The Premier League season is finally over, and the rumour mill is kicking up some dust already, so we thought we’d take a look at our potential starting XI, should such rumours prove to be true…
Arsenal are closing in on the signatures of Swansea City and Borussia Monchengladbach’s club captains this summer.
The Gunners have been linked with the Swiss midfielder’s arrival over the past few months, and he recently said his goodbyes to the club after their final league fixture. Xhaka was seen hugging his coaching staff, and was given a standing ovation by the club’s fans, and is firmly expected to leave this summer.
Now we are approaching the end of the season and the transfer window is approaching rapidly, it is time to check out which of the numerous Arsenal transfer rumours are likely to be the most true.
Welcome back Flamini by Quo Gooner
I am wondering if I am the only Arsenal fan who thinks that Flamini coming back to us could be a blessing in disguise. I was gutted when he left and have always thought we have needed that sort of player for ages. Let us welcome him back and give him a chance to bring a bit of steel into this team.
The inevitable has happened once again with two more players rejecting Arsenal’s approach, showing just how unattractive this club is to players nowadays. The latest two players to push away Arsenal’s interest are Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema and rather surprisingly Swansea’s Ashley Williams.
Moves for Williams and Richards back on once again? by Ash
Who to replace Koscielny? by Ash
In the 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa, which humiliated everyone associated with Arsenal alike, we picked up a few issues. Firstly we cannot go without noticing the injuries that were picked up from that game, to add to the many first team players we already have ruled out.
The signings Wenger must make! by Steve
This is my first article for Just Arsenal but after what seems to be the longest and most convoluted transfer window in our history I thought I’d take a look at the areas of the squad which need to be improved. For the purpose of this article I will assume that we are playing the 4-2-3-1 formation Wenger prefers.