Matteo Guendouzi was ostracised from the Arsenal squad by Arteta after a well-publicised and unpleasant incident involving Neal Maupay after a 2-1 loss at the Amex stadium in June 2020. The Frenchman grabbed Maupay by the throat and his teammates intervened to pull him away from the Brighton forward. The tension increased in
I’m a hundred percent in favour of riding the storm that Arsenal currently find themselves in and I’ve supported Mikel Arteta with a sense of realism and enthusiasm. I never underestimated the job at hand, realising that the task to rebuild and rejuvenate Arsenal football club was enormous and to date, there
First Lyon Director Juninho announced that the club has had no contact with Arsenal regarding midfielder Houssem Aouar. Then, Arsenal are alleged to have offered £31.2m plus Guendouzi, but Lyon wanted £55.5m and dismissed any chances of a player plus cash involving Guendouzi. Now, according to Italian Journalist Nicolo Schira, a five-year deal
According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are considering a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey when the transfer window opens again in the summer. The Ghana international, who put in a Man of the Match performance helping Atletico Madrid overcome Liverpool in their Round of 16 Champions League tie last week, is understood
Mikel Arteta made it completely clear from the outset what his expectations were from every player at the Emirates. He constantly referred to them as ‘non-negotiable’ and one of the things on his list was how players represent themselves and the club. The Spaniard, who was the consummate professional, has no time for
Stranger things have happened at Arsenal this season but in a surreal moment the Emirates fans began to show their appreciation for....Mesut Ozil. Yes, how much weirder could things get ? There were bound to be cards in this testosterone filled London Derby and yellow seemed to be the refs favourite
One win in 12 matches across all competitions says it all. Arsenal are mired in a sticky mud of incompetence, ineptitude and crippling insecurity. The Gunners lack any kind of identity in their performances at the moment, and the ‘new manager bounce’ has not materialised under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.