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.
Leicester City’s N’Golo Kante is one of the hottest properties in English football currently, and he has supposedly set his sights on a move to Arsenal.
The 25 year-old has been strongly linked with both Manchester City and us in recent months, and new reports claim that Pep Guardiola has opted against his signature, leaving the Gunners at the front of the queue.
It looks almost certain now that Arsene Wenger will have to appoint a new player as the captain of Arsenal Football Club in the summer, even though the current holder of the position Mikel Arteta is fit to play again and the boss reckons that he could still do a job on the pitch at 34 years of age.
Alexis Sanchez is claimed to have told his agent to try and secure him a move to Manchester City this summer. The Sky Blues are set to be taken over by Pep Guardiola this summer, the manager who signed Alexis Sanchez for Barcelona previously.