A fairly easy win against Watford really and a win that was rightly expected; if it had gone the other way though the knives, as we all know, would have been out and sharp, very sharp. This possibility was obviously anticipated by Arsene who wisely held conformation of our two new signings back until after the game.
Arsenal fans will feel a whole lot better about life as we head into the first international break with a win under our belts. Despite a slightly edgy second half to the game after Watford scored, it was a much more Arsenal-like performance with the players looking sharper, and the returning Ozil and Cazorla adding [.
It was not as comfortable for the Arsenal players and us fans as it looked like being at halftime, but the Gunners did manage to get a vital first victory of the season in the Premier League and that is what really counts as we now head into the international break with some confidence restored. [...
Even this early in the new Premier League season a lot of people are looking at this Arsenal match away to Watford as a must win game. THere is still plenty of time for the Gunners to mount a proper challenge for the Premier League title, but after we gained just a single point from [...]
I have ne doubt that Arsene Wenger will bring the brilliant German international star Mesut Ozil back into the Arsenal starting line-up for the must win Premier League game against Watford this weekend, and I a fairly sure that our summer signing from Borussia Monchengladbach will be handed the box-to-box role in central midfield, but [.
Even if Arsene Wenger does respond to the frustration of Arsenal fans and sign another forward before the summer transfer window slams shut, something which I have serious doubts about anyway, it will almost certainly not be done in time to get said player up to speed with the Arsenal team in time to start [.
Some Arsenal fans have been less than impressed by the news that Arsene Wenger is on the verge of completing the deal to bring the Spanish forward Lucas Perez to north London from his La Liga club Deportivo La Coruna, with many Gooners and members of the football press suggesting that this is a panic [.
It looks like the transfer of Shkodran Mustafi to Arsenal is now a foregone conclusion, with the latest news being reported by the Evening Standard telling us that the German international centre back has flown to London to complete his medical. The report also talks about the cost of the move and claims that the [.
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is set to decide on his future this weekend, having fallen down the pecking order in North-London. The 21 year-old joined from Southampton two years ago, and looked to be impressing in makeshift outings at centre-back and at right-back after his arrival, but has struggled to make his mark on the [.
Arsenal are claimed to have agreed a deal to sign Deportivo La Coruna's Lucas Perez yesterday, and are now claimed to have agreed a fee with Valencia for Shkodran Mustafi also. The Spanish striker will already be booked in to fly to London to complete a medical this week, having been withdrawn from his current [.
So there is more bad news today for Arsenal fans hoping that Arsene Wenger is still going to come up with the goods in the last few days of the summer transfer window, according to the Evening Standard, which is reporting that Jose Mourinho is not going to allow the Manchester United defender Phil Jones [.
David Ornstein has confirmed that Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Lucas Perez from Deportivo La Coruna today. The Gunners have been on the hunt for a new striker for months now, following the loss of Danny Welbeck to a long-term injury, while Theo Walcott failed to impress in the role for the previous [.
Arsenal are said to be in talks with Sporting Lisbon over a deal to sign Islam Slimani this summer. The Algerian striker scored an impressive 27 league goals last season, as well as another four in other competitions, and has been on the radar of the North-London club for some time now. A deal was [.
Espanyol have pulled out of the race to sign Monaco defenderMarcel Tisserand, leaving Arsenal heading the race for his signature. The 23 year-old had been close to signing for the La Liga side, but the centre-back is now keen on waiting to see the result of the Gunners recent interest in his signature.
Arsenal are claimed to be rivalling Tottenham for the signature of Munir El Haddadi of Barcelona this summer, with the forward believed to be available for a cut-price fee. The youngster has been likened to Barca living legend Lionel Messi, and will be turning 21 next month. It seems a little strange that his club [.
Arsenal got a what can only be considered a favourable draw for the Champions League group stages today, while Leicester also got what looks to be a winnable group also. The Gunners will take onParis Saint-Germain, as well as Basel and Ludogrets, in what could be a tricky draw for the group stages.
As you may be aware, Leicester City won the Premier League title last season.
As a direct result, they found themselves lumped into Pot 1 for the Champions League group stage draw alongside the likes of established heavyweights Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus and PSG.
After the obligatory and ever extending period of pre- and mid-draw UEFA guff, the balls wereplucked from the perspex pots of destiny and the Foxes' reward for storming the big boys' tableis a group consisting of themselves and Porto, Club Brugge and Copenhagen.
Arsenal fans will surely be a happier bunch after Arsene Wenger and the players put on a good show away to Watford to record a first win of the new Premier League season. Along with the three points and some good play from the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott, Granit Xhaka and Petr Cech [...]
There will have been a few members of the Arsenal squad waiting for the announcement of the first England sqaud chosen by the new manager with more hope than expectation, especially as Sam Allardyce is thought to have something of a grudge against the Gunners as well as his style of football being quite different [.
Ruud Gullit told the Match Of The Day viewers that he believes Arsenal left their transfers too late, and as a consequence, were unprepared for the current season. The Gunners moved quickly to bring in Granit Xhaka following the previous campaign, but after an early snub from Leicester's Jamie Vardy, their transfer activity stalled.
It is not just the Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin who will be left at home scratching his head for the next two weeks, as his fellow Spaniard and Arsenal team mate Santi Cazorla has also been left out of the Spain national squad for the first international break of the new season. Cazorla being [.
There is a growing appreciation among Arsenal fans and the football world in general for the quality of the summer signing from Bolton Wanderers Rob Holding. After an impressive pre-season he was thrown into the deep end for the Premier League opener against Liverpool because of the injury crisis and has kept his place since [.
We make the short trip to Vicarage Road to take on Watford today, with Arsenal looking to get their first win of the season on the board. We have had an exciting and busy week in the transfer market, but unfortunately neither of our two prospective capture Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez have been able [.
Former England forward Matt Le Tissier has claimed that Arsenal are one player away from winning the Premier League title, although naming Sergio Aguero as that player does not help their chances. Arsenal have signed Rob Holding and Granit Xhaka to their senior squad so far this season, but following injuries to both Per Mertesacker [.