Arsenal, under Unai Emery, are making several changes already. After the club cut ties with long time manager Arsene Wenger, Emery and the management have made several changes to the players and playing patterns.
Jack Wilshere has left the midfield but the club is hoping to keep Aaron Ramsey. Lucas Torreira has joined, hoping to link up well with his former boss at Sevilla. Another former Sevilla star Steven N’Zonzi, who recently won the World Cup with France, is the next target for the Gunners, as per reports.
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Arsene Wenger has stated that Arsenal is ready for the first tie of their game against CSKA Moscow in the Europa League. He said that he has no new injuries since the game against Stoke City and he believes that his players can get a good result in this game.
Arsenal will be desperate to win this game as the Europa League is realistically the only way that they could get back in the Champions League. However, they will first have to get past two tricky ties against Russian side CSKA Moscow. Continue reading Arsenal Ready For Europa League
Alexis Sanchez believes he is ready to play for Arsenal against Bournemouth on Saturday despite boss Arsene Wenger raising some concerns over his fitness level.
Having maintained all summer that last season’s top scorer wasn’t for sale, Arsenal caved in on deadline day and accepted a bid in the region of £60million only to pull the plug when they were unable to tempt Thomas Lemar into moving from Monaco to North London.
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Danny Welbeck is one of those players who despite being given many chances to stand out with various clubs in different seasons, he just fails to truly mark his name as a top attacker.
When people mention the best strikers in the world of football, Danny Welbeck is not a name that pops up as he simply has not proved to have the qualities that are needed in order to be a top notch goal-scorer.
During his debut season at the Emirates Stadium, Welbeck could only score 4 goals in 27 appearances and things have not significantly improved ever since then as the English forward has struggled trying to make a true impact as an Arsenal player.
In the following season of 2015-16, Welbeck made 11 appearances and scored 4 goals as well.
However, despite all of the struggles of the 26 year old forward, Arsene Wenger has confidence that Welbeck will be able to break his tradition of being in the shadows of others and finally stand out on his own. Continue reading Arsene Wenger is certain that Welbeck will prove doubters wrong
Premier League side Arsenal could look inwards for depth as they mount a serious league title challenge and feature in the Europa League tournament – which could stretch the travel plans of the team.
The pre-season afforded Arsene Wenger the chance to show off some of the youngsters at the club.
Matt Macey could get more games under his belt this season if Emi Martinez decides to go out on loan. The keeper is desperate for game time so he could move out elsewhere. With Wojciech Szczesny off permanently to Serie A champs Juventus, Petr Cech and David Ospina are the only senior men in the goalkeeping department. Ryan Huddart is on loan at Eastleigh so the youngster is clear to take the third spot behind the experienced shot stoppers.
Krystian Bielok has the height and he is versatile. He can play in centre back, defensive midfield and holding midfield. The player could support Gabriel, Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi. He was on loan at Birmingham City recently so he should be ready to step up in supporting capacity at least.
The Gunners have a decent prospect in Joe Willock. He paired with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the middle during the preseason but he was in defensive role when he played alongside Aaron Ramsey in the Emirates Cup. The 17-year old could provide valuable support in the EFL Cupor in faraway games in Europe when the team is stretched. Continue reading ARSENAL COULD ADD SOME YOUNGSTERS THIS SEASON