Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright believes that Mesut Ozil is pushing for a move to Manchester United, and the thought ‘frightens’ him. The German international is inside the final year of his Gunners contract at present, and is strongly linked with the exit door.
Ian Wright has labelled Alexandre Lacazette a ‘predator’, and states that he should start every Arsenal match.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has previously overlooked the French striker when naming his starting line-up to take on the bigger teams in the division, and with close rivals Spurs coming up this weekend, there is calls that he should be given the nod for the crunch match.
Ian Wright has claimed that Arsenal should consider playing without both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
The Gunners earned a hard-fought draw away to Chelsea this weekend, in a match they very-well could have won, and the intriguing part is that neither of our so-called key men started the match.
Ian Wright has claimed that if he was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, he would be considering whether staying at Arsenal was best for his career.
The 24 year-old joined from Southampton back in 2011 in a reported £15 Million deal, and has been in-and-out of the first-team ever since.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has urged for Stan Kroenke to give up the reigns of the club, with Alisher Usmanov coming in with a monster bid.
The Gunners have just endured their worst campaign since Arsene Wenger took over as boss back in 1996, although their campaign can seemingly be saved with a last-ditch entry to the Champions League, as well as having the FA Cup final to play out.
Ian Wright believes that Arsenal defender Rob holding deserves to be ahead of both Shkodran Mustafi and Gabriel Paulista.
The Gunners signed both Mustafi and Holding last summer for contrasting values, with the former costing a whopping £35 Million, compared to only £2.5 Million for the young Englishman.
Arsenal Legend Thinks Arsenal Fans Should Keep Protesting!
After a disappointing season across all competitions for Arsenal, the old debate of should Arsene Wenger leave the club has arisen once again. As ever it seems that Arsenal fans are forever split on the matter, although things do seem to be falling slightly out of Wenger’s favour, as protests continue to happen at the stadium and on social media.
It was revealed by Martin Keown earlier today that he believed that the hardness of the pitches in Arsenal’s training ground is one of the causes why the Gunners get more injuries than any other side in the Premiership, and now another Arsenal old-boy has come out in support of his view.