Introducing Arsenal transfer target Matteo Guendouzi

Introducing Arsenal transfer target Matteo Guendouzi

Arsenal have been one of the most active Premier League clubs this summer and Sky Sports report they could be set to make another signing, as the Gunners enter talks with Lorient over Matteo Guendouzi. Unai Emery is not wasting any time as he attempts to turn the Gunners back into a team capable of challenging at the top of the Premier League. He has already signed Bernd Leno, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner. Meanwhile, Lucas Torreira is expected to …
Arsenal Sign Bernd Leno: An Improvement Over Ospina?

Arsenal Sign Bernd Leno: An Improvement Over Ospina?

It is a World Cup summer, so the transfer window is going to show slow progress while the premier national competition is on. Indeed, most big clubs seem to be biding their time and evaluating their options as the World Cup enters the knockout stages this weekend. Most, but not all. Arsenal seem to be going about their transfer business without getting too distracted by the spectacle in Russia. While, they did change their manager long before and they did …
Stephan Lichtsteiner to Arsenal: A Good Option from the Bench

Stephan Lichtsteiner to Arsenal: A Good Option from the Bench

Change is afoot at Arsenal. With Arsene Wenger’s departure and Unai Emery’s appointment, a lot of changes are being expected and I am sure they will take place in the due course of time. However, the first set of changes that have taken place are interesting, if not entirely expected. Per Mertesacker has announced retirement and is now the Under-21 manager for the Gunners. Santi Cazorla has been released as well. On the incoming side, Arsenal have announced the signing …
Steven N'Zonzi Would Solve Arsenal's Midfield Problems

Steven N'Zonzi Would Solve Arsenal's Midfield Problems

Arsenal have started a new era at the Emirates Stadium with the appointment of Unai Emery as manager and they must now bring in the players required to push the club back into the Champions League. Their recruitment has been revamped in the last year with Sven Mislintat coming in to lead proceedings, but the new manager will be able to contribute to discussions regarding targets. The Mirror report that he wants to bring Steven N'Zonzi to the club as …
Arsenal Set to Hire Unai Emery as Wenger's Replacement

Arsenal Set to Hire Unai Emery as Wenger's Replacement

This article was published before Emery was announced as the new manager of Arsenal. After weeks of speculation that Arsenal would replace Arsene Wenger with former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, the BBC's David Ornstein is now reporting that former PSG and Sevilla boss Unai Emery will be appointed as the club's new manager. Given Ornstein's track record, it is relatively safe to assume that Emery will be Arsenal's new manager. With that in mind, it is a good time to …
Leicester vs Arsenal Preview | Team News & Key Players

Leicester vs Arsenal Preview | Team News & Key Players

Leicester City are solidly in midtable and don't have a whole lot left to play for this season as, barring a reasonably significant swing in goal difference, they cannot finish any lower than 10th.  Their recent performances have looked like a team with nothing to play for.  Leicester are winless in their last five matches, losing four and drawing one, while only scoring two goals.  That said, the Foxes could be keen to get some revenge on Arsenal after the …
Arsenal v Burnley Preview | Team News & Key Players

Arsenal v Burnley Preview | Team News & Key Players

Following their disappointing loss to Atletico Madrid in the Europa League, Arsenal's season is essentially over.  Their season is just about winning as many games for Arsene Wenger before he leaves.  This one, in particular, will be big as it is his last home game as Arsenal manager.  The Arsenal players will want to see Wenger win his last home match as Arsenal boss, so they'll be as motivated as can be for this match. Burnley have had their best …
Manchester United and Arsenal Play out a Borefest in Wenger's Finale

Manchester United and Arsenal Play out a Borefest in Wenger's Finale

Lacking in intensity and urgency, the final game between Manchester United and Arsene Wenger's Arsenal was everything the fixture had been reduced to in the last decade.  As Arsene Wenger was welcomed with a standing ovation and a short commemoration ceremony that involved former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and the incumbent manager Jose Mourinho (slightly reluctantly, if I may) congratulating the Frenchman on a fine career, there was a sharp indication as to how little the game that …
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