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Emile Smith Rowe reflects on new contract 0

Posted on July 23, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Emile Smith Rowe has officially signed a new contract with Arsenal Football Club which will serve as music to the ears of fans around the world. The youngster had a really strong end to the campaign last season and many hope, and believe, he could kick on and become a regular member of the starting XI.

During a recent interview with Arsenal.com, Smith Rowe spoke about the decision he’s made.

“Yeah, 100 per cent,” Smith Rowe said. “I said that in an interview and I mean it definitely. I can’t wait to carry on playing for this wonderful club and we’ll see what happens.

Emile Smith Rowe signs new Arsenal contract 0

Posted on July 22, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Emile Smith Rowe has signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal, the club have confirmed officially, thus ending the speculation about his near future at a stroke.

Smith Rowe was offered a place in the Arsenal Academy at the age of 10, and his progress was often praised by the people who worked with him between then and now. Having risen through the youth ranks, he had loan spells with RB Leipzig and Huddersfield at a time when his development required regular first-team football, and he was finally given a place in Mikel Arteta’s squad last summer.

Smith Rowe close to signing new Arsenal contract 0

Posted on July 16, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Emile Smith Rowe is very close to signing a new contract with Arsenal, according to the Evening Standard.

The Gunners are obviously busy in the transfer market these days, with one signing completed recently and a few more said to be in the pipeline. Left-back Nuno Tavares has arrived from Benfica and could feature on Saturday when Arsenal take on Rangers at the Ibrox. Midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga is set to follow from Anderlecht, while there’s reportedly still a lot of work to do regarding Brighton and Hove Albion defender Ben White. Arsenal have been credited with interest in Euro winner Manuel Locatelli of Sassuolo, but they face competition from Juventus and the Italy international is believed to prefer a move to Turin.

Arteta rules out Smith Rowe departure, less firm on Willock 0

Posted on July 14, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by Scottish side Hibernian in the opening match of the 2021 pre-season at the Easter Road in Edinburgh. Naturally, nothing can be deduced about the way the team will be set up next season so early in the summer, and the hope is merely that manager Mikel Arteta and his staff have taken away their own conclusions from the match to help them choose the right paths going forward.

Transfer rumours: Bellerin, Smith Rowe, Tavares 0

Posted on June 28, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

The transfer market is looking very lively for practically every club in the world at the moment. Arsenal are no exception of course, particularly given their needs in that aspect and the squad investments so eagerly anticipated since the Kroenkes promised to back manager Mikel Arteta this summer.

The latest rumours on that front involve Hector Bellerin and Emile Smith Rowe, as well as Benfica left-back Nuno Tavares.

Transfers: Arsenal reject Smith Rowe bid and see White and Lokonga ones rejected 0

Posted on June 16, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

It seems to have been a busy day as far as Arsenal’s dealings in the summer transfer markets are concerned, with with red lights shining at every crossroad for the moment. According to different sources, the Gunners rejected an offer from Aston Villa for Emile Smith Rowe, and saw their own bids for Brighton and Hove Albion defender Ben White and Anderlecht midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga turned down.

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.

Arsenal open vote for Player of the Season 0

Posted on May 28, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Now that Arsenal’s campaign has officially come to an end, it’s time to stop and reflect on what’s happened throughout the course of the season. We saw a handful of high moments but most of the time it wasn’t quite so positive, and that means there’s a big summer transfer window ahead for Mikel Arteta as he attempts to reposition this squad.

Now, as per Arsenal.com, the official list of five has been released regarding who everyone believes to be the Player of the Season.

Alexander Lacazette – 17 goals, three assists, took the reigns from Auba

Ozil praises Smith Rowe after fine display in triumph over West Brom 0

Posted on May 10, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal beat West Bromwich Albion by 3-1 at the Emirates on Sunday, condemning the Baggies to a return to the Championship this summer and making sure Sam Allardyce fails for the first time in his mission to keep a team in the top tier. Emile Smith Rowe got on the end of a low cross from Bukayo Saka to open the scoring in the 29th minute, and Nicolas Pepe doubled the Gunners’ lead six minutes later with a fine strike after cutting in from the right attacking flank. The visitors got some hope of avoiding defeat back after Matheus Pereira made a good run through the middle and fired past Bernd Leno in the 67th, but Willian had the final word with a nicely hit free-kick just before the end.

Balogun signs new Arsenal contract, Smith Rowe next 0

Posted on April 26, 2021 by Veselin Trajkovic

It’s been a while since Arsenal had what can be universally described as a good season. Though many expected plenty of positives from the first whole campaign of Mikel Arteta in charge, it hasn’t really been the case. The team are sitting in 10th place in the Premier League, and have been watching the Champions League on TV for four years. Reaching UEFA’s elite competition through top-four placement is practically mission impossible, but the Europa League can still provide the path to the desired destination – providing Arsenal win it, of course.



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