If these latest Arsenal transfer rumours are right, then the Gunners are one of a number of teams that are interested in the transfer of the out of favour Man City star Yaya Toure, who seems to have been completely frozen out by their new manager Pep Guardiola.
A draw would have been a good result for Arsenal as well, but if either of the top two teams was to win I think that the best thing from an Arsenal point of view was a win for Tottenham, even if we really do not like our north London rivals, and it appears that Arsene Wenger feels the same way.
While things are looking pretty flippin’ good from an Arsenal point of view right now, with a decent draw against Reading at home for the next round of the EFL cup as well as a good chance of topping our Champions League group and winning the last four Premier League games in a row, the Gunners are still faced with the worrying fact that we are still five points behind the current league leaders.
There are quite a few positive factors to encourage Arsenal fans about the prospect of Arsene Wenger making the Spanish international striker Nolito his second Arsenal transfer of the summer after Granit Xhaka. The main one of these is the fact that the president of his current La Liga club Celta Vigo has admitted that he expects the fiorward to leave.
Clubs can’t keep their eyes of Bellerin!
Just when Arsenal thought they had shaken off the interest from other clubs in trying to sign Hector Bellerin, it seems that there is still plenty more to do if The Gunners are to hang on to one of the club’s most promising players.
Incoming Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is claimed to have made Jack Wilshere his top target this summer.
The midfielder is our club’s only player to earn a place in Roy Hodgson’s England squad, and impressed when coming off the bench in their last warm-up match against Portugal.
THE SEASON THAT ARSENAL MUST BE THE DIFFERENT ANIMAL IS 2016/17 by NO
The Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta was given a one-year extension by Arsene Wenger last summer, but only managed to make two starts in the whole campaign due to ongoing injury problems. He still made good use of the year by studying for his coaching exams and working with the youth sides to gain extra experience on the coaching side.