There have been a growing number of Arsenal transfer rumours about the possible departure from the Emirates of key players such as Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil as well the manager Arsene Wenger, which is not really surprising when you consider the pressure and the protests from the Arsenal fans about our recent struggles on the pitch in all competitions.
But we have already heard from the likes of Ozil this week that the reports of him leaving and being fed up of working under the Frenchman are false and a report in The Mirror explains that the reason for this may be that Wenger has finally accepted that the current Arsenal squad needs a major overhaul and he plans to do just that in the summer.
So the report explains that some of the underperforming current Arsenal players like Per Mertesacker and the aging Gunners like Mikel Arteta, Mathieu Flamini and Tomas Rosicky will all be moved out and replaced with some top talent. And the report claims that these plans have convinced the likes of Ozil and our Chilean forward that Wenger is the man to spearhead a progression at the club and a more sustained Premier League title challenge next season.
Good news or bad news Gooners?