Chambers, Jenkinson, Debuchy and Bellerin? What should Arsene do? By Galen
This battle between two of our current Arsenal players could have much wider repercussions. First of all, however, both Carl Jenkinson and Calum Chambers will be hoping that the England under 21 coach Gareth Southgate puts them in his starting line up tonight.
There are six weeks to go before Arsenal play there first pre-season game in Singapore, but there are a few other tournaments this summer to give us our regular fix of Arsenal players in action, and to take our minds of the interminable transfer rumours!
How can Arsenal transform into a title winning team this summer!! by RPK
Hello fellow gunners, what do you think will differentiate between a good and an excellent transfer window for Arsenal in the summer transfer window?
First let us think about the areas where we need to strengthen and the players that are available.
Now that Arsene Wenger has nearly a full squad of players available as Arsenal’s injury list has improved drastically, Le Prof seems to have two great players available for nearly every position on the pitch which must give him a headache on match-days.
Arsene Wenger has been stockpiling classy midfielders at Arsenal as if they are going out of fashion, and they all seem to have played on the wing this season! It is pretty clear that we do no need an additions in that area, and Wenger has cited that reason for not challenging Man United to the signing of Memphis Depay.
Following a lot of speculation over the future of Carl Jenkinson, the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has stated that he wishes to retain the services of the young full-back, but he is unsure whether he will return to Arsenal for next season or the one after.
There has been masses of debates about whether Arsenal should sell Carl Jenkinson this summer after the meteoric rise in form of our youngster Hector Bellerin. The young Spaniard was thrown in at the deep end when Matthieu Debuchy got injured early in the season (along with the rest of our defenders!) but he has performed more than admirably in defence as well as attack.