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Arsenal to challenge Spurs in chase for goalscoring winger

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are in the hunt to sign Quincy Promes from Spartak Moscow this summer.

The winger has been consistent in front of goal at club level over the past four years, scoring over 10 league goals in each season, notching up 55 league goals in total.

Tottenham close in on long-term Arsenal target

Have Arsenal missed a trick on Wanyama?

News has been breaking in the past few days about the developments surrounding Southampton star Victor Wanyama’s potential move away from the South Coast of England this summer. Arsenal had supposedly held an interest in the midfielder in the past and could have even been a possible destination for the Kenyan a few seasons back. This was before Coquelin’s return to the club, but now the player is looking likely to sign for Spurs, so did Arsenal miss a trick by not signing Wanyama?

Arsenal emerge in race to sign Tottenham strike target

Arsenal are the latest name to be linked with a move to sign Fulham’s Moussa Dembele on a free transfer this summer.

The 19 year-old’s contract is set to expire at the end of the month, and looks unlikely to sign an extension, despite a big-money contract supposedly on the table by his current club.

How Arsenal EPL and UCL fixtures compare to rivals’

I am not going to complain too much about the way that the Arsenal fixture schedule has worked out, because it has been a lot worse for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners in the past. We do still have the possibility of the Premier League and the TV companies making it hard for us and we do not know which teams Arsenal will be facing on the Champions League games, but for now it is looking pretty friendly for Arsenal.

Arsenal to blame for England’s faltering Euro 2016 hopes?

Even though there was a positive cameo performance from the Arsenal and England international star Jack Wilshere on Saturday night, the 24-year old Gunner was unlucky to see the goal he set up chalked off for offside, correctly, and it all ended in disappointment for Wilshere and the other England players as Russia scored a late goal to claim an unlikely point.

Arsenal and Wilshere boosted by sloppy England showing

I am well aware that in the modern global phenomenon that football has become, a great many Arsenal fans are not based in England. As we see from the readers on this one Arsenal fans’ website there are Gonners in every corner of the world and they feel the pain and pleasure that comes from following Arsenal just as much as those of us that are English.

Arsenal finish Top of the League that matters to Silent Stan!

There is a very strange twist of fate here for the Arsenal fans that are annoyed that the Gunners did not win the Premier League title this season, but it is a fact that will definitely keep our major shareholder Stan Kroenke very happy.

Arsenal v Aston Villa review – Giroud hat-trick and Arteta goal cap another St. Totteringham’s day

With about 30 minutes left of the final Arsenal home game, what had looked like being a great day for the Gunners was going pear shaped, as our north London rivals Tottenham had pulled a goal back away to Newcastle to make it 2-1, while Arsenal had failed to capitalise on a great early headed goal by Olivier Giroud and Aston Villa were threatening to equalise.