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Arsene Wenger to step down at the end of the season 0

Posted on April 20, 2018 by David Nugent

According to the BBC, veteran Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will step down as the north London clubs boss at the end of the season after more than two decades in charge.

Wenger is quoted by the BBC as saying: “I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years,” said Wenger. “I managed the club with full commitment and integrity.

“To all the Arsenal lovers, take care of the values of the club.”

Arsenal dealt blow in pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain forward 0

Posted on August 30, 2017 by Crippy Cooke

Paris Saint-Germain will be snubbing all interest in forward Julian Draxler to ensure the 23-year-old stays in France, says Germany manager Joachim Low, reports Football.London.

Draxler has been linked with a move to Arsenal this summer after reports he was seeking an exit from the Parc des Princes. But Low believes PSG are desperate to keep him and won’t let him leave.

“I know for a fact that Paris don’t want to sell him. They are convinced of his outstanding qualities. He made such a big step forward there. I am convinced that he will come out on top at Paris. By now, he’s already playing a big role for us,” he said.

Wenger replacement being eyed by Arsenal 0

Posted on September 03, 2016 by David Nugent

According to a report on the Daily Mirror website, Arsenal are looking at Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe and Dortmund’s Thomas Tuchel as potential replacements for long-serving boss Arsene Wenger.

The veteran Frenchman’s contract expires next summer and there is little indication whether he will stay on at the north London club or leave the club. How the Gunners do for the rest of the campaign will determine if Wenger gets handed a new contract.

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Bookies receive flurry of bets on Joachim Low to be next Arsenal manager 1

Posted on March 08, 2016 by Nemanja Lazarevic

UK bookmaker William Hill has revealed that their customers have been heavily backing current Germany coach Joachim Low to take over as Arsenal manager from the 2016/2017 season.

Arsene Wenger is under fire as the Gunners yet again let their Premier League title bid falter in the crucial stage of the season, with an eight-point gap behind leaders Leicester quite disappointing.

Chances are that the Frecnhman will never decide to retire on his own, but there is a chance the club bosses will let the Professor leave at the end of the current campaign.

Ozil international exclusion good for Arsenal 0

Posted on November 13, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil was left out of Germany’s squad for the friendly international games against France and the Netherlands. His form certainly was not the reason, as German boss Joachim Low stated that the reason is that the Premier League does not have a winter break, obviously meaning Ozil needs a break.

The exclusion of Ozil from the Germany squad is a good thing for Arsenal, as the playmaker will be well rested by the time the Gunners visit West Brom next weekend.

Low backs Ozil to come good 0

Posted on June 05, 2014 by Nemanja Lazarevic

Germany coach Joachim Low is confident star midfielder Mesut Ozil will regain his form at the 2014 World Cup following some disappointing performances for both club and country.

Despite enjoying a bright start to his career at Arsenal following a big money switch from Real Madrid, the highly rated midfielder has struggled for form throughout the Premier League campaign.

He has also failed to play to his potential in the international friendlies ahead of the 2014 World Cup, with Germany fans voicing their discontent following Ozil’s poor performance in a friendly draw against Cameroon.

Germany boss considers Gnabry for World Cup squad 0

Posted on November 20, 2013 by Nemanja Lazarevic

Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry has received an unexpected boost as Germany boss Joachim Low hinted that the talented footballer could make die Mannschaft World Cup squad.

The 18-year-old exploded onto the biggest stage this season, making 4 Premier League appearances and scoring one goal in the process.

He has in turn received special praise from Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, with Germany manager Joachim Low also keeping close tabs on youngster.

Following the 1-0 friendly win over England at Wembley, Low moved to suggest that Gnabry could even make Germany World Cup squad.

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