Arsenal are currently on course for consecutive seasons outside the Premier League’s top four, and are firmly expected to continue to rebuild their squad this summer in order to end that sequence.
Jack Wilshere is well into the final year of his contract currently, and has so far failed to agree new terms to extend his stay at Arsenal.
The midfielder has been a Gunner his whole career, and had he never sustained any injuries, he would no doubt be our captain and main midfield star.
With just 14 games to go before the Premier League ends for another few month, the top teams are now preparing to do battle for the top four places to secure Champions League football next season.
Jurgen Klopp has claimed that Arsenal will be forced to change their preferred tactics against Liverpool thanks to Olivier Giroud’s absence.
The German boss has stated that Arsene Wenger usually fields Giroud to cause his defenders problems, and that the Gunners will now be forced to try and play in an unfavoured set-up due to the star’s absence.
Andres Iniesta is claimed to have told Barcelona’s club bosses not to sign Philippe Coutinho or Mesit Ozil.
The Catalan giants have been heavily linked with a move to sign the Brazilian, with him supposedly being eyed as the replacement for the departed Neymar, who left in astonishing fashion to join Paris Saint-Germain in a world-record transfer deal.
Chelsea travel to Anfield tomorrow to take on Liverpool in the Premier League, and most Arsenal fans will be hoping to see plenty of injuries, but which result is most favourable for us?
Manchester United travel to Anfield this weekend to take on Liverpool, but which result would benefit Arsenal most?
The Red Devils currently sit joint-top of the Premier League table, alongside fellow Manchester club Man City, with the pair leading both Chelsea and the Gunners by six points.
Arsenal’s fixture with Liverpool has been moved to Christmas Eve despite protest about the change.
The Reds were scheduled to travel to the Emirates on Saturday the 23rd, although Sky had yet to make their decision on which matches would be moved for television purposes, and the Gunners were asked if they would be able to accommodate the fixture move to the following day.