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Sami Khedira set for Juventus move 0

Posted on May 26, 2015 by David Nugent

Real Madrid and Germany defensive midfielder Sami Khedira is set to have a medical at Italian giants Juventus later today, according to the Daily Star. The former-Stuttgart player has previously been touted as a possible transfer target for Arsenal.

If the reports are correct then the midfielder is currently in Turn discussing terms on a four-year-deal with the Italian champions.


Khedira has struggled with injuries throughout his career at Real Madrid, but when he is fit is a very good player and is available on a free transfer this summer. I have to say I really do believe that Arsenal could have missed out on a good deal with Khedira.

Should Theo Walcott start in the FA Cup final? 1

Posted on May 25, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal finished their Premier League campaign with a 4-1 hammering of West Brom at the Emirates Stadium. The win came after the Gunners had failed to score in their last three home games. The hero of the win was Theo Walcott who scored a first half hat-trick.

The England international has stated that he hopes to start the FA Cup final against Aston Villa, a game that Arsenal are odds of 1/ 2 to win.


Has Lukas Podolski run his course at Arsenal? 0

Posted on May 25, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski returns to the club this summer after a loan spell with Italian Serie A side Inter Milan, but is unlikely to force his way back into the team for next season. The German international was on the periphery in the first-half of the campaign for the Gunners, which saw manager Arsene Wenger loan him out to Italy to get game time.

Will Mikel Arteta play much of a starting role for Arsenal next season? 0

Posted on May 25, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal offered a new deal to experienced deep-lying midfielder Mikel Arteta earlier this season, which would have been a surprise to many given the lack of game time he’s had during the campaign, but is manager Arsene Wenger looking to give the Spaniard a key role in the side for 2015/16?

Arteta, 33, played just 450 minutes of Premier League football, struggling with injuries and competition in the midfield, but he could be utilised in his deeper-role for next season alongside combative Francis Coquelin to make the side more defensively sound. Santi Cazorla has operated in a central role in the second-half of the season, but Wenger clearly has plans for Arteta too.

Wilshere scores first Premier League goal of the year for the Gunners 0

Posted on May 24, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere scored his first Premier League goal of 2015, as his side thrashed West Bromwich Albion 4-1 at the Emirates stadium this afternoon.

The England international has hardly played in the division due to injury and the competition keeping him out of the starting lineup, but he signed off on a positive note with a fantastic effort on the final day.

Wilshere capitalised on West Brom’s inability to clear their lines from a set piece, belting in a strike from 20 yards just 17 minutes into the match. He celebrated with the club physio Declan Lynch, who is leaving the side this summer to work for Rugby Union side Bath.

Gabriel Paulista continues to show promise for Arsenal 1

Posted on May 24, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal earned a convincing 4-1 win against West Bromwich Albion in their last Premier League game of the season, and defender Gabriel stood out for his performances. The Gunners centre-back was the standout player in the back four of Arsene Wenger’s side, making four interceptions, 10 clearances, and bagging himself an assist for his troubles.

Supporters haven’t seen too much of the Brazilian since his winter arrival, as the Londoners have had their strongest backline available to them in the second-half of the season, but Gabriel has performed well in the games he’s featured in. The 24-year-old was signed from Spanish La Liga side Villarreal in the winter transfer window, and has shown great promise in the early months of his career at the Emirates.

Arsenal claim comfortable victory over West Brom 0

Posted on May 24, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal rounded their Premier League campaign off in style as they defeated West Brom 4-1 at the Emirates on Sunday. Theo Walcott was the star of the show as he scored a first half hat-trick.

The game started in a quick manner, as Arsenal winger Theo Walcott saw an effort blocked in the West Brom area and the Gunners were ahead on four minutes. A good team move saw Walcott find the top corner of the net with a powerful effort.

Arsenal continued to come forward and on six minutes Alexis Sanchez whipped a free-kick towards goal, but the effort was too high and went over the bar.

Arsenal vs. West Brom Premier League Preview 0

Posted on May 23, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal wraps up their Premier League game campaign with a home game against West Brom at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

The Gunners goalless draw with Sunderland on Wednesday night virtually secured third-place and an automatic place in next season’s Champions League, as they sit three points above rivals Manchester United who have an inferior goal difference of seven.

The Gunners have stuttered in recent games, having drawn two and lost one of their previous three fixtures in the Premier League. That slight slump means they can longer catch second place Manchester City this season.

What are Arsenal the best at this season? 0

Posted on May 22, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal supporters are once again looking to next season to the Londoners to push for domestic honours in the form of the Premier League, citing fitness and world-class individuals key to their hopes of toping the table next May.

Most sides have something that sets them apart from the rest that would give reason to believe they can do it over 38-games, but Arsenal don’t. Have they done anything better than the rest of the Premier League sides this season?

Tomas Rosicky to stay at Arsenal next season 0

Posted on May 22, 2015 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recently revealed midfielder Tomas Rosicky will remain at the club this summer, and should play a part next season too. The French coach is expecting his long-serving playmaker to sign a new deal that keeps him at the Emirates past the end of the season, and refuted rumours suggesting Rosicky would be used to lure Petr Cech to the club when the summer transfer window opens.

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