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Should Arsenal be able to buy ANY player in the world?

Wenger said about the Paulista transfer: “It’s 50-50 at this moment, yes. We respect the rules in England. When you buy a player who does not fulfil the criteria and needs a work permit, you go in front of a commission and they tell you yes or no.

“We will accept that, we have to respect the rules that are in this country. After, are the rules right or not, that can be discussed. At the moment the rules are like that, you have to go in front of a committee for a work permit.

BIG Arsenal problems! Walcott out, Welbeck a doubt and NO Koscielny!

Just when it was looking like the injury tide was turning in the favour of Arsenal, with Theo Walcott and then Olivier Giroud coming back to full training with the squad and the hope of Laurent Koscielny coming back after the international break. And we seemed to have got away with no injury problems from this latest break, while tomorrow’s opponents Man United were dropping like flies.

Yeah right, as if Arsenal are going to be that lucky! United’s in form Spanish keeper David De Gea has miraculously recovered from a dislocated finger while Angel Di Maria has also been passed fit to play and they could also have a few of their first choice defenders back, with Phil Jones, Jonny Evans and Rafael all possible returnees.

Arsenal can have NO excuses against a weak Man United team

No Excuses! A must-win game against a weak Man United side by KM

Four years ago I made my only trip to London so far, with a promise that when I return it’ll be to see the mighty Arsenal play, and so it comes this Saturday I will be at the Emirates to see Arsenal play Manchester United in what used to be the Premier Leagues best match.

Now things have changed and Arsenal and United struggle to find their former selves, but as it stands Arsenal is in a better position than United. The pressure is on LVG to deliver after that whooping spending he did in the summer.

Why Man United may have wrecked Arsenal transfer plans!

This is just my theory, of course, but I think that Arsenal and Arsene Wenger have just suffered a real blow in the summer transfer busdiness and I lay the blame firmly at the feet of Man United. The Old Trafford club’s decision to pay way over the odds for Angel Di Maria is having knock-on effects and they are not in favour of the Gunners.

Arsenal move in on top striker as his club pursue replacement

Arsenal are reportedly said to be keen on bringing Edinson Cavani to The Emirates this summer, with Angel Di Maria’s protracted move holding the key. Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with the Manchester United target all summer, with Real Madrid all set to cash-in to recoup some of their transfer kitty back after a busy summer of new Galacticos.

Should Arsenal go for Di Maria, Sanchez or Griezmann?

Which wide player should Arsenal go for? by AT

Arsenal have been linked with Sanchez recently and it has become apparent that Di Maria is available to buy from Real Madrid at the right price. There is also the possibility of going for Griezmann considering how big a fan Wenger is of him. But which of the three do we choose?

Arsenal rumours 1st July – Di Maria, Florenzi and Balotelli

Now that the new shirt deal with PUMA has begun, Arsenal fans are expecting to see some announcements regarding the Gunners activity in the transfer market to go with the shirt unveiling, but as usual we shall have to wait longer than we want to!

Today has some interesting Arsenal rumours concerning some possible big-money signings, and the question of Mario Balotelli has again raised its ugly head. It seems his agent has confided that Super Mario should not be back in Italy, inferring that he should be back in the Premier League. Mino Raiola was quoted as saying on Rai Sport: “Winning the 2006 World Cup disguised the real problems in Italian football and today they are doing the same thing with Balotelli.

Cuadrado’s team mate dreading his transfer to Arsenal

One of the theories doing the rounds about what Arsenal are planning to this summer, involves signing a winger. With Sagna, Fabianski and possibly Vermaelen on their way out of the Emirates, it does not take a genius to figure out that a right back, keeper and central defender will be on the shopping list.

Another striker and a defensive midfielder are what every Arsenal expects, at the bare minimum, but the papers are reporting that Arsene Wenger is after a proper winger to add to Arsenal’s midfield players who all seem to prefer coming inside, except maybe Theo Walcott and he sees himself as a striker really.

Arsenal transfer contact over Di Maria denied by Real Madrid

No bid for Di Maria from Arsenal! by Ash

The transfer window may not be open yet but with the Christmas period soon to hit the big day and with January just around the corner, the transfer rumours are beginning to warm up and for Arsenal there are some very interesting results.

Is Lavezzi the striker Arsenal need to help Giroud?

Is Lavezzi a potential Arsenal target? by Ash

A few days back Arsenal were linked with a top class player in a transfer rumour that hasn’t entirely gone away since and such speculation has led to some speculation, wondering if this is a deal that Arsene Wenger could realistically pull off in January.

Paris St. Germain forward Ezequiel Lavezzi has been linked with a move away from France following on from the player’s amount of game time in the league this season. Such rumours have also linked him with the Premier League where he is yet to be tested, according to a few sources including Sky Sports.

Who are the players that Arsenal need to sign in January?

January transfer window by Rory

Arsenal are achieving their goal at the moment, sitting at top of the league with that 2 point gap ahead of Liverpool, whilst Man City, Tottenham and Man United are all 5+ points behind us. However we all know that we are lacking in squad depth. When we were losing against Man Utd our bench provided us with Bendtner…. Yes it had Gnabry but were there any other subs that would have made a huge difference?

Arsenal transfer news goes Ballistic with Ozil, Suarez, Di Maria and many more

Arsenal seem to have saved everything up for a big finish. After a vital victory in the north London derby, and the final confirmation of Gareth Bale’s transfer from Tottenham to Real Madrid, the floodgates have opened according to the media.

The transfer war chest that Arsenal fans have been waiting to get a glimpse of all summer, could soon be in full view, because the usually reliable Telegraph would have us believe that the Gunners are ready to splurge around £80 million.