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Leno exit edging closer? 0

Posted on October 02, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Bernd Leno and Aaron Ramsdale have split the Premier League matches equally so far this season; they’ve stood between the posts on three occasions each. Interestingly enough, though, it was Leno who started the first three, the three that Arsenal lost, and Ramsdale the following three which the Gunners won.

“There was no clear reason why I was out, but it had nothing to do with my performance,” Leno recently told German outlet Sport Bild.

“He is the trainer, he decides. Of course, it’s difficult for me.

Arsenal to step up Onana interest 0

Posted on June 11, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal are set to step up their interest in Andre Onana and are preparing to enter negotiations with Ajax after the goalkeeper saw his doping ban reduced to nine months by the Court of Arbitration for Sports, according to Charles Watts of Goal.com. Onana will now be able to return to action in November, which means he wouldn’t miss too many matches at the start of the season.

There is still much uncertainty over the future of Bernd Leno. The German is reportedly keen on leaving the Emirates this summer and the club aren’t opposed to the idea, providing a suitable offer for his services arrives. That would, of course, mean the Gunners would need another No.1 for the near future.

Arsenal set to send four players to Euros 0

Posted on June 04, 2021 by Harry Kettle

While the domestic season may be over, the summer is only just getting started. Arsenal fans around the world are set to transition over into supporting their national teams for what is bound to be a chaotic few months of Euros, Copa America and Summer Olympics action.

With regards to the Euros it certainly feels as if the excitement is building with each and every passing day and now, Arsenal.com has confirmed that the club will be sending four players to the tournament with all hoping they can make an impact.

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Onana interest and Odegaard price 0

Posted on June 01, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

The summer transfer window is approaching fast and with it come various rumours as usual. At the moment, Arsenal are trying hard to work out a deal to keep Martin Odegaard at the Emirates, but among plenty of other things (defenders and midfielders mostly), they are also reportedly on the lookout for a goalkeeper to take over from Bernd Leno as the No.1, should the German leave.

A number of outlets, not only in England, claim Leno could leave, although not all agree on the reasons behind it. Some say Leno himself is considering his options, aiming to play in the Champions League, while others say that it’s actually Arsenal who aren’t completely satisfied with his services and want an upgrade.

Transfer work well under way 0

Posted on May 31, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

According to James McNicholas of The Athletic, Arsenal’s shopping list for the upcoming summer transfer window is quite extensive. The club are on the lookout for defenders to fill all roles across the back line, central midfielders and No 10s.

As for the latter, it’s not exactly a secret that the Gunners are working hard on finding an agreement with Real Madrid about a permanent transfer of Martin Odegaard; the 22-year-old Norway international remains the top priority. Manager Mikel Arteta is believed to be impressed not only by his playing qualities, both technical and tactical, but also by his character and marks of a potential leader of the team.

Leno open to everything in the future 0

Posted on April 15, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has revealed that he is open to any path that may present itself to him regarding his future.

Having gone through the youth ranks at Stuttgart and won the Under-17 Bundesliga with them, the 29-year-old never made a competitive appearance for their first team. Instead, he was loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen in 2011 for a year, at the end of which Leverkusen pursued and completed a permanent deal for his services. Overall, he stood between the posts on 304 occasions for the Bundesliga side, and his notable performances there earned him a move to Arsenal in 2018, led by Unai Emery at the time, for a reported fee of just over £22 million.

Team news ahead of Leeds clash 0

Posted on February 11, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal have had a number of players absent from the last couple of fixtures, and here’s the official verdict when it comes to some of them being involved when the Gunners face Leeds United on Sunday.

Goalkeeper Bernd Leno was sent off for a, for a lack of a better word, foolish moment when he handled the ball outside the penalty area in the 2-1 defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers on February 2nd. He has now served his one-match suspension – the 1-0 defeat away to Aston Villa on Saturday last, which means he is available for Sunday.

Arteta hopes Luiz red card is overturned 0

Posted on February 04, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is hopeful that the red card received by David Luiz against Wolverhampton Wanderers will be overturned.

The Gunners were in a 0-1 lead at the Molineux, courtesy of a great goal by Nicolas Pepe in the 32nd minute, when Luiz was was judged in the final seconds of the first half to have committed a last-man foul on Wolves striker Willian Jose in the box. Referee Craig Pawson gave the penalty and sent the Brazilian to the dressing room directly, and his decision was upheld by John Moss in the VAR room. The misery soon got worse as Joao Moutinho scored another one for the home team four minutes after the break, and then turned to a complete disaster when Bernd Leno also received a red card for a rash trip out of the box and touching the ball with his hand there.

Martinelli, Ryan and Odegaard make Europa League squad 0

Posted on February 03, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal’s 25-man list for the knockout stages of the Europa League has been revealed, and as expected, there were a couple of changes compared to the one submitted for the group phase back in October.

Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Mesut Ozil missed out back then, and they both left the club in January. That may not be too relevant, but the departures of Sead Kolasinac and Shkodran Mustafi, who were both on that list, certainly are as they opened up two spots for foreign players to be added. Those spots have now been filled by goalkeeper Mat Ryan and attacking midfielder Martin Odegaard, both of whom arrived last month on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion and Real Madrid, respectively.

Leno attempts to rally fans after Everton defeat 0

Posted on December 21, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal fans are still coming to terms with the fact that after 14 Premier League games, they are in 15th place with 14 points. They are 12 points off of Everton in fourth place and we haven’t even reached the new year yet, indicating a serious drop off in the Gunners’ ability to push for a top four place.

During a recent interview with Arsenal.com, however, goalkeeper Bernd Leno made an attempt to rally the troops in the face of great adversity. While he did acknowledge the disappointment that supporters have been feeling, he made it clear that now is the time for us to come together.



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