Arsenal are one of the biggest clubs in England with the club commanding huge popularity across the World. it is no surprise that several young players would love to don the Red colours of the club as the Premier League continues to dominate.

Bordeaux forward Josh Maja in a recent interview revealed that he dreams of playing for the Gunners in the nearest future. The 20-year-old forward surprised many by making the move from Sunderland to Bordeaux in January as very few English players make the move across the channel.


Premier League side Arsenal would be selling players that do not agree to a new deal as per latest report from the club management. The club have decided to take recent lessons more seriously after losing out big time repeatedly in key transfer deals.

The protracted transfer saga of Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey are key lessons forcing the management to make this move. Mesut Ozil used the same strategy to bargain being the highest paid player in the team.


Arsenal Fc ladies kepttheir dreams of winning the England women super league alive, after returning to winning ways with a 3-0 away to Reading. Women super league highest goal scorer Vivianne Miedema, gave Arsenal ladies the lead in the 2nd minute, in what was her 16th goal of the season. Which automatically makes her the record goal scorer in a single season in the Women Super League, with seven matches yet to be played. She met a KatrineVeje cross with a powerful shot that took a deflection, before finding its way past Reading goalkeeper  GraceMaloney. The host responded with a spell of fluid attacking play, with Remi Allen firing narrowly wide from a Brooke Chaplen pass.

The gunners remained a threat, and saw the Reading goalie keep out Miedema’s close range header just before the half-hour mark. Reading ladies nearly equalised in spectacular fashion soon after that, when a sensational Fara Williams’ spectacular volley was tipped onto the bar by Arsenal goalkeeper.

Laurent Koscielny Return To Arsenal In The Europa League Is A “Start Of New Chapter” In His Life

Laurent Koscielny who is the captain of Arsenal has made 325 appearances for his team. He is at present 33 years old, but back in the semi final played in May where his team was defeated by the Atletico Madrid he ruptured his Achilles. And since then he was not able to play for his team. But he made his comeback in Arsenal in a match played in the Europa League where they defeated Qarabag with an ease, after recovering from the injury. And after the match, he said on his return that he has “started a new chapter” in his life and his career.

His job against a weak side like Qarabag was not difficult and they had beaten them with a score of 1-0. Although this result would not made any difference because Arsenal was already qualified as the winners of the Group for the last 32 teams. Regarding the victory and the match, Laurent said: “It was very much important for me to perform today”.

Ian Wright on Alexis Sanchez

Former Arsenal legend and England international Ian Wright who currently works as a pundit believes that Manchester United will sell Alexis Sanchez in the near future. He said that they cannot afford to pay such a high salary for a player that is failing to deliver the goods.

Wright said that Alexis Sanchez is performing really poorly since leaving Arsenal and that this is impacting the performance of Manchester United. He said that Jose Mourinho will not be able to put it in the team any longer especially when you have players such as Martial and Rashford pushing for a place in the team. He said that Sanchez will have to improve if he wants to remain in the team.

Sherwood Tips West Ham Should Challenge Gunners

According to the old Spurs boss Tim Sherwood. This summer Arsenal will face a fight with West Ham to secure place in European. According to the sources, Irons have shown their intent to challenge the position by spending nearly £100m this summer all on new players. The West Ham has broken their transfer record this summer all to capture Felipe Anderson the attacking midfielder from Lazio spending the amount £36m.

This fee has surpassed the last fee that this club paid. The last highest was £22m. The club spent this to sign Issa Diop in the same transfer window. Meanwhile, according to the sources, two ex-Arsenal players have also gone across London to join the revolution of Manuel Pellegrini at the Olympic Stadium. Jack Wilshere, the gunners academy graduate arrived all for no fee and he was followed by Lucas Perez, who was signed in the amount of £4m yesterday. (more…)

BBC Sports journalist drops update on Arsenal’s interest in Sokratis Papastathopoulos

BBC Sport pundit David Ornstein has confirmed that Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos is close to sealing a summer move to the Emirates Stadium. The Greece international has just a year left on his existing deal at BvB and he has apparently turned down the prospect of an extension.

“As per @JackPittBrooke Arsenal close to signing Sokratis Papastathopoulos from Dortmund. Latest acquisition led by Sven Mislintat, continues drive to rebuild defence/squad with experience/leadership. #AFC prioritising ready players & will integrate youth (eg Mavropanos) over time,” Ornstein wrote on his official Twitter account.

Mustafi Confident of Arsenal Winning the Title after Burnley Win

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi managed to score his first goal for the club since his move from Valencia in the summer.

His goal against Burnley helped the gunners take a 1-0 lead in the match before ending up as a 2-1 winners after two dramatic injury time penalties. Burnley received the first of the penalties which appeared to have put a major dent on Arsenal’s title challenge, but a late, late goal from Alexis Sanchez paved way for the gunners moving into the second spot.Mustafiwas signed from Valencia for around £ 34 million in the summer and he has been one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season.

The German international claims that he is aware that table leaders Chelsea have an eight point advantage at the top of the table, but he is confident that the gunners can remain in the hunt for the title and eventually overthrow the London rivals. Arsenal have not won the league title since the 2003-04 season, while they have only managed two runners-up finishes since then.

As the club have finally emerged stronger after construction of the 60,000 seater stadium, they have opened up their wallets in recent transfer windows. Better players are expected to arrive soon, but Mustafi reckons that Arsenal have already shown signs of resilience required to win the title.

“It [the win] is important for us even if you don’t look at the other results. Playing at home to Burnley, you want to take the three points and if you want to stay up there it is something you have to do and that is what we did. As Arsenal you want to go for it and you look in the eyes and see that no-one gives up until the last second and it shows how much belief we have in ourselves and that we are going to go for it,” said Mustafi.

Carvalho linked with moves across Europes

Sporting Lisbon have one of the most wanted midfielders in Europe right now. Their defensive giant William Carvalho has been linked with a move to England, Spain, or Italy for a long time. It now appears that Arsenal are moving closer to signing him after the player confirmed that England might be his next destination. The 22-year-old is rated at around £ 25 million. It is this transfer fee that put off a couple of clubs during the summer. However, Arsenal appear to have taken a different stance by realising the importance of a top-quality defensive midfielder in the team.

They appear ready to make an offer for the Portuguese. The Premier League has witnessed a number of players coming from Porto to another Portuguese clubs and going on to become a great success. Carvalho will become one of the several imports who have preceded him. Carvalho has been a regular first-team player for the Portuguese club, who have been involved in the Champions League this season. They recently came up against English opponents Chelsea. This pitted Carvalho against the Brazilian players like Oscar in a Chelsea team. Sporting came out with a narrow defeat against the 2012 champions.

Carvalho, however, has also said that rule to Spain cannot be ruled out with Barcelona and Real Madrid monitoring his situation. “I would not say I was disappointed [to stay], but despite being very happy at Sporting, we all have ambitions and I hope one day to be playing in the best leagues in the world, the English or Spanish. It did not happen this year, but if I continue to do my job as I have been doing for sure that sooner or later it will happen. I understand the proposals, but I think that there was no value for the clause and therefore they have been refused,” said Carvalho.