Transfer targets, who in and who out? by Spendah.
Hello Gooners! In this article, I will assess all our transfer dealings in the coming transfer window after our glorious victory for the top 4. Feel free to post you thoughts, and please don’t be too harsh as this is only my second article. I will be looking to write more articles for this website.
Well first thing’s first, lets start with who we will sell.
Transfers OUT –
I really don’t see any of our keepers leaving, possibly Mannone though. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has a very large squad to choose from right now and the Frenchman will have to start rotating them with a glut of four games coming up in the next ten days. Arsenal are definitely without Kieran Gibbs and Theo Walcott for the next couple of weeks but has the returning Jack Wilshere and Bacary Sagna who could continue their return to fitness with cameo performances tomorrow.
It is certain that Mannone will start in goal, and I have a feeling that Wenger will choose Koscielny to play alongside Vermaelen to save Mertesacker for the midweek game against Schalke. Santos will replace Gibbs on the left and Jenkinso will start on the right. .......Read the full article here
Should Wenger go for Adrian Lopez or Fernando Llorente? by KJ
News has started to pick up on the transfer scene with Goal publishing an article that talks about strong interest from Arsenal for the services of the 24 year old Spaniard, Adrian Lopez. Generally, I’d call this unreliable but many of the Twitter ITKs have sworn that Arsenal are definitely interested in the Atletico Madrid striker.
My question is – do we go after Lopez or after Llorente? .......Read the full article here
Who should play Jenkinson or Sagna? by AH
In Arsenal’s games so far, Carl Jenkinson has been put as the clubs number one right back. Mainly due to Bacary Sagna’s broken leg, but there is also no doubting that Jenkinson has massively improved since his £1 million transfer from Charlton Athletic in the summer of 2011.
Jenkinson has been magnificent so far in every single game he has played. His performance against Manchester City was amazing and it was a 100% improvement since the last time he played in Manchester against Manchester United in August 2011. We all remember the score line that day! .......Read the full article here
Nuri Sahin has been targeted by a lot of clubs across Europe; AC Milan, Lyon, Galatasaray, Besiktas, Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal to name a few. In fact Sahin has reportedly rejected a chance to sign up for Besiktas citing his willingness to join English Premier League and especially Arsenal.
Jose Mourinho is prepared to let the player leave Madrid and Arsenal seemed to be the most possible destination. But according to reports in England, Liverpool have also tabled a bid for the Turkish midfielder and now Sahin is set to choose between the two Premiership clubs. .......Read the full article here