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Arsenal boss hails Maitland-Niles as the ‘future’, but what about Kolasinac?

Ashley Maitland-Niles has become a first-team regular in recent months and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hailed him as ‘the future’, but does he deserve to be first-choice?

The young defender has impressed heavily since breaking into Wenger’s key plans, and the youngster has spoken out about his emergence through the ranks.

Arsenal boss Wenger hoping for quick return for Sead Kolasinac

Sead Kolasinac limped off during Arsenal’s win over Swansea today but Arsene Wenger is hoping he is fit to return as early as next week.

The Bosnian international has been an immediate hit in North London since joining on a free transfer this summer, and will be a huge miss should he fall foul of injury.

Impressive Arsenal earn deserved win over Swansea

Arsenal battled back from a goal behind to pick up all three points at home to Swansea today.

The Swans came into the match with a sturdy defensive record away from the Liberty Stadium in the Premier League, and it looked like they may be able to utilise that into a win at half-time, but our boys were not going to give up any points without a fight.

Injury boost: Arsenal defender fit to take on Watford

Arsenal make the short trip to Vicarage Road to take on Watford in Saturday’s evening match-up, and we have some doubts coming into the game.

We are set to take on the Hornets without senior defenders Laurent Koscielny, Shkodran Mustafi and Per Mertesacker, and this match will be no guaranteed win. If a guarantee is what you need you should try out Team Profit who provide Match Betting solutions.

Does Arsenal’s Kolasinac inflict fear on opponents?

David Luiz was sent off for a disgusting lunging tackle on Arsenal’s Sead Kolasinac on Sunday, and former Chelsea coach Ray Wilkins claim it was due to fear.

The Gunners travelled to Stamford Bridge on Sunday with may pundits ruling out any chance of us coming away with any points whatsoever, but we earned a hard-fought 0-0 draw, and will feel like we could have come come away with more.

Did Arsene Wenger really believe two signings would be enough?

Arsenal have signed only two players this summer to the first-team squad after finishing a disappointing fifth placed last year, and this is simply not good enough.

Prior to manager Arsene Wenger signing a new two-year deal in the close-season, reports claimed that he was tasked with moving quickly in the transfer window to have a squad worthy of challenging for the Premier League title, and that simply has not happened.

New Arsenal signing admits communication problems

New summer signing Sead Kolasinac has given an interview to Arsenal’s official platform Arsenal Player, revealing that he is enjoying getting to know his team-mates, but is struggling a little with his English understanding.