Arsenal have had two very poor defeats on the trot in the Premier League and will be hoping that they can pick up all three points against Hull City. On paper, it should be an easy fixture for the Gunners; but then nobody expected a defeat against Watford and so we will need to be up for the test.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal’s first signing of the winter transfer window, and has given him some huge praise.
The Gunners have agreed to sign Cohen Bramall from non-league side Hednesford Town for a reported fee of around £40,000.
Wenger confirmed the move on BeInSports, saying: ‘Cohen Brammal has signed for us. He’s an exceptional physical talent..
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has been hailed as one of the best three right-backs in the world, but why is our young defender earning such praise?
Just because Arsenal always seem to have a long list of players in the treatment room does not make it any easier for the fans to see one of our regular first team players like Shkodran Mustafi pick up an injury. And it was clear that the Germany international star had done his hamstring, something Arsene Wenger confirmed and suggested would see the defender miss about a month according to a report in The Mirror.
There is some good news for Arsenal on the injury front today, although I was hoping that Hector Bellerin’s early return from his ankle injury would see him back in the starting line up for the visit of Stoke City in today’s Premier League game.
Even though it looks like Arsenal have gotten over the recent deep in form and results, while managing to minimise the damage that the nasty month of November often inflicts, the task of winning the Premier League still looks like it will be a very tough one.
Arsenal fans can expect to see quite a few changes to the starting line-up of the Gunners tonight as we take on Southampton for a place in the semi-final of the EFL cup. I think we have to understand that Arsene Wenger has to make the Premier League a priority and with all the games that we have played, including a tough run in the Champions League, he needs to give some of the big players a rest.
We have just over a month until the winter transfer window opens, so we thought we’d take a look at the players which could find themselves leaving Arsenal.