The race to be top goalscorer of the Premier League is hotting up, and after looking at some of the best bookmakers odds, it now looks a great time to lay some money down on our main man Alexis Sanchez to land the prize. The Chilean has been in great form for us all season, and he is currently tied for the lead at the top of the table.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a sly dig at Arsenal following their League Cup final win over Southampton on Sunday.
Manchester United raced into a 2-0 lead in the first-half at Wembley yesterday, thanks to the officials unfairly denying Manolo Gabbiadini, but the Saints refused to roll over.
Manchester United play host to Arsenal on Saturday afternoon, so we thought we’d take a look into our opponents squad.
We obviously come into the match in top form, having not lost since the opening weekend of the season, while our rivals are not blessed with much of the same.
Many reports are circling claiming that we have deals in place, but for me, nothing is concrete until it is announced.
Granit Xhaka has long-been linked with a switch to Arsenal this summer, with personal terms already said to have been agreed. Latest speculation claims we are not willing to meet the asking price of the midfielder, which is supposedly delaying the deal.
This summer is likely to be a busy one in North-London, with three exits already confirmed, and a string of others likely to follow.
Paul Merson has recommended Jermain Defoe to Arsenal for the upcoming transfer window, but for me that is a complete no-no.
The 33 year-old has enjoyed an exciting end to the Premier League season, helping his Sunderland side to escape from the relegation zone with a huge upturn in form.
Arsenal are claimed to be ready to offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic a two-year contract, to make the move from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Most Arsenal fans will probably be hoping for more than one new forward to arrive at the club during the summer transfer window, but we have become a wearily realistic bunch and not a lot of us are that optimistic anymore. If Arsene Wenger is only going to sign one striker before the start of next season, however, he needs to make it a good one.