All Arsenal fans were up in arms when Wenger managed to go through the whole summer with buying one single outfield player, but the fact that the Frenchman secured the signature of Petr Cech very early in the transfer window could have been one of the most important buys of his career.
Casillas V Cech – Why the Spain’s undisputed Number One would be an ideal fit for Arsenal by Sleigh
I have it on good authority that Iker Casillas will be Arsenal’s first signing this summer. With that it got me thinking, who would be the better keeper? I came up with one conclusion….
We are 17 days from our FA Cup final against Aston Villa, which will be the end of Arsenal’s season. Our rivals have already started spending their massive summer budgets so it is imperative that the Gunners work hard to improve our squad as well. Here is the latest selection of Arsenal’s rumours from the papers for your entertainment!.
As the end of the season approaches we are getting more and more Arsenal transfer rumours appearing in the press, and today’s selection makes for some interesting reading.
Recent reports have claimed that Real Madrid are trying to force club legend Iker Casillas to leave this summer, with Arsenal and Liverpool keen on his arrival.
A Spanish journalist has now claimed that the 33 year-old WANTS to move to Arsenal, but even if the goalkeeper did want to come to the Emirates, do we really need him?
Arsenal have to get Fabianski to sign some sort of deal! by Ash
Time and time again I have spoken about this topic but I really cannot stress the importance of what this issue holds for Arsenal football club. And after Lukasz Fabianski has proven himself once again to be the best deputy keeper in the Premier League, Arsenal may have to consider offering the stopper a sort of timeshare deal, a la Casillas and Real Madrid.
Everybody knows that Spain is producing some amazing players in recent years and Arsenal have not been slow to take advantage of that. Arsene Wenger already has three Spaniards in the first team, with others like Hector Bellerin and Jon Toral in the academy.
The January transfer window is almost upon us, and Arsenal fans will be hoping that Arsene Wenger can work a bit more of his magic and bring in a few quality players to help in the title race.