Liverpool’s Adam Lallana is getting ready to visit the Emirates on Monday night, and he thinks that Arsenal are going to have a hard time getting a result. The Gunners destroyed his team 4-1 in this fixture last season, but he is feeling in a cocky mood this time around.
Arsenal have been linked with this striker for a long time, almost ever since he first came to the Premier League three years ago from the Belgian club Genk. And once Christian Benteke had revealed that he was a big fan of Arsenal and that he hoped to use his time at Aston Villa to gain a move to a really big club, a lot of us Arsenal fans were hoping that Arsene Wenger would sign him up sooner or later.
DON’T STOP BELIEVING! by Uche
Hello there champions! Hello there twelve time FA Cup champions! Wake up you sleepy heads! If you are still hung over from last night’s celebrations, I regret to announce that we have more drinking to do – because today is our trophy parade! Congratulations Gunners. This was a well-deserved trophy and you should all be proud of yourselves.
There are better options than Benzema for Arsenal by Galen
I am against Arsenal going after Benzema as it would depend on if Madrid get Aguero. Man City are no babies and can’t be bullied by Madrid. They have the finance available to make Aguero as rich as Messi. You don’t want a deal that will be happening on the 31st of August at Midnight. lets look at some options that we could get instead…..
Many Arsenal fans and people connected with the club, including our all time top scorer Thierry Henry, believe that Arsene Wenger needs to sign another centre forward in the upcoming summer transfer window. But while we would all love to get an Aguero or a Messi, there are not too many about and there are clubs willing to outbid us for them.
Why Arsenal Should Move For This Proven Premier League Striker! AT
On the face of it, Arsenal should have no problem recording a home win over our Premier League opponents Aston Villa on Sunday. While Arsene Wenger and the players seem to have put our early season wobbles behind us and tapped into a rich vein of form, Paul Lambert and his team have been having a nightmare.
It would be very easy for the Arsenal players to take their eyes off the ball this weekend, but it is absolutely vital that the Gunners do not become complacent and that we make sure that all three points are going to stay in north London after the visit of Aston Villa in the Premier League clash on Sunday.