Even though Arsenal is experiencing a superb Premier League race, Arsene Wenger has not closed his options of strengthening his squad and in one of the ways that the French manager is interested in upgrading his squad is by signing new players.
One of the players who is consistently being linked with a winter transfer window to Arsenal is AdrienRabiet of PSG.
AdrienRabiet is a 20 year old French midfielder that has attracted the attention of Arsene Wenger and it was actually believed that back in December of 2015, Rabiet had actually requested a loan move away from PSG but his loan move was denied by the head officials of the club.
If Rabiet did indeed request a loan move to another club, there could be something going on involving the young player and PSG which could be taken advantage by Arsenal and sign him up on a permanent deal but this will only happen if the Premier League club launch an offer that is tempting enough for PSG to release him.
The midfield section of Arsenal is one of the areas of the team that Arsene Wenger is most interested in improving and that’s why Rabiet has turned up as a possible singing. Mohamed Elneny is another one of the players who has entered the radar of the French manager. Continue reading AdrienRabiet is a priority signing of Arsene Wenger
Theo Walcott is all set to make his much awaited come back to the Arsenal 1st team this weekend against Southampton. Since September, the England player has been missing in the 1st team with an abdominal would. Now he is set to make a return against his former club after a successful comeback to full training.
The report would come as a huge boost to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as the London club would look for bounce back from their earlier narrow match defeat at Manchester United just before the international break.
In the mean time, in-form mid-field player Aaron Ramsey is anticipated to be available for Arsenal in spite of missing Wales’ match against Finland previous Friday.
Lukas Podolski, the German footballer, is also closing in a first team come back after intensifying his training routine as he bids to return from a hamstring wound which has sidelined him after the 2 – 0 Champions League match win against Fenerbahce earlier in August
Recently, Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud stated that he and his mates in the team are ready to die to take France to the finals of the football World Cup. France are in the threshold of failing to qualify for the next year’s World Cup.
Speaking to an England tabloid, Giroud told that they are set to die on the field in order to qualify for the finals. They want to show French people that that they are proud to represent their country. The team is very optimistic about their chances.
The likes of The Sun and The Mirror love nothing more than for there to be a hint of controversy and instability surrounding the future of some of Arsenal’s stars.
Just think of transfer speculation of years past, regarding the likes of Alexander Hleb, Emmanuel Adebayor, and, of course, Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas, in more recent times.
This summer, though, the hacks at the tabloids have been enjoying a field day with speculation regarding star striker, Robin Van Persie, and now England’s new ‘star in the ascendancy’, Theo Walcott.
Yes, that is right; Walcott has now announced that he will not consider signing a new deal with the club that put trust in him from a ridiculously young age, upon his arrival from Southampton, until RVP commits himself to a long-term future at the club.
Should Gooners be concerned, though? RVP did not exactly light up the Euros and, although he managed not to pick up an injury, he cannot be expected to enjoy another full domestic season of injury-free form for a club that has been denied his services consistently, due to his inability to stay fit. Continue reading Better off Without RVP and Walcott?