As the transfer window countdown begins, it’s fair to examine what Arsenal have, what they need to jettison and what they still have left to do. It’s also going to be interesting to see what the eventual line up could be with the new additions.
On social media, it’s been a
Oh the footballing gods are a mischievous bunch. Sometimes they conspire to avenge a travesty or injustice in such a profound way that it leaves one speechless. Shawcross leg breaking injury in a recent friendly game can be deemed as a similar incident.
This is true of the sufferance and misfortune
Sometimes the essence of an idea or ideal gets lost as a business grows or expands. The history and tradition can become lost as the wheels are set in motion to increase revenue and revolutionise an existing venture same as Arsenal.
Some things aren’t meant to change to this extent, they
Carrasco has transfer option but does it mean that he’s coming to the Emirates ?
Turn the clock back to the January transfer window, a time when Arsenal had no money but managed to waste £2m on Denis Suarez, instead of agreeing a deal for their preferred target Yannick Carrasco.
Arsenal’s stagnation under Kroenke and his yes men continues. That’s not good news for Emery. Still no word of incomings at the Emirates but plenty of news of those heading out. Only the arrival of Brazilian wonder kid Gabriel Martinelli appears to be definite, after that, Arsenal appear to be
Arsenal on the verge of snapping up young prospect and have apparently bid £37m for Sampdoria duo this transfer window. Arsenal were once shoppers at Harrods but they are now more likely to be seen looking for bargains in Poundland, such are their financial restrictions at present.
The reported sum of
Emery becomes a target for the media but Sanllehi seems to be invisible. With the media awash with transfer speculation, it came as something of a relief to come across a half decent rumour. One with absolutely no foundation and one which was probably misinterpreted from Unai Emery’s haphazard use
The Europa League Final will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan on 29 May 2019, between English sides Chelsea and Arsenal, making the final a London derby. Both the teams, have had a good season this time around with Arsenal finishing 5th below Spurs and Chelsea finishing
Emery may not have to spend as much as first thought in the transfer window. Reports that Arsenal have just £40m to spend in the transfer window hasn’t gone down well with fans but that figure could grow substantially with player sales and the earnings from the Europa league, which
Arsenal to field the strongest side for Europa league final against Chelsea but has Emery got a surprise up his sleeve. In discussion on various Arsenal forums, fans seem convinced that a victory over Chelsea will be dependent on a number of factors. Firstly, much will depend on the performances