Jesse Lingard's contract at Manchester United expires at the end of next season and he is currently in talks with the club to extend his deal. Reports have suggested that Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are monitoring the situation but Lingard has insisted he wants to stay at United.
The contract is still ongoing with talks at the moment.
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) [.
Like a wily old cat toying with amauled, half-dead mouse, Arsene Wenger used his midweek press conference to trifle with a journalist inquiring intoAlexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, and the respectivecontractual negotiationsthereof.
Having previously flat-out refused to comment, it appeared fleetingly that the Arsenal managerwas about to open and offer an update on the situation, much to the surprise of everybody in the room.
With speculation over Alexis Sanchez semi-immediate future coming to the fore again recently, a group of intrepid Arsenal fans are taking steps to persuade the Chilean that he has found himself a loving home at the Emirates.
Indeed, fan group REDaction are seekingto tug on Sanchez's heart strings by producing a couple of banner tributes to the two things he holds above everything else in this world: his dogs, Atom and Humber.
Last season Arsene Wenger got a lot more stick than usual from Arsenal fans, despite finally ending up in second place in the Premier League. The protests eventually died down a little once Wenger bought Granit Xhaka and met the buyout clause for Jamie Vardy, as at least he is showing a tad more ambition [.
Wenger has denied he has accepted a new contract at Arsenal! Another season approaches it end, another season of where the Gunners could have done so much better. Come the end of the season usually sees a contract extension handed to Arsene Wenger, however this season could be different. This was Arsene Wenger's 20th year [.
Arsene Wenger should certainly be used to the annual protests from Arsenal fans that think he has outstayed his welcome at the club, and one of his most vociferous critics over the last few years has been the TV motormouth Piers Morgan, who regularly calls for Le Prof to resign like many knee-jerk fairweather fans.
Ozil not leaving the Emirates. by Sam P There was some crazy rumours about Arsenal entering into contract talks with Mesut Ozil because the Gunners thought that Barcelona were interested in taking the German back to La Liga. There were even some fans on here tried to blame these unfounded rumours on Arsene Wenger as [.
The Costa Rican forward Joel Campbell has made it clear in the past that he would rather move away from Arsenal to get first team football rather than sit on the bench at the Emirates, but Arsene Wenger refused to let him leave again this summer. Now he has got his chance as injuries have [...]
Nacho Monreal has been an ever-present in Arsenal's First XI this season, playing in all ten League games so far, so I was shocked to discover this morning that the Spaniard's contract at the Emirates runs out at the end of the season. He has proved himself as far superior than Kieran Gibbs and he [.
Arsenal preparing new contract extension for Wenger by Sam P Arsene Wenger has been in charge at Arsenal for a whole 19 years so far, and after a blistering start to his managership, the Gunners went seven whole seasons without a trophy, and many fans were advocating a change in the leadership to inject some [.
You get the idea from the words of Theo Walcott that he might well not have agreed to put pen to paper and sign a new Arsenal contract if he did not really believe that the Gunners could end our long wait to be crowned the champions of England once more. The deal has [...]
The Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta has only made 11 appearances for the club so far this season, and with only a few games remaining until the end of the season, he is still a week or two away from being ready to play. The Spanish midfielder turned 33 years of age last month, and with [...]
It was widely thought that Mikel Arteta would fall foul or Arsenal's 'Curse of the captain's armband' when Arsene Wenger picked him as Club Captain on the departure of Thomas Vermaelen, especially as he is 32 years old and his contract was reported to be up at the end of this season. When Arteta then [.
There are growing rumours that the Arsenal vice-captain could be on his way out of the club this summer. With the Gunners being linked with the likes of Sami Khedira of Real Madrid, Arturo Vidal of Juventus and Morgan Schneiderlin of Southampton, Mikel Arteta was already facing the prospect of much less time on the [.
Maybe it is my memory playing tricks on me, because it is a long time since Arsenal won their last trophy, not including the Emirates cup or the Wenger trophy of course, but it seemed to me that there was a lot more emotion than usual from the Prof. It looked like there was as [...]
The ageing Mikel Arteta, who is entering the last year of his contract at Arsenal, is well aware that Arsene Wenger is in not in the habit of giving long contracts to players over 30 (Arteta was 32 in March) The Spaniard will be having contract talks with this summer and he is adamant that [...]
Although it is hardly an unconfirmed rumour that the new contract talks with Bacary Sagna have not been going well, Arsenal fans may be wondering why the French defender has decided to confirm his departure on the eve of the last game of the season, especially with the FA Cup Final looming in a weeks [.
The long-running saga over Bacary Sagna's new contract has now taken a nasty turn according to a report in today's Star. it seems that the right-back is actively seeking a move to one of Arsenal's main rivals for the Premiership i.e. Chelsea or Manchester City, and the paper says they have a "source" close to [.
Arsenal's current longest-serving player Bacary Sagna has looked to be set to leave the Emirates this summer as he has not yet agreed to sign a new contract extension. Talks seem to have been going on for the last 18 months and there have been rumours abounding that PSG and (God Forbid!) Man City have [.
Tottenham have secured the long-term services ofyet another of their central talents today with the news that Hugo Lloris has extended his contract until 2020.
Six years. Six ans. C'est beau.
Also proving that Spurs really did only hire their photographer for one afternoon back in May, Lloris appeared in the now-familiar 'Poch Pal™' pose as the club announced the sealing of the deal on Thursday afternoon.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Following an MVP-caliber season, midfielder Lee Nguyen hoped to renegotiate a new contract with the Revolution. But after the club was unwilling to budge, the midfielder took matters into his own hands.
To express his displeasure with a deal that he believed was unfair, Nguyen sat out the first two days of training last week, even though he knew it could cost him his spot in the lineup.
Lee Nguyen sat out training earlier last week toexpress his displeasure over the organization'srefusal to renegotiate his contract, a sourcetoldNew England Soccer Today on Monday.
According to the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, Nguyen is "extremely unhappy" withthe club'sunwillingnessto rework his contract, which is scheduled to pay him a base salary of $175,000 in 2015.
A Look Back as Steve Bruce Signs a New Three-Year Deal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Hull City announced today that Steve Bruce had signed a new three-year deal to continue his management of the club, on the same day that the Premier League announced that he was a nominee for February's Manager of the Month competition.
Four months or so ago, when Arsenal were flying high in the Premier League and leading the Champions League group of death, the question of whether Arsene Wenger should be given a new contract would have brought incredulous stares and accusations of being a spud from most Gooners. But times change. As is proved by [.
What'd been hinted at since the weekend and even officially stated by Robb Heineman on Sports Radio 810 is now officially true. Today, Sporting KC formally announced that Dom Dwyer had signed a contract extension with Sporting Kansas City. Dwyer had a break out year in 2014, scoring 22 goals in league play, and 24 in all competitions, both were club records that had stood since the team's inaugural season, when Preki set the records.
In a week that say the team trade two long serving and well liked players in Aurelien Collin and CJ Sapong, and saw the departure of play-by-play man, Callum Williams, Sporting KC fans really needed some good news this week. Fans finally got some tonight thanks to a Tweet from team president, Robb Heineman.
How quickly things can change, eh? Just when it looked like Romelu Lukaku was odds-on to extend his stay at Everton, it emerges that the Belgian striker has now rejected the offer on the table.
Last week Lukaku was reported to have agreed terms on a mammoth new £140,000-a-week contract extensionthat would've madehim the highest-paid player in Everton history, with his agent Mino Raiola saying the deal was "99.
The record breaking 1000 game manager Arsene Wenger has decided to end speculation about whether he will be signing yet another extension to his Arsenal contract or not. He is quoted in the Daily Mirror as telling a TV interviewer that that there is no doubt he will continue at the Emirates. Here is an [.