Sanchez? .......Read the full article here
The Luis Suarez situation may have raised it’s ugly head again for Arsenal. After all the daftness of last summer, when the Gunners became the butt of many media jokes after our bid of £40 million and a pound was laughed off by Liverpool, Suarez could come back to bite us again this year.
Not that we are going to try to sign the Uruguayan striker again during this transfer window, because I think his third dental assault on a fellow footballer will have put Arsene Wenger off for good. The problem is that Barcelona do seem to want him and that has given Liverpool the edge in the transfer pursuit of the Chile international Alexis Sanchez. .......Read the full article here
There are not many Arsenal fans who think that Alexis Sanchez would not bring a significant and increased attacking threat to the Gunners squad. I know that a lot of us are armchair fans with no true knowledge of scouting or managing a football team, but we know football and can see a player’s abilities as well as the deficiencies ion others and in our team in general.
Pace and goals were missing badly for Arsenal last season, although how much of that was down to the injuries to Walcott, Chamberlain, Ramsey and Podolski, we will never know. But pace and goals are certainly attributes that the Barcelona and Chile forward has in abundance. .......Read the full article here
How great it would be to have Sanchez at Arsenal by Blaz
We are a week away from July, a few weeks away from the end of World cup and from Arsenal presenting the new kit and main sponsor. We are, maybe, just a few days away from Arsenal.com presenting a new player for the team. But, of course, no-one (save Arsene Wenger) knows who that player/players might be.
One of the places we had difficulties in the past season was a fast and capable winger to take in all the Özil passes. We’ve also been missing a prolific striker to take some of the burden from Giroud. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal´s local London rivals Chelsea have already secured the services of Wenger´s prodigy Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona, and now, according to a report in today´s Express, the hated Mourinho is also interested in returning to the Catalan giants to try and re-unite Fabregas with his old partner Alex Song, despite interest from Manchester United.
Unlike Fabregas, Song never really made the first team at Barcelona, and has spent most of his time on the bench, but was awesome in his last season at Arsenal in the Premiership and reportedly wasn´t too keen on leaving the Emirates in the first place. The 26 year-old still has many years at the top in him, and could evenbe better now than when he left London. .......Read the full article here
Why Arsenal Fans Should Move On From Fabregas by A.T.
So the news that every Arsenal fan has been dreading to hear has finally come true. Cesc Fabregas has officially left Barcelona to join Arsenal’s London rivals Chelsea in a deal reported to be around £30 million on a five-year contract.
Since leaving Arsene Wenger’s side to rejoin his boyhood club in 2011, the former Gunners skipper has had a very difficult time at the Nou Camp, struggling to tie down a place for himself in the first-team. The last season in particular took a huge toll on the Spanish international’s morale, following extensive criticism from the club management and even the supporters. .......Read the full article here
There has been a lot of talk about the former Arsenal captain and fan favourite Cesc Fabregas recently. Many of us Gooners have always harboured hopes that we would see the midfield magician back in the red and white of Arsenal one day, so the growing likelihood of him going to Chelsea does not make good hearing.
We didn’t want him to join Man United either, but unless Arsene Wenger decides to activate the clause giving the Gunners first option if Barcelona sell him, there is little we can do. What surprises me, if it is true, is that Fabregas has agreed to the transfer. He doesn’t have to. .......Read the full article here
There has been acres and acres of debate about whether Arsenal fans think we should buy Cesc Fabregas back from Barcelona or not, and the news yesterday that the ex-Arsenal captain was in London only fuelled the speculation that he would be having talks with Arsene Wenger.
But this morning, Matt Law in the Telegraph reports that the Gunners have not responded to Barcelona’s message that Cesc is for sale and Wenger has no intentions of activating the buy-back clause in Fabregas’ contract. This has also been backep by a story in the Daily Mail. .......Read the full article here
There is a lot of talk about Cesc fabregas and his possible return to Arsenal and the Premier League at the moment. We will have to wait and see if Barcelona really are willing to let the midfielder go this summer . If they do then we will have to see whether Arsene Wenger thinks it is worthwhile spending a good portion of his Arsenal transfer budget on him. .......Read the full article here
The Cameroonian midfielder Alex Song was in awesome form for Arsenal before he was unexpectedly sold to Barcelona two summers ago for a reported £15million deal. It was widely reported that Song was sold off against his wishes amid rumours that he had asked for a new improved contract, so he certainly didn’t upset the fans by forcing Arsenal to sell him like some disgraced former Gunners.
Now it is being reported that Song is pining for a return to England after being dubbed surplus to requirements by the new Barca manager Luis Enrique, and it would be no surprise at all if Wenger brought the 26 year-old back to the scene of his former glory days. .......Read the full article here
-It has been reported that Cesc Fabregas has been spotted out in London with his girlfriend. And with recent reports linking the Spanish midfielder with a possible transfer back to Arsenal, there are inevitably suggestions that one of the reasons for him being in the English capital is to discuss his move. Well don’t believe it Arsenal fans!
For one thing, Fabregas and his girlfriend Daniella Semaan, who gave birth to his first child last year, have a flat in London. And then the 27-year old is off to meet up with his team mates in the Spain national team to get ready for the World Cup. .......Read the full article here
Every year there are more and more Fabregas-to-Arsenal rumours, but this year it is looking like it could actually come to pass, now that the 27 year-old’s love affair with the Barcelona fans seems to have come to an end.
Poor old David Moyes tried very hard to secure captain Fab last summer without success, but now the incoming Man United manager Louis Van Gaal has also made the Spanish international his number one target after losing interest in Toni Kroos, according to a report in todays Daily Star. .......Read the full article here