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Arsenal face competition in race to sign MLS star 0

Posted on November 03, 2017 by Milos Markovic

Newcastle United and AC Milan have both been credited with Arsenal target Miguel Almiron, who is widely expected to leave Atlanta United after a breakthrough season in the MLS.

The 23-year-old Paraguay international made an instant impression in the American football in his very first season in the MLS.

Almiron joined Atlanta United in a Young Designated Player deal said to be worth around $8 million from Lanus and went on to rake up nine goals and 14 assists in 30 appearances for his team.

Tying down Mesut Ozil is vital for Arsenal 0

Posted on September 04, 2016 by David Nugent

For the first half of last season German playmaker Mesut Ozil’s form was outstanding. His form dipped in the second half of the campaign, but he still managed to register an impressive 19 assists and six goals in the Premier League for the season.

The start to Ozil’s season was delayed due to an extended break after Euro 2016, but he scored in his first start of the campaign last time out against Watford.

Mesut Ozil is one of Arsenal’s shining lights

Gunners linked with bid for PSG striker 0

Posted on September 07, 2015 by David Nugent

According to the Metro and reports from Spain, Arsenal could be set to renew their interest in PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic next summer, with rumours that the 33-year-old is set to leave the French capital next summer.

The mercurial Swede will turn 34 in October, but is still highly-rated throughout world football. He has scored 106 goals in 126 appearances for PSG and was prolific at the likes of Inter, Ajax, AC Milan and Juventus prior to his move to Ligue One.

Thierry Henry retires to become a TV pundit 1

Posted on December 16, 2014 by David Nugent

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has called time on his playing career and is set to embark on a new career with Sky Sports as TV pundit in 2015. Henry had been linked with a return to his former-club in some capacity, but has decided to opt for a new career in the media.

Retirement

Henry explained his decision by telling Sky Sports: “It’s hard to leave the game you love behind,”

“But I’m at peace with what I’ve done in the game; I’ve got no regrets.

Legendary Striker Back To Arsenal? 3

Posted on July 26, 2012 by admin

The most prolific striker in Arsenal’s history, Thierry Henry, has spoken about the possibility of another move to the Emirates Stadium as the 34-year-old approaches the end of his contract with MLS side NY Red Bulls.

Henry spent a few months with the Gunners last season, and he now seems eager to rejoin the London side even though he has admitted that there were no talks with manager Arsene Wenger about the switch.

“I would like to go back to England with Arsenal for sure,” Henry said when asked about a second loan stint with the Gunners.



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