AsArsenal'sseason appears to be crumbling around us,speculation regarding our manager and our players is hotting up. While Arsene Wenger's future remains to be a big secret, a number of our players are being linked with the exit door, including Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Hector Bellerin. The latter has been quoted as talking up interest [.
Arsenal are currently being linked with three of Everton's key men, with manager Ronald Koeman and star duo Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku. The speculation surrounding Arsene Wenger is at it's highest point of his reign, and one name who has been thrown out there to replace him is Dutchman Koeman. The manager has done [.
Ronald Koeman has been urged to take over from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger this summer by former footballer and sports pundit Matt Le Tissier. Arsene Wenger is yet to decide whether he will give up his role as Gunners boss when his contract runs out at the end of the season, so there is much [...]
Arsenal are notorious for being a club that prides itself on scouting the best young talent in football and giving a chance to youngsters to perform in the first team. Sadly once they have become top class stars, we often find it tough to keep hold of them. The transfer window is still quite some [..
It is only a matter of time before we start getting lots of Arsenal transfer rumours linking us with a summer transfer bid for Romelu Lukaku, after it was revealed by Sky Sports and other sporting websites that the Belgium international star has rejected the new contract that is being offered to him by his [.
Arsenal sent scouts to watch Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Helder Costa this weekend, amidst speculation linking Alexis Sanchez with a possible exit. The Chilean has supposedly told his team-mates that he wishes to leave the club this summer, and his exit will leave the club with some seriously big shoes to fill.
It looks like it is not just the Arsenal fans and the players in the current squad who are being left in limbo by Arsene Wenger and the club and all this talk about the decision on his future as our manager being made at some unspecified time in the vague and distant future. According [...]
If the Arsenal transfer rumours are true then it is hardly surprising that the Arsenal and Chile international star Alexis Sanchez has seemed less than pleased of late, because even though Mesut Ozil is a great player, I do not think you would get many Arsenal fans arguing that it is the Chilean who is [.
For years the Arsenal fans have been told that the continued reign of Arsene Wenger as the team's manager, or not, would be decided by the man himself. The Arsenal board have clearly been happy to keep the Frenchman at the helm while he kept us in the Champions League with no money (relatively speaking) [.
Arsene Wenger made the huge decision to drop Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal's starting line-up on Saturday evening, and the team succumbed to a devastating loss, but was he right to do so? The Gunners lost 3-1 to Liverpool this weekend, seeing themselves drop out the top four, and huge criticism has come in for the [.
Arsenal are always on the look-out for top young talents, and one future star who I believe we should make a move for is Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon. The 16 year-old is currently enjoying his time in West-London, picking up his fair share of game-time, having started 10 Championship matches already this season, and chipping in [.
With no match this weekend for Arsenal, there isless stories to throw about, sowhy not bring you an update of the latest speculation regarding our club's future transfers... Alvaro Morata is hardly a new name to be linked with our club, but the latest is that he has supposedly issued Real Madrid an ultimatum, that [.
We made a post earlier highlighting Arsenal's woes in the centre of the park, before coming across reports linking us with another move to sign Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain. The 21 year-old has been on our radar since making the breakthrough into the first-team with PSG in 2012, and has become more and more [.
Hector Bellerin has been strongly linked with the Arsenal exit door following his rapid emergence within the first-team, and this summer window is not expected to be any different. The speculation regarding his future is already being thrown about, and the latest claims are that he would consider a move away should Arsene Wenger leave [.
Barcelona are claimed to be eyeing a move to sign Massimiliano Allegri from Juventus this summer,a manager who had been strongly linked with joining Arsenal. The current Juventus boss is believed to be ready to quit the Turin club 12 months before his contract was set to end, and has also been claimed to have [.
Alexis Sanchez is claimed to be ready to quit Arsenal, andthey are now claimed to be set to use his departure to land Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid. The Chilean is into the final 18 months of his contract with the Gunners, and has so far failed to agree terms on a new one. The [...]
Everybody is sure to know the Arsene Wenger situation by now, so it's fair to say that there is no need to go into the nitty gritty details of it. But Arsene Wenger is at a point in his Arsenal managerial career, where his future remains very uncertain. This could be the final campaign the [...]
Arsenal have been accused of lacking leadership following their self-destruction in midweek,and their lack ofpermanent captain is proving frustrating. Dean Saunders this week claimed that the Gunners are most in need of a leader, who can demand more from his fellow players on the pitch, much like he has witnessed first-hand from Patrick Vieira previously.
The rumour mill has been going round the clock speculating about Arsene Wenger and his possible replacement, but thought we'd look at the other rumours circulating. Alexis Sanchez is one who we all keep circling back to, and will continue to keep coming back to until his future is finally sorted out.
Arsene Wenger is into the last year of his contract andthere is much speculation claiming that he could be set to finally leave the club come the end of the season. Massimiliano Allegri of Juventus and Eddie Howe of Bournemouth have both been strongly linked, but the Mirror is now claiming that a combination of [.
Paul Merson has claimed that Arsene Wenger cannot keep hisArsenal job if he loses the upcoming match against Hull City. The Gunners have lost their last two matches back-to-back, leaving Arsenal a whopping 12 points behind league leaders Chelsea, and pressure is piling on Arsene as a result. The #WengerOut brigade is getting louder again, [.
Petr Cech has come under fire from Arsenal fans in recent weeks, and we are now being linked with a move to sign Joe Hart from Manchester City. The England Number One was discarded by new City boss Pep Guardiola at the start of the season, supposedly because of his distribution, and has spent the [..
Jack Wilshere's future remainsuncertain with only 18 months remaining on his Arsenal deal, and no offer to extend it, or to join Bournemouth. The 26 year-old joined the Cherries on deadline day back inAugust and has found an upturn in fortunes since leaving North-London. Wilshere has failed to remain fit for much of his recent [.
With the 2016/17 Premier League campaign well past the halfway mark now, the countdown has begun as to whether these will be Arsene Wenger's final few months in charge of Arsenal football club. There have been plenty of rumours flying around as to whether the Frenchman will be sticking or quitting come the summer, but [.
News sources in Italy are claiming that Massimiliano Allegri has agreed to leave Juventus this summer, a year before his contract was to expire. Thisnews will excite Arsenal fans who have been calling for change, with many believing that now is the right time to part ways with Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman has been at [.
Arsenal are claimed to be eyeing a deal to sign Yannick Carrasco from Atletico Madrid this summer. The Gunners currently have a dark cloud hovering over the futures of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, with the pair out of contract in 2018, and no signs of a deal being agreed any time soon. The German [.
For years Arsenal fans have been crying out for a top striker to arrive at the club, and this summer looks certain to be our best chance of doing just that. This coming close-season is set to see a number of Europe's biggest talents moving clubs. Sergio Aguero appears to have lost his first-team role [.
Arsenal managerArsene Wenger has confirmed that he and his club are following the progress of Kylian Mbappe this season. The Frenchman was speaking to the Ligue 1 official Youtube Channel, and confirmed that he was keeping close tabs on Monaco youngster Mbappe, who is flourishing this season. The striker, who turned 18 in December,has bagged [.
Serie A side Roma are looking to offload Arsenal and Tottenham linked Leandro Paredes, and may well sell today. The Argentine midfielder is supposedly available for a€20 Million fee, with the Giallorossi claimed to be looking to free up funds in order to land their main target Franck Kessie in the coming summer.
Arsenal are said to be strongly considering a move to sign Barcelona's head of developmentPep Segura. The 56 year-old is highly-rated across Europe, and is believed to be a key figure in helping Barcelona's B and Juvenil Aside's to top their respectable divisions. It's Segura's role to oversee the development of all the players from [.
Celtic are claimed to be unwilling to discuss the sale of Arsenal and Chelsea targetMoussa Dembele for any less than £40 Million, but is he worth that? The 20 year-old hasan impressive 20 goals in all competitions so far this term for his club, and is claimed to be in London visiting a specialist with [.
Rumours broke earlier today that Arsenal were in advanced talks with Juventus over a possible arrangement that'll see their current manager, Massimilanio Allegri, switch Turin for London. Arsene Wenger has been heavily linked with a departure from the Emirates come the end of the season. The boss' current contract is set to expire in the [.
As the end of January approaches that of course means a close to the transfer window is near. Arsenal find themselves in a strong position for a late title challenge, but know that it's going to take all they've got to overhaul the current leaders, Chelsea. A few signings would've been helpful to boost the [.
When Gael Clichy made the decision not to sign a new contract with Arsenal and make the profitable move up north to play for the moneybags Man City side, us Gooners were convinced that Arsene Wenger had found the perfect replacement when he took Mathieu Debuchy from Newcastle. The right-back had already displaced Clichy in [.
Both Yaya Sanogo and Chuba Akpom have been linked with moves this month, but have so far failed to secure one. The former is into the final six months of his contract, so a permanent transfer was believed most likely, but we have either failed to drum up interest in his signature, or Arsene Wenger [.
Arsenalhave been linked with a move to sign three top strikers in the past 24 hours, but which one do we actually believe we would be willing to pay for? Alexandre Lacazette was claimed to be keen on leaving Lyon in the near future to make the step-up in his career, and having scored consistently [.
Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette is said to be keen on moving clubs, but should Arsenal shell out the big-money fee needed to land him? The 25 year-old has scored 20 goals in his 24 appearances in all competitions this season, continuing his fine goalscoring record since the 2013-14 season, proving to be one of the [.
The winter window is into it's final week, and Granit Xhaka's recent actions may well have forced the Arsenalboss to reconsider his current options. The Swiss international midfielder got himself sent off for the second time this term, raising a huge question-mark over his temperament, andwe may well need to shore up our midfield as [.
There is just over a week left of the winter transfer window remaining, and despite Arsenal not looking likely to sign any first team players, the speculation has remained pretty constant. The latest reports are mostly talking of potential summer moves, but one dealthat is hoped to be in place is that of Goncalo Guedes.
Arsenal have struggled to cope with the loss of Santi Cazorla to injury this term, and I can't help but look at possible replacements. Everton are supposedly considering allowing Gerard Deulofeu to leave the club, and have already turned down a temporary offer, with a permanent deal seemingly more likely for the Spaniard.