Arsenal have been linked with a deal to sign Shkodran Mustafi for a number of weeks now, and the deal is now said to be in the balance.
Valencia are claimed to have raised their asking price to £50 Million for the German international, which will certainly not be paid by the Gunners, but they are working on their own deal to sign Pedro from Chelsea. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has made a vow to the Arsenal fans this week that there will be another centre back added to the playing staff before the end of the summer transfer window. While the Frenchman has previously pleaded for patience and understanding of how hard it is to get the right players in, this confidence is certainly a turnaround so perhaps it is because he is already on the verge of completing a deal. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal are claimed to have been offered the chance to sign Valencia defender Aymen Abdennour, instead of defensive partner Shkodran Mustafi.
The Gunners were forced to field an inexperienced pairing at centre-back this week, and were severely punished by Liverpool, who in turn put four goals past us. .......Read the full article here
The transfer of Shkodran Mustafi to Arsenal will not be done in time for the Germany international centre back to help the Gunners get the Premier League season off to a good start against Liverpool on Sunday, but it will hopefully mean that the talented defender will be lining up against the EPL champions Leicester City in our second league match next weekend, after Metro reported that his agent has confirmed that an agreement was in place between the Gunners and the his client. .......Read the full article here
We all know that Arsene Wenger likes to plan for the future, and even though his current contract with Arsenal is due to run out at the end of next season I do not expect that to change. Even last month when the January transfer window gave the Frenchman a brilliant opportunity to sign some players with the specific idea of boosting the chances of winning the Premier League this season, he seemed to spend as much time and effort getting the two teenage prospects from Nigeria as he did on the first team. .......Read the full article here
Remember a few weeks ago, Arsenal fans, when the new manager of West Ham issued us with a stark warning that we would find his team an impossible nut to crack when they turned up at the Emirates stadium next Sunday for our opening game of the new Premier League season? .......Read the full article here
None of us really know what Arsene Wenger is planning for Arsenal on the transfer front this summer, but we can hazard an educated guess. It looks like the deal to bring in a top quality keeper is almost wrapped up and the football media are expecting an official announcement on the signing of Petr Cech from Chelsea very soon. .......Read the full article here
And you thought that Arsenal had bad luck with injuries! Well we do, but you have to feel a bit sorry for our Premier League opponents on Saturday, because West Ham, who were already missing two of their front line in Carlton Cole and Andy Carroll, have now a lost a third striker to one of those bizarre injuries that must have a manager tearing his hair out. .......Read the full article here