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Should Arsenal move for Fraser on a free transfer? 0

Posted on June 19, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Four of the five Bournemouth players whose contracts are about to expire have agreed to and signed extensions, enabling them to play for the club for the rest of the Premier League season. The situation required all clubs to find such solution regarding the soon-to-be free agents, as the last few rounds are scheduled to break through the end of June deadline.

The one player that refused to do so is winger Ryan Fraser, and manager Eddie Howe revealed in a press conference today (Friday) that the Scottish winger won’t be involved at all anymore. He only wants players fully focused on the battle against relegation which his team is now facing.

A Transfer News Roundup 0

Posted on June 21, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

The summer transfer window is well and truly underway, and clubs and players around the world are looking to make smart moves for themselves in the market.

Arsenal are no exception. With no Champions League football to offer and a reportedly tight budget, they really need their wits about them. So what’s going on with all those reported targets? Well, there’s isn’t really a way for anyone looking from the outside to know, but the media, as is their wont, are talking. Let’s see what they’re saying.

Arsenal to bid for Fraser after Europa League final 0

Posted on May 25, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal will bid for Ryan Fraser of AFC Bournemouth after the Europa League final, according to TalkSPORT.

The upcoming final of UEFA’s second-tier competition is huge – a chance for a European trophy, but perhaps even more as a chance to beat a path into next season’s Champions League. And apparently, having failed to finish in the top four in the Premier League, the club will wait to see where exactly they play next season before making any concrete moves in the transfer market.

Gunners reportedly have competition for Bournemouth star 0

Posted on May 21, 2019 by David Nugent

According to the Standard, all six of last season’s Premier League top-six are monitoring the situation of Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser. The Scottish international’s contract expires in the summer of 2020 and noises coming out of the stars camp suggest that he wants to move on.

Arsenal have of course been heavily linked with a move for Fraser, who the Cherries rated in the £30million-bracket.

Competition for Fraser

The notion of all the top-six being interested in signing Fraser is a strange one. The winger enjoyed an impressive campaign for Bournemouth, scoring seven goals and producing 14 assists in the Premier League.

Would Ryan Fraser be a good signing for Arsenal? 0

Posted on April 05, 2019 by David Nugent

There has been plenty of talk in the media of late linking Arsenal with a summer move for Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser, who has not exactly distanced himself from a switch to north London.

In fact, the Scot is quoted by the Daily Star as saying “I’m not going to lie, it’s very nice. It means you are doing something right,”

“They are a huge club, a massive club. When you see your name thrown around you always think to yourself that you are a Bournemouth player and you try to do well.

Arsenal monitoring Fraser 0

Posted on April 02, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal are keeping tabs on Ryan Fraser of Bournemouth, according to The Times.

Manager Unai Emery is apparently still looking to add some attacking threat from the flanks to his team. He is not satisfied with the work Denis Suarez has put in since his arrival on loan from Barcelona in January, and perhaps it’s becoming a bit clearer why the 25-year-old had no place at his parent club.

Arsenal rescue late draw from Bournemouth trip 0

Posted on January 03, 2017 by David Nugent

Arsenal scored three goals in the last 20 minutes to draw 3-3 with ten men Bournemouth on Tuesday night in a pulsating encounter.

Bournemouth had the first effort of the game on seven minutes, as Joshua King dragged a shot wide of Petr Cech’s goal from long-range. The home side continued to press and Junior Stanislas fired an effort straight at Cech on ten minutes.

The Cherries had a penalty claim on 12 minutes, as King went down under a challenge from Arsenal goalkeeper Cech. However, referee Michael Oliver waved appeals for a penalty kick.



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