Arsenal manager Unai Emery is having a tough task at his hands as he will be without four centre-backs for their trip to Southampton. Centre-backs Rob Holding, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Shkodran Mustafi are all unavailable for their upcoming Premier League game on Sunday.
Holding is expected to miss the rest of
Arsenal could potentially be without six key players ahead of their blockbuster clash against Manchester United, according to reports.
The Gunners are on an incredible unbeaten streak at the moment, having not lost a game in their last 19 matches. They are more than just involved in the title race at
The Gunners are all set to face Ukrainian side FC Vorskla Poltava with an objective to grab all 3 points and secure top spot in Group E of The Europa League. The fixture had been shifted from Poltava to Kiev after martial law was declared in certain areas of the nation subsequent
What's common between 'Stranger Things' and Arsenal? ELEVEN, and that's what we Gooners are talking about. 11 wins out of 11 is simply outstanding and Emery-ball is a delight to watch. However, one place where we need to improve in recent games is that of the left-back. Both, Nacho Monreal
Granit Xhaka has always played as a midfielder for Arsenal. There were times, when he was pushed to both the left and right sides of the pitch during games. But, Unai had different plans. He gave an opportunity to Xhaka to play as a Left Back the previous game and
Arsenal are on winning terms; their streak seems to be unbeatable. They have won against Watford 2-0, who were responsible for upsetting Spurs a few weeks back. With their current form unchallenged, Unai Emery cannot sit back leisurely when they go to Baku, Azerbaijan tomorrow to play against Qarabag FK
It was the 31st of January 2013 when Nacho Monreal woke up as a Malaga player and got a call from former team-mate Santi Cazorla asking him to join Arsenal on deadline day. The defender has made 165 Premier League appearances since moving to the Emirates from the La Liga side
Ponder on the word 'consistency', only one man would come to your mind - Nacho Monreal. The Spaniard has entered the final year of his deal at the Emirates Stadium.
The 33-year-old has established himself as Arsenal's first choice left back despite competition from Kieran Gibbs and Sead Kolasinac in the
A report in the Telegraph says David Ospina and Danny Welbeck are the most established players likely to be shown the exit door with the club now being focused on trimming the squad and that includes finding the best deals for even high profile players like Danny Welbeck and David
Arsenal have come ahead of the days where they would do so called “Panic Transfer Business”. After 22 years Arsenal would be heading out on the pitch without the managerial experience of Arsene Wenger. But the recruitment of new Head coach Unai Emery who has previously managed the likes of