With Arsenal we usually expect them to make immediate announcements on new arrivals as soon as transfer window opens, or facing long drawn out sagas and haggling that normally stretch on until the very last days of the window. Well let’s hope all that has changed now under the new regime and we have already identified our prime targets and are making them happen quickly.
The BBC’s David Ornstein is usually known as the oracle when it comes to inside knowledge of the inner workings at Arsenal, so it is definitely worth listening when he starts talking about possible summer business.
Bayern Munich are showing increased interest in two of Arsenal’s most exciting youngster and the club have moved fast to thwart the German giants.
Youngsters Tyreece John-Jules, 18, and Xavier Amaechi, 18, are the players in question and contract talks have begun with the pair in a bid to tie them down to new long term deals.
Arsenal and Chelsea face off in the Europa League final in just 12 days time but that is not the only battle going on between the two clubs.
The latest transfer gossip has the Blues chasing after one of our long term targets, Ajax forward David Neres.
Hi everyone, Mr Admin here. As you all know I have been having health problems as well as doing lots of travelling lately and my doctors are telling me I have to slow down a bit!
One of the biggest areas of concern for Arsenal is the defence and it is only natural that we are being linked with a number of high profile defenders.
According to reports in Italy, Unai Emery is looking at making a move for Roma centre half Kostas Manolas who reportedly has a release clause in the region of £31 Million.
FIFA used to be the biggest laughing stock in football and may well still hold that title but UEFA is doing everything in their power to overtake football’s supreme authority for incompetence and stupidity.
Rating our season so far and the Europa League final. by Konstantin Mitov
Hello lovely Arsenal girls and boys! If there ever is a most important game in a season it’s definitely the next one. Figuratively and Literally speaking, the Europa League final will determine a lot about how we will look towards next year. This game would be Wengers’ dream – it grants a champions league spot and gives you an actual trophy, so better than fourth I guess?