Calum Chambers and Rob Holding put in an impressive display last night to deny West Ham, but could the Arsenal duo become the future partnership for both club and country?
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is aiming for an extended run in the Europa League this term, and admits that last night’s win has done wonders to appease his tough season thus far.
The Gunners pummeled BATE Borisov 6-0 last night to end their group qualifying campaign on a high, and will now be looking forward to the EL draw next week.
Theo Walcott and Calum Chambers both had to be taken off against Doncaster Rovers last night, but the Arsenal boss doesn’t expect either to be out for long.
The Gunners limped to a 1-0 win over League One strugglers thanks to a Walcott goal, but the goalscorer was not able to finish the match.
Leicester have had a bid in excess of £20 Million rejected by Arsenal for the services of Calum Chambers.
The Gunners signed the English defender from Southampton in 2014, but after failing to earn a regular starting role after two years, was sent out on loan last season.
Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi has supposedly told the club that he wishes to leave, and has agreed a move with Inter Milan. The German international joined the club from Valencia in a reported £35 Million deal only last summer, and after a rocky opening campaign, is now being linked with the exit door.
Gabriel Paulista looks likely to seal a move to Valencia this summer, but will Arsenal need to buy another defender to replace him? The Brazilian featured in 19 Premier League matches last term, with most of those coming because of injury absences, and he now finds himself with a large number of rivals for a starting place.
Arsenal fans took to social media to vent their anger at the sight of Calum Chambers liaising with Chelsea’s Diego Costa after Sunday’s match for Middlesbrough, but were they in the right?
Arsenal are going along great at the minute, having won seven games in a row and sitting joint top of the Premier League and our Champions League group. The Gunners are also one home win over lower league opposition away from a place in the EFL cup quarter-finals, so things are looking good right now.