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.
Arsenal have had a big boost in their bid to sign Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City, with the Foxes boss ruling out a move to Roma.
The Algerian international was previously speculated as close to a move to the Giallorossi, and a date was even claimed to have been made for his medical, but Craig Shakespeare has ruled out such a switch.
Arsenal topped the London table for revenue for the 2016-17 season, out-earning Premier League’s top two of Chelsea and Tottenham.
The Gunners endured their worst league campaign of Arsene Wenger’s reign, and will now be forced to miss out on Champions League football for next season, but did manage to finish the season with an FA Cup trophy.
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.
Arsenal lost yesterday’s North London Derby to Tottenham yesterday, but on harsh terms. Spurs took a 2-0 home win on Sunday to end all hopes of a 22nd consecutive St Totteringham’s Day celebration, thanks to goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane.
Arsenal make the shortest of trips across North London to take on big rivals Spurs with both sides scrapping for points.
Tottenham are currently in a two-horse race to win the Premier League this season, sitting only four points behind fellow London rivals Chelsea, with only five matches remaining. Arsenal on the other hand are in a four-way battle to cement their place in the top-four, and currently sit five points behind Man City in fourth.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has talked out about his expectations for Sunday’s last ever North London Derby at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham Hotspur will be moving to Wembley Stadium next season whilst there new home is being completed, meaning this Sunday will be the last derby encounter inside the stadium.
Arsene Wenger has decisions to make ahead of Sunday’s crunch tie between Arsenal and rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The Gunners boss has recently opted to follow the lead of table-toppers Chelsea and revert to a 3-4-2-1 formation, in order to give his defence extra cover as they look to save their campaign.