June 20, 2017 by
According to the Daily Mail, Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has his pick of clubs this summer, with Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea reportedly keen on his signature. The England international, who has just 12 months left on his current deal, looks set to leave Arsenal as a result of a lack of playing time in his favourite position, but where will he go?
Liverpool still lead the race for the midfielder, with manager Jurgen Klopp a big fan of Oxlade-Chamberlain. The Arsenal player’s industry and creativity would see him fit into the Reds side and be a useful player for their Champions League campaign in 2017/18. And with Arsenal out of the prestigious competition, while having reportedly not offered a formal deal to the 23-year-old, it’s hard to see him remaining at the Emirates Stadium. .......Read more here.....
June 18, 2017 by
According to the Metro, Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to leave the Gunners this summer. If this is true, it will bring out mixed emotions in Gunners fans.
The England midfielder has just a year left on his contract in north London. Reports have emerged that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is not exactly doing everything in his power to keep the midfielder at the club.
Not lived up to his potential
I have always been torn on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as an Arsenal player. He arrived at the club from Southampton with a seemingly bright future ahead of him. He has yet to live up to his potential at the club. .......Read more here.....
April 24, 2017 by
North London club Arsenal are believed to be willing to offer as much as £20 million offer for RB Leipzig midfielder Emil Forsberg, according to reports coming from the British Isles.
The 25-year-old Forsberg is having a brilliant season in Bundesliga, where he is widely regarded as one of the top performers this term with eight goals and 15 assists in 25 league appearances.
Regarded as one of the major factors behind RB Leipzig successful debut campaign in the top tier, Emil Forsberg has caught the eye of several Europe’s biggest sides, Arsenal included. .......Read more here.....
September 03, 2016 by
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.
Highly-rated rookie on the south coast .......Read more here.....
August 13, 2016 by
Arsenal kick-off their Premier League campaign on Sunday afternoon as they Gunners welcome Liverpool to the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal had enjoyed a productive pre-season results wise. However, the majority of Gunners supporters have been frustrated by the lack of transfer activity.
The only senior player to arrive at the club in the summer was Swiss international midfielder Granit Xhaka, much to the frustration of the Arsenal fans.
The side from north London also purchased Bolton youngster Rob Holding as ‘one for the future’, but the 20-year-old looks set for his competitive debut against Liverpool because of Arsenal’s defensive crisis. .......Read more here.....
June 16, 2016 by
According to the Sun, Arsenal could be in a battle with Liverpool to sign £27million-rated Bayern Munich’s Germany international Mario Gotze, who is currently at Euro 2016 with his country.
Gotze has struggled to cement a place in the Bayern Munich starting line-up since moving to Bavaria from rivals Dortmund in a big money deal. It now seems the World Cup winner is set to move on this summer and the Premier League looks like a likely destination.
Liverpool are also reported to be interested in signing Gotze, as the attacking midfielder played under current Reds boss Jurgen Klopp at Dortmund. Klopp is believed to be keen on adding his former charge to his squad on Merseyside this summer. .......Read more here.....
January 13, 2016 by
If there was one style of play Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was most fearful of, it’s Liverpool’s. While having finally found a way to win ugly in the physical battles against bottom-half opposition, it’s relentless high-pressing opponents that have managed to pick up points against Arsenal in the last few years, such as Swansea City and Southampton. Tottenham gave them problems this campaign, and now Liverpool could well be another bogey side for the Gunners. .......Read more here.....
January 12, 2016 by
Arsenal travel to face Liverpool in the Premier League on Wednesday night which also sees managers Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp go head to head in the division for the first time. The two successful coaches have locked horns a number of times in the Champions League, but this week’s clash at Anfield could potentially be the first of many domestic encounters.
Wenger is a long-serving manager at Arsenal, while his counterpart ended a lengthy tenure at Borussia Dortmund before joining Liverpool. Arsenal and Dortmund have only met on the continental stage, but it’s Wenger who boasts bragging rights, having beaten Klopp three times and drawing once in their five past meetings. .......Read more here.....
January 12, 2016 by
Premier League leaders travel to Anfield on Wednesday to face an injury-hit Liverpool team, with the Gunners looking to maintain their position at the top of the table.
The home side have been in patchy form of late and since the appointment of Jurgen Klopp and are in the midst of an injury crisis. Klopp decided to field a weakened team last time out against Exeter and suffered a scare, as a goal from youngster Brad Smith with just 17 minutes left rescued a replay for the men from Merseyside. .......Read more here.....
January 11, 2016 by
Arsenal’s opponents on Wednesday night in the Premier League Liverpool are one of the most unpredictable teams in the top-flight. A recent injury crisis has also added to their unpredictability.
The Reds under Jurgen Klopp have been producing some very inconsistent performances and it is difficult to know what to expect from the side from Merseyside. Sometimes they are superb like at Chelsea or Manchester City.
Other times they perform poorly just like at West Ham recently. The number of injuries for Jurgen Klopp’s team makes it difficult to know whose going to play for the Reds. The style of football will always be the same from Klopp though, as he has always favoured a high-tempo, possession based brand of football. .......Read more here.....