The race to be top goalscorer of the Premier League is hotting up, and after looking at some of the best bookmakers odds, it now looks a great time to lay some money down on our main man Alexis Sanchez to land the prize. The Chilean has been in great form for us all season, and he is currently tied for the lead at the top of the table.
There have been Arsenal transfer rumours this summer that have linked the club with at least two of the players that ended up signing for our Premier League rivals Manchester United. A few reports put the Gunners in the list of clubs interested in Paul Pogba bot nobody in their right mind actually thought that Arsene Wenger would be going for that mega money deal.
One of the criticisms that some Arsenal fans have had of Arsene Wenger for years is that the Frenchman did not appear to have a plan B, tactically speaking, or that he was just too set on Arsenal playing the fluent and entertaining sort of passing game that we have become famous for under the prof.
There really is no way of knowing what is really going on behind the scenes at a football club when it comes to potential transfer deals, and it is not just the Arsenal boss who works very hard to keep his cards close to his chest and the media just guessing about his plans.
This summer is likely to be a busy one in North-London, with three exits already confirmed, and a string of others likely to follow.
I know that the transfer window is not officially open yet but that does not mean that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal should not already be working hard behind the scenes to bring in the top players that we need to make sure that the Gunners do not suffer another faltering title challenge next season.
This latest development on one of the many Arsenal transfer rumours doing the rounds could be just the tonic that the disappointed and disgruntled Arsenal fans need at the end of another season without the Premier League trophy. The reasons for the latest failure by Arsenal have been and will continue to be the subject of heavy debate but one thing I think we can all agree on is that the lack of goals compared to the amount of possession and chances was a major factor.
He could hardly give Arsenal a bigger come on unless he was pictured eating Arsenal themed chocolate in a red and white top while holding on to a picture of Arsene Wenger while having GTID tattooed onto his knuckles, but will that be enough to actually see Zlatan Ibrahimovic playing for Arsenal next season?