Arsenal have held ‘extensive talks‘ over a move to sign Steven N’Zonzi from Seville this summer supposedly, but would he improve our strongest XI?
Jim White has claimed that Alexis Sanchez is not the sort of player to demand a transfer away from Arsenal, and expected him to still be here come September 1.
The Chilean has been linked with the exit door for over 12 months now, having failed to agree terms over a new deal in talks since before last season.
Jadon Sancho is claimed to be keen on a switch to Arsenal this summer, with a Manchester City insider admitting the club is scared he will force a move to us.
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has been urged to make the move to Arsenal or Tottenham Hotspur this summer, not Manchester City.
The England international is expected to move clubs in the coming window, having failed to agree terms over a new contract extension, and the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City have all been linked.
This weekend should put an end to the Premier League campaign until August, but there is a possible play-off on the cards for Arsenal.
Our side moved to within one point of Liverpool, and three of Manchester City, and are hoping to claw their way back inside the top four at the finishing line.
Arsenal closed the gap on the top-four of the Premier League last night with a win over Southampton, but is there any chance we can make it?
Our side climbed to within four points of Liverpool, who have played a match more than us currently, as well as us sitting three points behind Manchester City.
Arsenal went on a winning run to overcome Spurs in second at the tail-end of last season when the pressure was off, but can they play with a care-free attitude now?
Manchester City just won 5-0 against Crystal Palace to move joint-third with Liverpool, who both sit on 39 points, leaving our side nine points behind whilst having played two matches less.
The Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has insisted that the fans helped his side to overcome Manchester City at Wembley this weekend, whilst admitting that the players have been letting down Arsene Wenger this term. The Gunners are enduring a tough season, with fans moving to protest against manager Wenger on a number of occasions, but everyone rallied around yesterday to ensure victory in the Cup.