Former Arsenal youth Fabrice Muamba has urge his former side to bring Blaise Matuidi to the Emirates this summer.
Muamba had his career ended prematurely after suffering cardiac arrest whilst on the football pitch during an FA Cup match between his then side Bolton and Tottenham Hotspur. It’s somewhat of a miracle that he survived the incident, and is now looking at returning to the game in a coaching aspect. .......Read the full article here
Julian Draxler will join Paris Saint-Germain when the winter transfer window opens next week, but should Arsenal have tried harder to sign the star?
The winger has been on our watch-list for some time now, with Arsene Wenger believed to be a keen admirer of the forward’s ability, and we could have had a strong chance of signing him this winter. .......Read the full article here
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. .......Read the full article here
Paris Saint-Germain are claimed to be ready to pull out all the stops to finally bring Arsene Wenger in from Arsenal this summer.
The French giants are struggling in Ligue 1 this term under Unai Emery, who joined from Seville to take over from Laurent Blanc in the summer, and they now find themselves in the battle to return to the top of the table. .......Read the full article here
It would be just about typical of the way things go for Arsenal in the Champions League if we were to rest all of the key players like Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil for the final group game away to Basel, only for PSG to mess up and fail to win at home to Ludogorets Razgrad. .......Read the full article here
Former England internationals Steven Gerrard and Rio Ferdinand have moved to share their disappointment at Aaron Ramsey’s supposed play-acting in Arsenal’s Champions League encounter with Paris Saint-Germain last night. .......Read the full article here
‘There is no reason to panic’ is what the Arsenal boss said in his comments after watching the Gunners pegged back to a 2-2 draw in the crucial Champions League home tie against PSG last night. Well I am sorry Mister Wenger but I have to disagree with your words reported by Arsenal.com and not because the result means that we are almost certainly going to be in the runners up pot for the 7th year in a row when the knockout draw is made. .......Read the full article here
Paris Saint-Germain travel to London to take on Arsenal tonight, in a match which should decide who wins their respective Champions League group.
The French side come into the game with much improved form having won 10 of their last 12 matches in all competitions, having started the campaign out of sorts. The last time we took on PSG they had a draw and a loss coming into the game, and will be much more confident for the rematch. .......Read the full article here