Arsenal are being praised for their transfer activity in January which included shipping out players that have been stealing a living for some time. Yes, it’s been positive to remove their wages and free up some cash but let’s not get carried away, we have lost money on a majority of deals
Mikel Arteta was appointed Arsenal head coach over a year ago after the previous boss Unai Emery was dismissed just four months into the 2019/20 campaign. The former Gunners midfielder made an unassuming start in the second half of last season but seemed to gain momentum with an FA Cup triumph in July.
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
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
It’s been suggested that Arsenal are readying themselves to make a bid in the January transfer window to tighten up their defense, which is freely leaking goals. Over the last few seasons supporters have been reminded that Arsenal don’t participate in the less productive transfer period but their current plight has
Manchester United are said to be interested in triggering the release clause of Porto defender Eder Militao. Jose Mourinho is seeking defensive reinforcements as his time at Old Trafford has come under severe scrutiny in the previous weeks. The Sunday Times report that United could trigger the €50 million (£45m)
Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to make more than one signing in a January transfer window for the first time in 10 years. The last time United announced more than one deal in the January window was in 2009. https://twitter.com/FullTimeDEVILS/status/1058325423464087552?s=19 The United Manager insisted that he would rather focus on winning games than