N’Golo Kante has been told that he will be allowed to leave Leicester City this summer, once they find a replacement, opening the door for a move to Arsenal or Chelsea.
There have been plenty of football managers linked with the Arsenal job down the years. Every time the team is on a bad run or puts in a lacklustre performance or simply does not get the right result, we hear the calls of Wenger out again. They died down a bit in the last two years after the prof steered us to FA cup trophy wins in back to back Wembley finals but another year without the big one of the Premier League title has brought the knives out for the Frenchman once again.
As a huge number of fans are turning on our current manager Arsene Wenger, there is the need to bring light to some of the realities that exist with football and our club in general.
Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista has claimed that he has learnt his lesson from his sending off against Chelsea, and vows never to do it again.
The Brazilian joined the club from Villarreal in January of last year, with Arsenal paying a reported fee of around £11.3 Million, plus allowing Joel Campbell to move in the opposite direction on a temporary deal.
Arsenal fans were left frustrated one again at the weekend when yet another good Premier League side failed to stop the league leaders Leicester City from continuing their remarkable run of results. Claudio Ranieri and his players have ridden their luck a few times recently but they keep coming out of games with three points and unless they start to drop a few soon then anything Arsenal can do will not be enough to save our Premier League trophy hopes.
Chelsea’s former striker Demba Ba has revealed he is still annoyed at having not been allowed to join Arsenal in January 2013. The 30 year-old is plying his trade in China now, and has been doing rather well since leaving the Blues.
BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone has claimed that Arsenal are close to confirming the signature of Domingos Quina from Chelsea.
The 16 year-old midfielder joined the Blues in 2012, having previously trained with Benfica for two years, and is hotly tipped to have a bright future in football.
We are into the final quarter of the Premier League season, and having lost our place in both the FA Cup and Champions League, it is almost time to concentrate on next season’s hopes.
Our campaign looks likely to drizzle into another season of a top-four finish without a trophy, which many of the usual top clubs will not even be able to boast.