A whole host of Arsenal players are being linked with a move away from the club this summer, but which of those do we need to keep?
Arsene Wenger has moved to praise his attacking players Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud following their win over Southampton last night, before defending his players character following a tough few months.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has admitted that he remains shocked that he was overlooked for Premier League Goal of the Month award for January.
The Frenchman scored an amazing acrobatic goal, described as a scorpion goal, where he manages to beat the keeper despite the ball being played into him awkwardly.
For years Arsenal fans have been crying out for a top striker to arrive at the club, and this summer looks certain to be our best chance of doing just that.
This coming close-season is set to see a number of Europe’s biggest talents moving clubs.
Arsenal make the daunting trip across London to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge today, in a match that could all but end our title aspirations.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud refused to lose confidence whilst being forced to sit on the bench to accommodate Alexis Sanchez in his favoured role.
The Chilean forward filled in at centre-forward at the beginning of the season while the Frenchman was yet to return from international duty, and excelled in the role.
Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette is said to be keen on moving clubs, but should Arsenal shell out the big-money fee needed to land him?
The 25 year-old has scored 20 goals in his 24 appearances in all competitions this season, continuing his fine goalscoring record since the 2013-14 season, proving to be one of the most prolific goalscorers in Europe’s top leagues.
Everybody is talking about Diego Costa’s supposed protests with Chelsea, and Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud has even been prompted to comment on the subject.
The French striker is in impressive form at present, having scored in each of his four starts this season, made especially eye-opening considering he has kept his form and professionalism in the highest regard despite being forced to sit on the bench for the majority of the campaign.