Manchester City’s deadline day attempts to sign Alexis Sanchez were always doomed to fail, just as Arsenal and Arsene Wenger had wanted. The Blues were left with less than 24 hours to complete the signing of a player away on international duty, all the while depending on Arsenal securing the signing of Thomas Lemar; who
Mesut Ozil, one of the biggest names in modern day football, is going through a bad phase. Football pundits have not only criticized his game, but also blamed him for being ‘lazy’. He is not committed to his future with Arsenal, they say. If a contract extension is not agreed upon, Arsenal risks losing both
As another crazy transfer window passes, we evaluate how each team has done. Unsurprisingly, people are saying that Arsenal have had the worst window. It all started off so well with the signings Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac. Then, all of a sudden, it went downhill. With players like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gabriel and Wojciech Szczesny
Alexis Sanchez is the heartbeat of Arsenal. He is solely responsible for why Arsenal were still mathematically alive at finishing top four in the Premier League. But he seems destined for a move away from the Emirates, as Arsenal lack the quality to win silverware other than the FA Cup, or be a true contender
Arsenal has hit one of the lowest points in their recent history this season. The London club, which finished in the top four of the English Premier League consecutively for twenty years, is seven points off the fourth spot currently occupied by Manchester City. The Arsene Wenger managed side is also three points behind Manchester
Jose Mourinho is eyeing up a stunning move for Arsenal star Mesut Ozil, according to the Sunday Mirror. Reunion Mourinho is hoping for a reunion after Ozil blossomed under his management at Real Madrid. Ozil has just one year left on his current contract, and has yet to commit his future to the Gunners.
It has been rumbling on for weeks. The contract situation concerning Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil has been hanging over Arsenal and while the club have failed with yet another title challenge this year, the futures of the pair remain unclear. The longer Arsenal continues this uncertainty, the more concerning it will be for the