Giroud's frustrated with Wenger, but does he have a point? Despite calling season after season for a new striker, Arsenal fans are still left less than happy with the current strikers we have on our books. Lucas Perez looked set to solve the issue, although of course he was nobody's first choice. Almost a campaign [.
Basel (Switzerland) (AFP) Lucas Perez made the most of a rare start by scoring a hat-trick in Tuesday's 4-1 rout of Basel that sent Arsenal through to the Champions League last 16 as group winners.
The Spaniard missed over a month with an ankle injury following his move from Deportivo la Coruna in August but played a leading role in Switzerland as Arsene Wenger's men stole first place from Paris Saint-Germain in Group A.
We are less than a month away from the winter transfer window, so we thought we'd bring you a brief look at the latest speculation surrounding Arsenal. We are linked with strikers in every single transfer window, and despite the arrival of Lucas Perez, paired with the uber-impressive switch of Alexis Sanchez into our centre-forward [.
Rodrigo Fernandez Lavelle hasmoved to deny reports linking Lucas Perez with a potential loan exit from Arsenal. The Spanish forward joined the club in a £17 Million move from Deportivo La Coruna this summer, but has struggledfor regular first-team action, and is now sidelined with an injury. Perez has since returned to his La Coruna [.
Lucas Perez was expected to play a big part in Arsenal's team this season, with the fans hoping that he'd fill the void left by an absent striker for many years. Lucas hasn't really had his chance as of yet and injuries have held him back. However, with the Spaniard apparently ahead of schedule in [.
Arsenal have come to an agreement with Deportivo La Coruna which will allow Lucas Perez to continue his rehabilitation from injury in Spain. Lucas joined the club this summer from Depor in a £17 Million deal, and had just started beginning to impress before falling foul of injury. The forward has been out since picking [.
Today's pre-mach press conference has been nothing but bad news on Arsenal's injury front ahead of our trip to Sunderland tomorrow, with the news that Lucas Perez is out for 6-8 weeks, and we are awaiting last minute fitness tests on Cazorla, Walcott and Monreal. But there is one bit of good injury news today.
Arsenal are known for their injury problems and with their list of injuries growing at present, there could be cause for concern. Lucas Perez is the latest name to join the absentee list, having picked up an ankle injury this week, and is now thefourth squad member to become unavailable until December at the earliest, [.
When Arsene Wenger signed Lucas Perez forArsenal in the final days of the summer transfer window, it answered the prayers of many Arsenal fans who had been calling for the boss to sign a new striker for the last few years! Arsenal fans had been left unsatisfied with the club's front line of attack and [.
Everyone at Arsenal will be hoping that the late knock picked up by the young Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin in the game between the Spain under 21s and San Marino, which the Spanish comfortably won by 3-0, will not turn out to be a problem that will keep him out of action for any [...]
When Arsene Wenger finally answered the Arsenal fan's calls to sign a new striker after years and years of desperation and misfiring up front, big things were expected of summer signing Lucas Perez. However aside from the EFL fixture against Nottingham Forest, we haven't really been able to see much of our newest Spanish star.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for Real Madrid's Karim Benzema for a number of seasons now, and despite the time of the season, and the fact we signed a striker a matter of weeks ago, the reports have sprung up once again. The Gunners completed a deal to sign La Liga striker Lucas [...]
Lucas Perez joined Arsenalthis summer from Deportivo La Coruna, but their manager Arsene Wenger seems has concerns about him. The Spanish striker started in the midweek 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest, and bagged his first two goals for the club during the match. Following on from the match however, the Arsenal manager has revealed that [.
Big bucks agent Mino Raiola claims that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is scared to spend big money. The Gunners spent around £89 Million to bring in four players this summer, including £30 Million+ deals to sign Shkodran Mustafi and Granit Xhaka. Manchester United on the other spend the same amount of money on only one [.
Our team is nearly complete, although voting remains open for each of the positions, but we still need to choose which Arsenal forward should be leading the line. Lucas Perez arrived to bring competition to the role this summer in a £17 Million deal, and arrives with an impressive record from his previous season with [.
All summer Arsenal fans were crying out for Arsene Wenger to splash the cash on a new striker, with Olivier Giroud proving on more than one occasion that he just isn't up to the mark. The Gunners eventually signed Lucas Perez towards the end of the transfer window and although we are yet to see [...]
The Arsenal manager Arsene Wengerhas moved to downplay the lacklustre debut of Lucas Perez, whilst claiming both he and Shkodran Mustafi aren't fully match-fit. The pair started their first match under the French boss at the weekend, and came away with all three points, but it was far from plain sailing.
I have to be honest and say that I have not really seen much of our new striker signing Lucas Perez in action for the club we bought him from Deportivo La Coruna or any of the ones before, so I have to go on what I have been hearing and reading about him. Most [...]
Arsene Wenger ended his search for a striker this summer after years of Arsenal fans waiting to see a new frontman at the club. Admittedly Lucas Perez may not be the calibre of signing we expected, nor the quality we had hoped for, but his addition to the team can only be positive! Many fans [...]
That man there is Lucas Perez, who is apparently all but set to become the second part of Arsenal's £50million Double Swoop™ once Shkrodan Mustafi hurries up and completes his £35million transfer from Valencia.
Perez currently plies his trade up front for Deportivo la Coruna, for whom he scored 19 goals in all competitions last season, though he is now said to be within days of making a £17millionjump to north London.
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 [.