Arsenal are just one of a nymber of big clubs around Europe that have been linked with the Germany inbternational attacker, Marco Reus. It is no surprise really, because the 25-year old is seriously good, but due to the fact that his contract with current club Borussia Dortmund still has three years to run and [.
There have been some Arsenal transfer rumours over the last few days that suggested that the deal to bring the young French midfielder Adrien Rabiot from PSG to Arsenal was all but done and dusted. However, it now seems that this is not quite the case, because his current club are demanding much more than [.
NEW SEASON, NEW PLAYERS, SAME OLD PROBLEMS by Uche It is a strange one, isn't it? Arsenal has supposedly upgraded its squad through our new signings but you wouldn't know it. First, we signed Shad Forsythe, a well-respected fitness guru that worked with the German national team and yet within a space of four days, [.
Arsenal Football Club have had much more than their fair share of injuries in recent years, with last season pushing the bounds of bad luck to something like a curse. And we are already seeing the same sort of thing again, with Arteta, Sanogo, Gnabry, Gibbs, Miyaichi, Walcott and Ospina in the treatment room.
I have been trying to put my finger on it, trying to work out what is going wrong? I have watched two competitive games now and don't quite understand why we are playing like spluttering diesel vans rather than the slick Ferraris that we all surely expected? Didn't we?
The club have brought in four quality players, justifiably raising our hopes.
After a few years of disappointment, for both Arsenal and England, and with a few pieces of bad publicity following him around, the young Gunner Jack Wilshere has admitted that this season is an absolutely huge one for him. It is no exaggeration to say that the next nine months or so could make or [.
Arsenal fans are well used to hearing our club criticised, with everything from the club's transfer policy, the tactical ability of Arsene Wenger and the heart and talent of our players coming under fire. And for a good few years, there was little we could say, as the years went by without a trophy. But [.
How different could Wenger's team selection have been against Besiktas? by SE Arsene Wenger made a meager couple of changes, which were forced due to injuries, from Saturday's clash against Crystal Palace. Kieran Gibbs, who suffered a hamstring injury, was replaced by Nacho Monreal at Left Back. Giroud replaced compatriot Sanogo, who was also left [.
Everton vs Arsenal – player spotlight: Nacho Monreal by SE Arsenal travelling to Goodison Park this weekend presents to us the first of those almighty clashes of the season, and we could be in for a cracker of a game. Last season was all about Arsenal and Wenger flunking in those big games that dealt [.
Arsenal followed up their late win over Crystal Palace last weekend by labouring to a goalless draw in Istanbul in their Champions League qualifier first leg and now face a tough trip to Goodison Park on Saturday evening. The bookmakers appear to have overreacted to Arsenal's draw in Turkey and at 13/8 they look decent [.
Everton vs Arsenal: What kind of an impact will Mertesacker's return have on Arsenal? by SE Per Mertesacker is an odds-on favorite to return to action for Arsenal when they visit Goodison Park this Saturday. The lanky German would replace Calum Chambers at the heart of Arsenal's defence, and will be a welcome inclusion for [.
After leading Arsenal to an FA cup trophy after a long nine years with no silverware, along with a serious challenge for the title which just faltered as the injuries piled up, Arsene Wenger appeared to have fallen back in love with the game, as proven when he signed up to another three years at [...
Arsenal returned from Turkey after a below par performance that was still enough to get an acceptable result. A win would have helped but a goalless draw is by no means a disaster.
I thought Besiktas worked very hard in this game and played close to their full potential. The pitch helped them a little as did the fact that Arsenal didn't seem to be on the same fitness levels as the hosts (understandably so).
Following a tough night in Istanbul, Arsenal are left with no room for easing off when Slaven Bilic brings his Besiktas team to the Emirates on Wednesday night. Before then, however, Arsene Wenger has got a tricky trip to face Everton at Goodison Park to think about. With the Frenchman already admitting that some of [.
It must have been hard for Arsenal fans to sit and watch Cesc Fabregas back in the Premier League on Monday Night and especially playing for Chelsea. For one site in particular, they have made comparisons to what Arsenal have now without him.
"She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" - the Arsenal Fan site has written an article today claiming that they have four of their current stars that are better than Fabregas!
FROM FRANCE: Arsenal can land Chelsea target for €25m - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
After we reported last week that Paris St Germain were looking to offload 19 year old, reports from French media outlet RMC claim that the player has been slapped with a €25m price tag.
It is believed that Arsenal and Italian giants Roma are the leading clubs in pursuit of the player but it would come as a huge surprise should either of the duo match PSG's astronomical asking price for the teenager who has very little experience in the highest echelons of European football.
HOW MUCH UPGRADE HAS ARSENAL DONE IN THIS TRANSFER WINDOW? by Rabiul Dear Gooners For a change it is good to see Arsenal has been active in the transfer market early and signing 4 new players (Sanchez, Chambers, Debuchy and Ospina) already and displaying their financial capability. But I beg to raise the question, "How [.
I am sure that most Arsenal fans will be hoping that the answer to the above question is an emphatic yes, but we are also used to the fact that Arsene Wenger does not always do what we expect or want from him in the transfer market, so it is by no means certain that [...]
It appears that Arsene Wenger may not have been entirely honest last night, when he insisted that Arsenal were not really very close to signing any more players at the minute, when asked about his transfer plans after the battling draw with Besiktas in Istanbul. He must have been working pretty damn quickly, if that [.
Because of the importance of the Champions League to Arsenal, Wenger and the players, the second leg of the play-offs against Besiktas on Wednesday is probably more important than the Premier League away trip to face Everton on Saturday. However, the Gunners have a big problem after our star player was rather harshly sent off [.
The Enigma of Jack by Richard Hall There is no debate about the raw ability and enthusiasm of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere. Nor is there an argument stating that he does not give his all for the club. Many who do not watch the youngster regularly, underrate him without a ‘by your leave' but this is [...
Withhis photo doingthe various social media rounds today, it's being speculated that Portsmouth defender Jack Whatmough is actually Jack Wilshere attempting to build up his match-fitness by moonlighting in League Two using nothing buta floaty blonde wig as a disguise (possibly the same one he uses to buy his ciggies in).