New Arsenal signing Mathieu Flamini says he has "unfinished business" at the club he left five years ago to join AC Milan. In his first interview since rejoining the Gunners, Flamini paraphrased Wayne Rooney in declaring his lifelong commitment to the cause. He said: "It feels good to be back home. I have some unfinished [.
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Real Madrid star Gonazalo Higuain's proposed move to Arsenal FC has inched closer after it was reported that he has agreed personal terms with the Gunners.
An agreement between the two clubs has yet to be struck, but several newspapers are claiming that a four-year deal with weekly salary of between £100,000-150,000 has already been agreed between the player's and the North Londoners' representatives.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has refused to offer any real updates regarding coach Arsene Wenger's future at the club but is confident that the Frenchman's 'long-term' future lies at the Emirates Stadium.
Juventus are reportedly in pole position to land Fiorentina star Stevan Jovetic after tabling an offer of £15million in cash and two of their own players. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Arsenal FC were hoping to sign the highly-rated Montenegrin this summer but the Old Lady have stolen a march on them by offering the Viola a part-exchange offer which includes versatile Chilean Mauricio Isla and one of Sebastian Giovinco, Alessandro Matri, Fabio Quagliarella or Luca Marrone.
Arsene Wenger's purported plan of signing Mario Gotze for Arsenal this summer has been dealt a major blow, as the Borussia Dortmund starlet's agent has announced that his client is not seeking a transfer at all.
Arsene Wenger has confidently claimed that his Arsenal side will once again finish in the top four on the Barclays Premier League points table at the end of the season.
The Frenchman's club currently find themselves fifth in the standings, two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, but he is sure that his charges will somehow find a way to qualify for next season's Champions League competition.
Arsenal finally gets back to Premier League action on Saturday March 30 when they take on relegation-battling Reading at home at the Emirates. As has been the case all season long, the Gunners will be determined to earn all three points in the race for third and fourth place along with Tottenham and Chelsea.
Santi Cazorla says that he wants to go on a scoring spree for Arsenal as the Barclays Premier League enters the final phase of the 2012/13 season.
The Spanish playmaker has become an instant hit for the Gunners since joining them last summer from Malaga, and while a total of 11 goals in his debut PL campaign is healthy enough, he wants to increase that tally significantly before the end of the season.
Scott Parker believes that Gareth Bale's stunning winner in Tottenham's recent 3-2 defeat of West Ham United at Upton Park must have caused a lot of psychological damage to their bitter rivals Arsenal.
It was a nervous 94 minutes for Arsenal fans and manager Arsene Wenger at Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon, but thanks to midfield maestro Santi Cazorla the Gunners took all three points from a game Aston Villa side with a 2-1 win. Cazorla opened and closed the scoring in the game with the winner, his 11th of the season, coming with just five minutes to play.
Arsenal FC have delivered some good news to their fans by confirming that ticket prices at Emirates Stadium for the 2013/14 season will remain unchanged.
The Gunners' ticket pricing policy is considered very high and it got criticised earlier this month after more than 900 Manchester City fans refused to be bullied over the issue and decided not to buy tickets for their team's clash with Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.
Chelsea's loss was Arsenal's gain on Saturday March 30. The Gunners didn't really break a sweat while disposing of an uninterested Reading side 4-1 at home while Rafael Benitez led his men to another loss, this one a 2-1 defeat down on the south coast at Southampton. Spurs managed to beat Swansea 2-1 to sneak past Chelsea into third spot by two points point and Benitez's men slipped into the all-important fourth position in the table.
Some days Arsenal create chance after chance, but just can't put the ball in the net. On other occasions they seem to have the Midas touch as everything they do ends up past the opposing keeper. Their London derby against West Ham at the Emirates on Jan. 23 was a prime example of the latter as they rifled five goals past Jussi Jaaskelainen for a dominant 5-1 thumping of neighbouring West Ham.