The 19 years old Matteo Guendouzi was lured away from Lorient for £8 million and was still a work in progress as far as the transfer was concerned. That doesn't reflect on his game anymore. He is close to earning an international recognition and there are speculations being made on whether
Sven Mislintat is arguably the most important person behind the scenes for Arsenal right now. Arsenal are undoubtedly going through the biggest change in their recent history with Arsene Wenger stepping down as the manager after 22 years with the club. They also replaced Steve Rowley, club's chief scout who left
Same after-goal celebrations, best of friends, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang showed us that they could produce wonders for the Gunners if they play together. There's a lethal Auba-Laca partnership brewing. The match against Cardiff is proof of their brilliance. With Auba and Lacazette connecting for the second goal and then
I recently noticed an article that was articulate and compelling on behalf of Arsenal misfit Granit Xhaka. It’s no secret that the majority of Arsenal fans feel he isn’t the creative midfielder the team need, nor is he the holding midfielder they have craved for so long. Statistics don’t win trophies but
Two matches played,zero points won,17th in the table. This has certainly been Arsenal's worst start to a Premier League campaign in years but Unai Emery had the toughest fixture one could get in his first two games.Losing 3-2 to the Blues on Saturday was extremely disappointing,considering all the 'easy chances'
Arsenal's Matteo Guendouzi believes his new club has what it takes to win the Premier League. Despite the disheartening 0-2 loss against Manchester City on the opening day, the 19-year-old midfielder insists the Gunners have what it takes to be crowned champions of the English top-flight. "Yes, I believe we can