Arsenal have found themselves in need of a lethal striker after a last winter departure of Aubameyang to Barcelona on free deal. So is this summer Lacazette has left for Lyon on a free transfer and Arteta has been linked with Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City as the perfect player to replace the two.
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Finally Arsenal Set For Star Transfer Talks With European Club As Arteta Missed On The Champions League
Arsenal had brought in William Saliba in 2019 from Nice in a fee worth £30m. The latter has been in a loan spell since arriving in London to try boost his chances of convincing the manager of a first choice place in Gunners team. However the player has been on excellent form this season with the Marseille team on temporary basis.
Chelsea and most of the top clubs across Europe's top leagues are set for major squad overhauls this summer transfer window. While some have confirmed a few transfers most are yet to sign anyone, with the transfer window not officially opened. Chelsea on their part have shortlisted a host of transfer targets to strengthen their squad for next season, to compete with the likes of defending league champions Manchester City for the league title, and also to retain their champions league trophy.
Arsenal could reportedly stand to be the biggest winners if the Premier League season ends up being voided due to coronavirus. Any decision taken on how to deal with the end of the season would require a two-thirds majority, so 14 clubs, to vote on the final outcome, according to the Evening Standard. As things stand, the league is due to resume on April 3, but it is widely felt that it’s unlikely to be that soon, and there’s plenty of speculation about other possible solutions to the problem. The seas
The top-flight tootball transfer market shuts tonight at 11pm. Arsenal has made a statement that they want to restore their days of glory at the emirates with a solid start of the season only losing to the current title holders Liverpool. Mike Arteta has been clear about his plan and direction at the club singling out a champions league spot as one of the Gunner's targets this season. This goal has seen him use the transfer market to make reinforcements signing Cebalos on a permanent deal and bringing in Ex-Chelsea
“We Are In Talks With The Board” – Thomas Tuchel Seems To Confirm Change To Chelsea’s Transfer Plans
The Blues manager, Thomas Tuchel appears to have changed his transfer plans, after holding talks with the club’s board. Chelsea started the season as title favourites but their current form suggests that, more work is needed, so as to improve this squad and close the gap on Manchester City.
"Am Here To Win Titles" Says Tuchel As Chelsea Considered Favourites to Win Champions League Trophy.
The blues are fresh from thrashing North London rivals Palace.Four goals to nil in the premier league encounter.And the German tactician faces another obstacle.Ahead of his mission to win trophies with Chelsea.Before him is unfinished business with Porto, despite an early first leg two goal lead.
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As per the Evening Standard, Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has been given the 'Fred and Anne Jarvis Award' by the National Education Union (NEU) for his battle against kid food neediness.
Kai Havertz made his Chelsea first appearance in the Monday evening game and had an exceptional play, which was nothing unexpected given the conditions. The way that he began the game was more remarkable, given how little planning time he's had, and talking in cites got by the Evening Standard, the midfielder uncovered why he had battled in his first minutes in English football: Those are entirely sensible reasons, and we should not overlook he wasn't being played in his best position either. "It was a