Mesut Ozil could very well be leaving Arsenal FC in January for as low as €25m, according to recent updates.
Serie A side, Inter Milan are keen to get in on the action as Ozil s manger along with his brother are flying down to Italy to hash out the terms
Four league games without a victory for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United as they hold on to a draw against Arsenal on Wednesday Night. Manchester United is dropping points as if they’re picking apples from a tree. This could potentially end up being the worst season for United in the
Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit has revealed that his former manager Arsene Wenger will be a manager again quite soon.
Wenger has been out of a job since he finally called time on an incredible 20-year stint as Arsenal's manager at the end of last season. Though he isn't getting any younger
When David Ornstein tweeted that the men at Arsenal’s helm have chosen Unai Emery to replace the legendary Arsène Wenger, fans were quick to jump the bandwagon and call out the board for being unambitious. The Gooners were expecting big names; what they were offered was someone who had just
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly being considered to replace Niko Kovac, who came in this summer at Bayern Munich.
The iconic Frenchman was the longest serving and most successful manager in the Gunners' history with 3 Premier League titles and 7 FA Cups during a tenure of 22 years. Wenger
After almost 7 months on hiatus, Arsene Wenger reportedly is set to take over from Gennaro Gattuso as AC Milan's new Manager.
According to Kicker, Wenger has had talks with the Italian outfit's management and is set to become their manager, come January.
The Frenchman may have suggested as much during his interview with
Aaron Ramsey hasn't been in the playing 11 in a majority of matches this season and reports tell us that he is either going to leave for minimal money in January or for free in the summer transfer window. So, the question which pops up is his replacement and Watford's Abdoulaye
He’s had time to ponder his 22-year stay at Arsenal, evaluate what happened and where he goes next but Arsene Wenger, always cagey with the media, wouldn’t be drawn on where he would go next.
In an interview with Sky Sports, he failed to disclose his intentions and was vague on
Demolishing Fulham 5-1, we gunners are certainly on cloud nine. 9 wins out of 9 is absolutely phenomenal and singing 'We Have Our Arsenal Back' at Craven Cottage just made it better. In all of this there has been a certain player who has stood out under Unai Emery and
No Arsenal player has caused more division among the fans than Granit Xhaka. The perplexing thing about the division is that, both sides of the argument holds a valid view, courtesy of the player himself.
I have found myself drowned in this conversation lately. Some argue that Granit Xhaka has no business