According to Sky Sports, Arsenal are keen on signing Valencia CF midfielder Carlos Soler. Head coach Mikel Arteta is reportedly interested in the Spanish wonder kid's services and is a great admirer of the player. With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing massive clouds of uncertainty around football currently, there are no guarantees that
The coronavirus may have stopped football for a prolonged period, but it certainly hasn't stopped the transfer rumours flying around - even as fast as the virus itself. One club at the center of it all is indeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United. The Norwegian is currently undergoing a revolution at
According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are considering a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey when the transfer window opens again in the summer. The Ghana international, who put in a Man of the Match performance helping Atletico Madrid overcome Liverpool in their Round of 16 Champions League tie last week, is understood
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic was considered a dead man walking just a few months ago. The Serbian had fallen down the pecking order, with Fred and Scott McTominay establishing themselves in Solskjaer's midfield and was deemed surplus to requirements. How quickly things change in football, with the former Chelsea man
Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira have become victims of everything that's wrong with Manchester United this season. Both their stats so far this campaign points to a significant lack of quality within the United squad and their respective futures at Old Trafford are simply hanging by a thread. Between the two
Manchester United's 0-0 draw against Wolves proved yet another failed attempt at their quest to finish in the Champions League places come May, despite showing off new boy Bruno Fernandes to the Old Trafford crowd. It is an ambition that is slowly fading with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side now sitting 6
When he arrived at Manchester United from Southampton as a £30million 18-year-old England international in 2014, Luke Shaw was meant to be the Red Devils' permanent left-back for the next 10 years. Fast forward a little over 5 years, and his potential of becoming United's future is under serious threat.