Arsenal have enjoyed all of Saturday’s Premier League results, and go into Sunday’s match as huge favourites to grab all three points, but something feels too good to be true…
January is not expected to be a busy month of transfers for Arsenal, but that has not stopped the rumours from circulating.
Arsene Wenger has played down the hopes of us bringing in any new players, but he may well have just been trying to soften the blow of not landing any of his targets, instead of ruling out trying to strengthen at all.
Wolfsburg winger Julian Draxler has confirmed he talking to two clubs about a potential January transfer, but are Arsenal one of them?
The Gunners have been linked with the German international for some time now, with Arsene Wenger believed to have made him a long-term target, and he looks near-certain to leave his current club next month.
I think that, if pushed, on what was best from an Arsenal point of view from the Premier League match at Old Trafford, Arsene Wenger may well have gone for a draw between Manchester United and Tottenham. But for us fans I think that our local rivals losing was even better.
Jack Wilshere admitted that it would feel strange to see his parent club Arsenal will the Premier League title without him.
The Gunners climbed up to second in the league table this weekend thanks to the help of Jack Wilshere’s on loan side Bournemouth, who earned a hard-fought win over Liverpool on Sunday.
I know that a lot of Arsenal fans are sick of hearing about the remarkable record of Arsene Wenger getting the Gunners into the Champions League every season as we have never gone on to lift the European cup and in recent years have got no further than the first knockout stage and neither have we managed to finish on top of the Premier League.
The top four in the table increased their hold on their Champions League spots this weekend with wins, but some people are still discrediting Arsenal as serious challengers for top spot.
Chelsea continued their extremely impressive form by beating Fifth-placed Tottenham from a goal behind yesterday, piling further pressure on our side today, and we responded in tremendous fashion.
We are less than six weeks away from the January transfer window, and we thought we’d bring you a little insight into the latest Arsenal gossip. We refuse to overload you with pure speculation, but you never know which of these stories will prove to be true.