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Edu Using his Contacts to try to Land the Future Brazilian Midfield General for Arsenal

Bruno Guimaraes, Bruno Guimaraes to Arsenal, Guimaraes

The rumours are fairly solid concerning Arsenal and their interest in Bruno Guimaraes (22) of Athletico Paranaense. There has been competition in the form of a scouting party from Chelsea and a more substantial inquiry from Benfica but Arsenal’s technical director Edu appears to have put the North London club

Edu Arsenal’s Secret Weapon in the Coming Transfer Windows as he Identifies Brazil’s emerging Talents

Edu, Edu Gasper

When Edu was appointed Arsenal’s technical director not many paid that much attention. Candidates with much bigger profiles had spurned the post or weren’t even considered, leaving Edu to be seen by many as the last man standing with no obvious competition. Monchi, Overmars and Mislintat were discounted quickly and

Aubameyang’s Absence Leaves the Door Open for Three Players to Step up and Make an Impact

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Aubameyang

A great many Arsenal supporters must have placed their heads in their hands at the news of three match suspension for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. There was a general fear that it was another blow to an already battered and beleaguered side that is struggling to hit the heights. The offending tackle

With Major Decisions Ahead, Here is how Manchester United Could Lineup with the Addition of James Maddison

James Maddison, midfield, Maddison linked to United

Frequent watchers of Manchester United this season will know only too well that one of their most fundamental weaknesses is lack of creativity in the midfield. When on the attack, their front three of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Daniel James are as menacing as any other in the whole of

Arteta Faces a Struggle in the Coming Weeks Without new Faces at the Emirates

Arsenal, Arsenal vs Standard Liege

Sheffield United, Chelsea, Bournemouth, Burnley and Newcastle United are Arsenal’s opponents in the coming weeks and unless Arsenal can stop getting draws or defeats and can start winning games, things will look considerably worse come the end of February. One can always borrow the theory from the Bourne trilogy which states

Manchester United set to Make More Transfer Mistakes This January Unless They Come up With an Actual Strategy

Manchester United Transfer, United

Ole Gunner Solskjaer has a major task in his hands to rejuvenate and rebuild Manchester United. The decay has been evident since Ferguson retired and was exacerbated by continuous changes of management and personnel. The truth is, and you may not like hearing it, is that Manchester United are incredibly

Arteta’s Hopes for Holding’s Immediate Premier league Return Dashed by Rusty and Lacklustre Performance

Mikel Arteta, Rob Holding

Rob Holding is seen by a great many fans as a future Arsenal captain and the mainstay of the Arsenal defence for years to come. Rob Holding has however had a bumpy ride under Unai Emery, whom he couldn’t completely convince in his abilities and later suffered a knee injury which

Why Don Raul Might Have to Bite the Bullet if Arsenal Fail to Strengthen in the January Transfer Window

Raul Sanllehi, January transfer window

We’ve heard the reasoning, the explanations and the tiresome excuses as to why Arsenal don’t like the January transfer window and why they will only buy strategically to cover injuries or because of shortages in other areas. Like every other Arsenal supporter, I understand there was a hefty amount of investment

Here’s how Manchester United’s Crumbling Relationship With Paul Pogba and Mino Raiola Could Impact on Jessie Lingard

Paul Pogba, Paul, Mino Raiola

Not a minute goes by without the mention of Paul Pogba. Why is he’s missing ? How long is he missing for ? and What are his long term plans ? The mischievous Frenchman, who has tried his level best to engineer an exit from Old Trafford, is now missing because

The Penny Finally Drops as Arsenal Board Agree to Find Reinforcements for Arteta

Arsenal transfer, Arsenal

I’ve been saying it for a while now and I’ve also made a conscious effort to ignore all the twaddle generated by Sky Sports and other media sources, which insisted that Arsenal were unlikely to spend in January because of their hefty investment last summer. Since Emery left and Arteta took

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