Martin Keown has claimed that Aaron Ramsey and Granit Xhaka are keeping Jack Wilshere out of contention for Arsenal at present, but can he force his manager to consider him?
The former Gunners youth product has long been considered a future captain of our side, but has looked like an exit could be on the cards in recent seasons. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal have announced their makeshift team for the Carabao Cup encounter with Doncaster Rovers.
As expected, Arsene Wenger has given chances to a number of fringe players, although a good balance of experience and youth is starting in today’s line-up. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has claimed that Jack Wilshere is nearing his best at present, but his Arsenal contract remains in its final year.
The midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season, and having been linked with the exit door for over a year now, looks more likely to leave then sign a new deal. .......Read the full article here
Jack Wilshere is claimed to have called time on his stay as an Arsenal player, with an exit speculated to be on the cards. .......Read the full article here
Jack Wilshere has hinted at a possible stay at Arsenal this summer, but does he have a role to play?
The midfielder spent most of last season on loan with Bournemouth, before having his spell cut-short due to an injury (surprise). .......Read the full article here
Arsenal have brought in only two players so far in the close-season, while at least one more is expected to join, but which players are still believed to be leaving the club? .......Read the full article here
Arsenal’s Joel Campbell has picked up an injury whilst on international duty with Costa Rica, and will now miss out on a huge chunk of the new campaign. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal fans are resigned to losing Jack Wilshere this summer, but where could he go?
The England international has been rather downbeat when talking about the Gunners this term, which is a strange stance to come from a player widely considered to be ‘Arsenal through-and-through’. .......Read the full article here