Arsenal fans around the globe are closely following the progress of their talented prospects who are spending the season away from the club.
In football, transfers can be one of the most unexpected things to happen.Some players join rivals and others even betray their clubs and join rival clubs in a cold heart.
The Gunners had a nice winter transfer record after several guys got a chance to hang their boots and leave the North London colney on the edge of the January window. Majority of them were in search for enough minutes of play, while others left on permanent deals. Leaving the Emirates stadium for some was not a great idea from the coach, as the legend Sol Campbell puts it, since they possessed pivotal assistance that was being seen from their earlier developments, and if they could have been given enough trust,
Tottenham hotspurs midfielder Delle Alli would be a welcome addition to Arsenal was he to swap the Lilly whites for the gunners this summer. This is according to Arsenal legend Ray Parlour who believes arsenal fans across the world would welcome the opportunity to sign the playmaker. He believes at only £50m, the deal would represent a shrewd piece of business should it materialize though the chances are very slim. The attacking midfielder has been frozen out of the squad by Jose Mourinho who feels the player
The English Premier League is the most exciting, most entertaining and most iconic footballing competition in the world. Since the league's reincarnation as the Premier League, we've seen some incredibly talented footballers grace the turf of our football stadiums. Who's the best, though? It's a debate which consistently rages across the United Kingdom and, in fact, across the world. Read on to find my ranking of the top 20 players we've seen so far, along with some honourable mentions. Enjoy the slideshow and
Arsenal traveled to Old Trafford on Sunday 1 where they faced Premier League heavyweights Manchester United emerging victorious thanks to a spot kick by skipper Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. Going to the match Arsenal hadn’t recorded a win at Old Trafford in the league since the 17th September 2006. That same year they had made it to the Champions League final at the Stade de France in Paris losing to spanish side Barcelona. The last time Arsenal beat Man United at their home before last sunday evening was back
When Mikel Arteta arrived at the Emirates stadium, he was inheriting a shambolic squad that lacked a team spirit, a clear playing structure and a divided dressing room. The magic the spaniard has been able to conjure in his short spell with the gunners has left many arsenal fans lauding and singing praises for their gaffer. The rebuilding process is definitely going to take time and this is a fact that even Mikel himself understands and admits it cannot be done in a single transfer window. Thomas Partey's arrival
Arsenal invicibles left their mark on the 2003-2004 season. But their brawling was not only limited to the field. In 2004, Arsenal made History by becoming... An attractive football, the fruit of wenger's work. But not only! And But Lauren, the reason behind those fights was obviously Arsenal's team was indeed packed with great talent the likes of Thierry Henry, Patrick vierra, Sol Campbell And with talent often comes big Ego, sometimes Oversized! "we were all very competitive and we were all fighting because
Arsenal traveled to the Elland Road to take on Leeds and were hoping to bounce back from their loss against Aston Villa before the international break. Leeds will feel unlucky not to bag all the three points as they hit the post with their shots on three occasions during the match and Bernd Leno also was in inspiring form. It was however the performance of summer acquisition from Lille in Gabriel Magalhaes that drew plaudits from fans who feel they have a gem within their ranks. Gabriel was strong in the air
Santi Cazorla is of the best midfielders the Premier league has ever had. He played for Arsenal before joining spanish side Villareal and was one of Wenger's key man in the midfield. Cazorla also made it to the Spanish national team squad. He formed a perfect partnership alongside Ozil and Granit Xhaka at Arsenal and the combination was a superb one. Despite having a great talent, Cazorla had a series of injuries that limited his game time. He had a serious injury which kept him out for a whole year from football.