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Should Arsenal have signed Douglas Costa? 0

Posted on June 20, 2017 by Crippy Cooke

Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa is close to a move to the Italian Serie A, with the Brazilian is 1/6 to join Juventus this summer. According to The Sun, the two European giants have reportedly agreed a £35m deal. But given Arsenal are desperate for attacking reinforcements due to the players potentially leaving ahead of the new season, why didn’t the Gunners try to sign Costa?

The 26-year-old lost his place in the Bayern side last season after a fallout with the club over his contract. He made just 23 Bundesliga appearances under manager Carlo Ancelotti, scoring and creating seven goals. Signed from Ukrainian side Shakhtar in 2015, Costa was an ever-present in his maiden season in the Bundesliga but he’s set to move on.

Alexis Sanchez is leaving Arsenal and it’s only matter of choice 2

Posted on June 08, 2017 by Milos Markovic

Arsenal contract rebel Alexis Sanchez is set for summer exit amidst contrasting claims regarding his future with Gunners.

Arsene Wenger is confident the Chilean star would remain at Arsenal next season, but such belief rests on restless ground with latest reports coming from a respected Spanish journalist Gerard Romero who shed a new light on Sanchez’s future.

Romero claims Sanchez is set to join Manchester City ‘in the coming days’ and the Citizens have been installed as 6/4 favourites to land the Arsenal star.

Alexis Sanchez pushing for Bayern Munich move 0

Posted on May 31, 2017 by Milos Markovic

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez has reportedly set his sights on laving Arsenal this season.

The Chile international is keen on a move to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich where he would be united with international teammate Arturo Vidal.

Former Juventus man has confessed to Chilean media after landing in his homeland this week that he has been sending text messages to Alexis Sanchez to convince him to sing for Bayern Munich.

“I told Alexis that this is his chance to be in a big team. If he wants to compare himself with the best, he needs to go to the best team in the world.”, Spanish media outlet Marca quoted Arturo Vidal.

Bayern Munich step up chase for Alexis Sanchez 0

Posted on May 24, 2017 by Milos Markovic

It’s the news any Arsenal fan would not want to hear after a disappointing Premier League season and just ahead an important clash for their team.

With Arsenal players preparing to go head to head against newly-crowned champions Chelsea in the highly-anticipated FA Cup final this weekend, Alexis Sanchez’s agent is busy doing meetings.

The Chilean’s representative is thought to be engaged in talks with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich with Chilean newspaper El Mercurio claiming that Fernando Felicevich has already in Germany for a round of negotiations with Bavarian giants.

Did March’s Champions League exit derail Arsenal’s season? 0

Posted on May 22, 2017 by Crippy Cooke

Arsenal enjoyed a late-season resurgence to take the race for a top-four finish in the Premier League all the way to the final day, but manager Arsene Wenger admitted the upturn in form came too late to secure Champions League football next season. Arsenal suffered three defeats and a draw in five Premier League games in March and the start of April which left their top-four hopes in jeopardy, and Wenger believes the way they were dumped out of Europe by Bayern Munich was reason for the dramatic dip in form.

Alexis Sanchez gives nod to European giants 0

Posted on May 15, 2017 by Milos Markovic

The much talked-about future of Arsenal star man Alexis Sanchez has been given a major update at the beginning of the week as reports emerge that the Chilean striker has agreed on a move away from the Emirates.

With just over a year remaining in his current deal with the Gunners and a season to forget for his club, Alexis Sanchez has been stalling on a new contract with Arsenal and it is becoming increasingly likely that Sanchez will leave Arsenal at the end of the season.

Alexis Sanchez wants to leave Arsenal because of teammates 1

Posted on May 04, 2017 by David Nugent

According to the Daily Mirror, Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez wants to leave the north London club because his teammates are not performing to the best of their ability.

The Chilean forward has not attempted to hide his frustration at times on the pitch this season. His body language towards his teammates often tells a story of disgust and frustration. However, these displays of emotion have only been what the fans have been feeling.

Sanchez is right to feel annoyed

Sanchez may express his frustration in the wrong way, by throwing strops and sulking. However, he has a right to be frustrated. The current set of Arsenal players regularly fail to produce decent displays.

Arsenal set price on Alexis Sanchez 0

Posted on March 29, 2017 by Milos Markovic

The North London club appear to be coming to terms with Alexis Sanchez leaving the club at the end of the season as there are currently no indications that the Chilean superstar is prepared to commit himself to a new contract at Arsenal.

Following months of negotiations, the contract talks have reached an impasse and it is now believed that the two parties will not be returning to the table to discuss Sanchez’s contract situation until the end of the season.

Alexis Sanchez has reportedly asked for weekly wages around £300,000, which would be more than double to his current wages standing at £130,000 a week.

Arsenal’s Premier League rivals target Alexis Sanchez 0

Posted on March 28, 2017 by David Nugent

Arsenal star forward Alexis Sanchez is Chelsea’s priority summer signing according to the Guardian. The report claims that Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has told the Blues hierarchy which players he hopes to sign in the summer, with the Italian currently in talks over a new contract extension.

Elsewhere, Spanish newspaper Sport claim that German giants Bayern Munich are actually the favourites to nab the Chilean this summer. It is looking increasingly likely the former Barcelona ace will be leaving north London in the near future, as he will have just 12 months left on his Gunners contract in the summer.

Arsenal players need to take responsibility for struggles 0

Posted on March 08, 2017 by David Nugent

In recent weeks, months and even years people have questioned Arsene Wenger’s position as Arsenal boss. Those questions have once again raised after the Gunners 5-1 hammering at home to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.

The defeat at the Emirates Stadium meant that the Gunners suffered a 10-2 aggregate loss against the German champions. Wenger quite rightly talked about the official’s poor decisions against Bayern, but he needs to take a share of the responsibility.

However, the players do not seem to be getting the criticism they deserve for the Gunners current poor run of form.



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