Arsenal are being tipped for a manic transfer window this summer following an enduring campaign, and for once our club may well be as active as expected.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that he and his club are following the progress of Kylian Mbappe this season.
The Frenchman was speaking to the Ligue 1 official Youtube Channel, and confirmed that he was keeping close tabs on Monaco youngster Mbappe, who is flourishing this season.
Arsene Wenger claimed that his current range of options up front are better than that of his Invincibles squad which dominated the Premier League back in 2004, but are they?
The Frenchman claimed that the likes of Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry, Robin Van Persie, Sylvain Wiltord and Roberto Pires could not live up to the battle with the current crop.
Thierry Henry has claimed that Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are the future of Arsenal Football Club.
The duo are nearing the final 18 months of their contracts at present, and despite talks having begun on an extension during last season, nothing is yet to be signed.
Olivier Giroud has been singled out for his performance in Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Sunderland today.
The French striker made his return from injury, coming on from the bench with the scores tied at 1-1. Giroud is on the pitch a matter of minutes before making an impact, scoring with a sublime volley with his first touch of the ball.
Arsenal Legends will be taking on Milan Glorie in September in what looks to be a star-studded event.
The North-London side have persuaded a number of the best players over the past two decades to participate in the match, which looks to be a must-watch for any hardcore Arsenal fan.
It is hardly surprising to hear that the former Arsenal and France international star Thierry Henry thinks that a Player like Jamie Vardy should jump at the chance to play for the Gunners, as the Frenchman has made no secret of his love for our great club, with which he is once again involved in a coaching role.
The Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is well aware of Jack Wilshere’s latent talent as a fiery midfielder, but he is worried that his long absence from the game through injury means that he will not be ready to set Europe on fire in France next month, as a lack of competitive football may be his undoing.