Arsenal coasted to a 3-1 win over AC Milan on Thursday night using a 4-3-3 formation to ensure qualification to the last eight of the competition, but will Wenger look to continue with that system?
The English midfielder Jack Wilshere spent the first six months of this season begging Arsene Wenger to talk to him about a contract extension at Arsenal, but the Boss kept putting him off by saying that he would talk to him before the January transfer window despite Wilshere making it clear that he never wanted to play for any other team but Arsenal.
Aaron Ramsey is into the final 18 months of his contract, but is yet to sign a new deal with his current club Arsenal.
Talks are believed to be on the cards for the Welshman, who has been one of the club’s better performers throughout the season, and is expected to get a nice bump up in the wage structure.
Arsene Wenger has stated that he has worries over the fitness of Aaron Ramsey following his groin injury, and is unlikely to field him in the League Cup final come Sunday.
The Welshman has been amongst our most consistent performers this season, and bagged his first senior hat/trick this month also, but has failed to feature since due to a groin issue.
I know it’s only February and we hate to overdo it on the transfer front outside the actual transfer windows, but there is a number of stories which are popping up regarding Arsenal.
Jack Wilshere is well into the final year of his contract currently, and has so far failed to agree new terms to extend his stay at Arsenal.
The midfielder has been a Gunner his whole career, and had he never sustained any injuries, he would no doubt be our captain and main midfield star.
Lee Dixon has claimed that Jack Wilshere should be the first name on the Arsenal team-sheet for the crunch encounter with Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon, and having had a bet on the Gunners using my wm 2018 wetten bonus code I hope for once that the Boss gets the team selection right. The Gunners travel across North London to take on their noisy neighbours, and Arsene Wenger may have some tough decisions to make for this crucial encounter.
Arsene Wenger revealed plenty of information on his upcoming line-up to face Tottenham Hotspur, and it pretty much leaves just one spot up for grabs.
The Gunners will make the short trip across North London to Wembley on Saturday to take on their noisy neighbours, and will be full of confidence after their 5-1 demolition of Everton only last week with their new-look attack out in full force.