It’s been a turbulent few seasons for Arsenal fans. The club has been going through a transition since Arsene Wenger’s tenure came to an end in 2018. Despite making it to the Europa League final under Unai Emery last year, the supporters are desperate to be involved in the UEFA
Well here we are, nearly July and so far the transfer activity shown by Arsenal is behind almost every club in the premiership including their closest rivals Spurs.
Spurs managed to build a billion pound stadium, but still have the funds to invest in players. Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, was acquired
Granit Xhaka has been linked with a a bumper £55 million move to Inter Milan by sources said to be close to him. But that may just be all bogus.
As per RSI, the Swiss is apparently on the verge of signing for the Italian sleeping giants. It is said that
After drawing 1-1 away to relegated Huddersfield Town, Manchester United have confirmed that they will not be competing in next season’s Champions League, but will instead be playing in the Europa League, a competition they won in 2017.
With such a setback bound to make a big impact on the club,
Matthijs De Ligt, only 19 years old, has already established quite a name for himself in the football world. The youngest ever captain of Dutch side Ajax has been simply exceptional this season. The club’s Champions League run turned many heads towards the youngsters of Ajax’s squad.
As the summer transfer
If truth be told, the Europa League final wasn’t on my wish list and at the same time, even if it were possible, the same is true of the Champions League.
For me, the Premier League is the most important target for Arsenal football club and that’s something that will never
Arsenal have a lot to thank Liverpool and Spurs for in the coming months. The fact that four English clubs are contesting the honours in the top European competitions, Champions League and Europa League has not only showcased the quality of the Premier League, but it has made it extremely
It’s virtually over, bar the last embers of a glorious season, but for Ole Gunner Solskjaer and assistanf Mike Phelan, the hard work is just about to begin. Manchester United are certainly in the doldrums and the collapse at the end of the season is not something fans are used
Solskjaer was handed his first defeat of his permanent reign in his second game after the announcement. United have lost to the same opponents twice in their last three games which has been against Wolves, in the league as well as the FA Cup and now they face Barcelona in
Arsenal have shown plenty of positive signs as they rebuild their squad in the post-Arsene Wenger era under the management Unai Emery. Especially, some players have shown a lot of promise such as Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, etc.
The Gunners started the season really well! They hit a roadblock mid-season, but have