Liverpool lost in last night’s Europa League final, mean they will go into the new season without European football of any sort, and that could play into the hands of Arsenal.
The Merseyside club lost to Seville 3-1 last night, after taking a 1-0 lead into the half-time break, and will be strongly disappointed to have ended the season with only an eighth place finish to boast of. .......Read the full article here
Danny Welbeck has been ruled out for the next nine months following the knee injury he picked up at the weekend, and Arsenal will surely have to sign one or two new strikers to cover for him.
We have been linked with a number of options, and while some of appear a little far-fetched, the possibility still remains. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal are claimed to be eyeing a bid to sign Daniel Sturridge from Liverpool this summer, but would they sell?
The Reds have relied on the English forward for goals since the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona two years ago, but his injuries have prevented him from having a real impact for the side. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger have not got very happy memories about the last time we tried to do a piece of transfer business with our Premier League rivals Liverpool. They could have just said no to the offer of £40,000,001.00 for their striker Luis Suarez but instead they spread it all over the press and both their owner and manager took great delight in slinging mud. .......Read the full article here
This would be great news for Arsenal FC and would give us Arsenal fans some great ammunition to fire at our counterparts on the red half of Merseyside in the banter wars over the summer and into next season, especially as it would be the second time in a couple of seasons that it happened and after the way they took the mickey about our transfer bid for Luis Suarez it would be ironic to say the least. .......Read the full article here
With the terrible record that Arsenal have had with various injury problems over the last few years, even this season after Arsene Wenger appointed two key fitness and medical experts to solve the problem, you would think perhaps that the club would try to avoid bringing in any more players that are injury prone. .......Read the full article here
The plot thickens as it is revealed by Roy Hodgson that the Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck is expected to be out of action for the next six months, after the Gunners were a little vaguer on how long in their official announcement. Welbeck had already been out of action since April when Arsenal.com revealed that he needed another operation on his knee. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has pulled his Arsenal team up from the Europa League positions by winning every single game they played in March, but he doesn’t want his team to have been put off by the interlull. He just wants to keep on winning! .......Read the full article here