Arsenal bosses have agreed a new shirt deal with Adidas for next season, doubling their income for the next five years.
The Gunners have agreed a £60 Million per season deal with the shirt giants, doubling their previous deal with Puma worth only half of that amount. This is claimed to lead to an increase in funds available for Unai Emery to add to his squad this season, but where will he spend it? .......Read the full article here
The Wenger-out camp has finally got its wish and Arsenal fans are about to head into a Premier League season with a new manager for the first time in over twenty years. .......Read the full article here
The longer the Aaron Ramsey decision on a new Arsenal contract rumbles on, the more likely it is that he will be leaving, and with Danny Welbeck also entering the last year of his contract they are both expected to be moved on in the next couple of weeks. .......Read the full article here
Its time to SELL, LOAN and BUY again! by Brighton Manyex
Last season has been the most forgettable one…why? Because it was poor and what caused it to be so was undoubtedly the type of players Mr Wenger had to endure. .......Read the full article here
Former Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has warned Unai Emery that losing Jack Wilshere will be a huge blow, and that he will be held responsible when the decision proves to be an error. .......Read the full article here
Could be a decent change for Arsenal. by Sean O’Hara
Arsenal have been linked with everyone on the planet once again, but now we have a new a structure in place where everyone has job to do behind the scenes whether it be recruiting, hiring or scouting, Arsenal have been making great moves to make sure the club comes first instead of a one man band. .......Read the full article here
Paul Merson has claimed that Mikel Arteta and Max Allegri should be overlooked by Arsenal in favour of Brendan Rodgers.
The Gunners are on the lookout for their first new manager in over two decades, and are believed to be confident of wrapping up their chase before June’s World Cup in Russia, and there is plenty of speculation on who will be chosen to take us into the new campaign. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal play host to Burnley today in the last home match of the season, and Arsene Wenger will be waving goodbye to a home crowd for the last time.
The Frenchman is making his long-awaited exit from the club after 21 years in charge, and there is expected to be a ceremony after the match-up in his honour. .......Read the full article here