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Striker set to leave Arsenal this summer 0

Posted on May 17, 2018 by David Nugent

It seems that Spanish striker Lucas Perez could be on his way out of the Emirates Stadium on a permanent basis this summer. Perez spent last season on loan at Deportivo La Coruna, who suffered relegation to the Spanish Segunda.

In truth, Perez failed to impress at the club where he first made his name. He has little chance of staying with the north London club, especially with the exit of veteran Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

In-demand elsewhere

According to his agent Rodrigo Fernandez, Italian club Lazio wants to sign Perez this summer. Fernandez is reported to have said: “Lazio asked for him last year, but nothing came of it.

Wenger accused of not showing Lacazette respect 1

Posted on May 17, 2018 by Harry Kettle

While the season may be over with the World Cup still being a few weeks away, there’s still plenty to discuss in the world of Arsenal Football Club. With players set to come and players set to leave, it’s always interesting to see some of the media’s biggest reactions in the wake of the campaign coming to an end. In this instance, as reported by Metro, we’re looking into some comments made recently by Charlie Nicholas.

The former Arsenal star had some harsh words for Arsene Wenger, claiming that he hasn’t been showing Alexandre Lacazette enough respect.

Wenger should stop talking about regrets 1

Posted on May 17, 2018 by Harry Kettle

It’s always tough to admit when you’re in the wrong, and it’s even tougher to admit when you’ve missed an opportunity. As we’ve seen over the last few years, Arsene Wenger isn’t shy when it comes to talking about some of his mistakes from years gone by – and while we appreciate that in regards to Arsenal’s exploits on the pitch, it isn’t really all too helpful when it comes to players that he wishes he would’ve signed.

Arsenal move for Turkish star a strange one 2

Posted on May 15, 2018 by David Nugent

According to the Telegraph, Arsenal are set to launch a £35million for highly-rated young Freiburg centre-back Caglar Soyuncu, despite the fact that the club has not yet named a successor to long-serving boss Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners have reportedly interviewed a number of candidates for the job and have made their decision on Wenger’s successor. However, none of the prospective candidates were asked about Soyuncu.

Soyuncu is a highly-rated 21-year-old Turkish international, who has reportedly attracted interest from Premier League clubs and also German giants Bayern Munich.

The England spirit 0

Posted on May 15, 2018 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal’s season has come to an end for yet another year, and while that may be depressing for some fans, there’s a lot to look forward to as we prepare for the summer. A new manager will be taking the reigns, the transfer window will be open again soon, and most importantly, it’s time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Seriously, how could you not be pumped for that?

Allegri rules himself out of the Arsenal job 0

Posted on May 14, 2018 by David Nugent

According to media reports, Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has ruled himself out of taking the Arsenal job. Asked about whether he would stay in his role at Juventus for next season, he reportedly said: “Will I stay at Juve? Yes. I have a contract to honour.

“If they don’t sack me, I’ll stay at Juventus next year too.”

Allegri was the favourite for the Arsenal job

The experienced Italian boss had been the favourite to take the role this summer, virtually since Arsene Wenger announced that he would leave the north London club this summer.

Aubameyang believes the future is bright 0

Posted on May 14, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expressed his belief the future of Arsenal looks bright, according to Sky Sports.

The team bid their final farewell to the 22-year-long period of Arsene Wenger in the manager’s seat with a minimal away win against Huddersfield Town on Sunday, and Aubameyang scored the winning goal in the 38th minute. Now, the players and the fans alike face an anxious wait to discover the name of the future boss.

Arsenal triumph in Wenger’s farewell game 0

Posted on May 13, 2018 by Harry Kettle

While it’s been official for the last few weeks, now, nobody can deny it – Arsene Wenger is no longer the manager of Arsenal Football Club (or at least, he won’t be in a few days time in an official capacity). The Frenchman has spent 22 long years in North London with the Gunners, and he managed to conclude his tenure in a familiar fashion: by picking up three points.

Arsenal’s managerial hunt certainly interesting 0

Posted on May 13, 2018 by David Nugent

With veteran boss Arsene Wenger managing the team for the last time later today at Huddersfield, there is a sense of a major chapter ending and a potentially new exciting beginning.

Nobody yet knows who the new Gunners will be this summer. However, that makes for some interesting times ahead for Arsenal fans.

Managerial rookies with Arsenal backgrounds

Two of the names doing the rounds in relation to Arsenal are Manchester City assistant boss Mikel Arteta and New York City FC boss Patrick Vieira. Both players captained the team at various stages of their careers.

Arsenal v Huddersfield Premier League Preview 0

Posted on May 12, 2018 by David Nugent

On Sunday, Arsenal pays a fond farewell to veteran boss Arsene Wenger, as the Gunners travel to Huddersfield on the last day of the Premier League season.

The home side heads into the game on the back of consecutive creditable draws at Manchester City and Chelsea that were enough to seal the Terriers top-flight status for next season.

David Wagner’s side has achieved safety by scoring the second fewest goals in the Premier League, having scored just 28 goals this season. The Yorkshire side has also won just once in their last nine league outings, which is terrible form.



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