As the summer transfer window moves closer, there is increasing unrest in the Arsenal camp about who will lead their attack next season, with their current strikers being the subject of transfer speculation. Will it be Eddie Nketiah or Gabriel Martinelli, or another ill-fated signing while ignoring the assets at
I’m not looking to make any big or controversial statements in this blog, other than to say that Arsenal should brace themselves for more days like this and it’s abundantly clear that this side is still in the recovery position. This was a durable West Ham side, but nothing more and
We’ve suspected for some time that Arsenal have been forced to adapt their finances to fit their circumstances, which include a lack of Champions League football, an early Europa League exit and the possible failure to get a top-four slot this season.
As a result, there will be a number of players
It’s imperative that Arsenal pull out all the stops to secure the signature of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the next three years.
Arteta will have to look at two or three transfer windows to fix everything that’s broken at the Emirates and in the meantime, he needs a proven goal scorer.
No champions league football, out of the Europa league, off the pace in the premier league. Arsenal’s season has become a financial imposition which will impact on the club’s transfer plans for the next few seasons.
The upshot of this new failure in the Europa League is that the funding for
European football at The Emirates next season may have just become a more realistic proposition. The news that Manchester City have been banned from Europe for the next two seasons means that the European places all drop down a position. We could be in a position where teams in 7th
When you have the mentality to negate an attacking threat by any means possible and offer nothing but obstruction, you can bet your bottom dollar that at some point, the game will go against you and that was pretty much how it was for Newcastle United.
Steve Bruce’s side lacked a
At this stage of the season I expected Steve Bruce to be looking for gainful employment at another club and as for Newcastle, I expected the usual struggle at the bottom of the table after losing the talented and well respected Rafa Benitez.
I also thought that with the summer cash
Mikel Arteta’s work may have to begin again in the summer as Arsenal’s alleged fire sale gets underway. According to various sources apart from the likes of Xhaka and Mustafi, Ozil, Aubameyang and Lacazette could all find their way out of the Emirates exit door if the money is right.
Alexandre Lacazette is a player known for the occasional strop during matches and when being substituted. During the 1-1 draw against Sheffield United, he threw yet another act of frustration after being hauled off for academy product Eddie Nketiah 15 minutes from the end. It was an act which ran