By , September 27, 2016 1:02 pm

Arsenal player Matthieu Debuchy is set to exit the Emirates this summer, but a calf injury threatens the process.

The 31-year old French player is frantic about an exit from the London-based side, and Arsenal are willing to let him leave. The Mirror claims Arsenal are willing to let him go either on a permanent basis or on a season long loan deal.

The calf problems of Debuchy could impair negotiations with interested parties this summer. It would be difficult for clubs to sign him in his current state of injury as there would have to be assessments. Rarely would a club take a gamble on a player – worsened by his current age – this time. Debuchy lost his spot on the team to Hector Bellerin, who is now a regular right back.

In his bid to get a call up to the national team of France, Debuchy was willing to leave in January this year, but the transfer window closed before he could exit. The former Newcastle defender would remain with Arsenal until a club is willing to accept him. Aside Debuchy, Calum Chambers is likely to exit the side as the club is willing to listen to offers, particularly on a loan deal. Continue reading 'DEBUCHY LINKED WITH MOVE AWAY FROM EMIRATES'»


By , August 24, 2016 12:09 pm

Arsenal FC started the season on a poor note after all their pre season successes. The vulnerabilities in the squad were revealed by Jurgen Klopp’s men when they hit back four quick goals after Theo Walcott’s first half opener. Liverpool’s attack seemed too much for the inexperienced defence of Arsene Wenger.

They are set to enter a warding off battle with Inter Milan as they club named Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez as their must-get target for this summer. The transfer window is few days away from closing, and the Italians feel Sanchez might be up for a new challenge. They are hoping that the way things are at Arsenal – which might not change soon – might lure the player to join them as they make a renewed bid for the Serie A. Continue reading 'ARSENAL COULD LOSE SANCHEZ TO INTER'»

Henry Moves On

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By , August 15, 2016 11:16 am

Thierry Henry was a consultant, guiding the junior Arsenal Footballers previous season, but, it was just an internship to fulfil the requirements of the coaching degree he had been pursuing.

As the summer started, the Gunners came with a job proposition to the former striker and the profile of the job was of a coach of the teenage squad. However, the proposition was attached with a condition and the condition was that he would have to stop appearing on English Television analysing the matches.

Henry preferred the TV work, something which he had been doing since last year and something which had been earning him lots of cash and so, he is no more connected to the Gunners in any capacity.
But, for that, Arsene Wenger is now in for some criticism from a well-known international TV face Piers Morgan who has blamed the Gunners boss of Two-facedness.

According to Morgan, Wenger has media commitments himself. When the international tournaments take place in the off season, he features on one of the channels providing his opinions on the matches, but, he is trying to stop Henry from doing the same.

Morgan, a lifelong rooter of Arsenal, fears Henry would be hired by a competitor club and rather than the youngsters of Arsenal, it’s the youngsters of that club who would benefit from the knowledge of Henry.

However, Remi Garde, who was in charge of Villa three months back and is one of the friends of Wenger, has an otherwise opinion. In his opinion, the condition Wenger put had basis. If a coach has media commitments while the season is on, it can create a puzzling situation and since, the bosses of the big clubs already have a number of issues to deal with, they wouldn’t want additional issues.


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By , June 24, 2016 8:59 am

Arsenal have been busy in the transfer market since reports made the rounds that their top interest in centre forward role, Jamie Vardy, snubbed the club’s offer to pen a new four-year deal with the current English Premier League Champions, Leicester City.

The club is believed to have intensified the chase for Mario Gotze and Alvaro Morata. Morata’s agent has even confirmed that lots of top English Premier League sides have made offers for the player. Continue reading 'ARSENAL BUSY AFTER VARDY SNUB'»

Ballack: Mesut Ozil is a world-class

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By , June 18, 2016 1:27 pm

Former Germany international Michael Ballack said that Mesut Ozil is a world-class player and that he is important for the German team. The former Bayern Munich and Chelsea midfielder stated that the assist he made against Ukraine was a world-class one, and he deserved some praises.

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil played in a superb ball for Bastian Schweinsteiger to help him score an important goal for the German team in the match against Ukraine. The goal came at a crucial moment when Germany was finding hard to break down Ukraine and help alleviate pressure that was mounting on the team. Continue reading 'Ballack: Mesut Ozil is a world-class'»


By , May 10, 2016 6:59 am

Arsenal Coach, Arsene Wenger, says he has no departure plans despite protests from some fans regarding their Premier League title drought.

Protesters in the game against Norwich calling for change drew as much criticism as the Arsenal player’s half-hearted performances this season, but it did succeed in putting the coach’s future to the fore. Majority of the other fans stood in support of the French coach, but the disjointed mood and another streaky win, against a team they should have beaten comfortably, did cause him to reflect as well as reveal his plans for the future.

“I give my best for this club. You don’t spend 19 years at a club — like Sir Alex Ferguson spent 26 years — without giving every minute of your time. You give your whole life for that and try to do as well as possible. One target is to keep all of the people happy. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to do that this season.

When asked if he would stay on for 26 years, he replied: “No, no, never! Don’t worry. I will come to your newspaper and do it as well and ask you after how do you feel? But I think I can take that. I am in a public job and I have to live with judgments as long as it is respectful. Continue reading 'ARSENAL COACH SAYS HE IS NOT LEAVING DESPITE PROTESTS FROM FANS'»

Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal

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By , April 28, 2016 9:57 am

Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal and that he is not used to this situation before. The German international has been a first-team regular since coming to the club in 2011.

He has been part of the FA Cup successes that helped Arsenal to overcome the long trophy drought. However, he has been unable to feature in the first-team in the last few matches. Per Mertesacker has not been part of the starting line-up since the 2-1 loss against Watford in the FA Cup. Gabriel and Laurent Koscielny have become the first choice central defensive partnership since then.

Mertesacker, however, is not ready to give up on his place and has vowed to keep on fighting. At 31, he may not have time on his side and needs to be back in the first-team soon. The absence from the first team may be a temporary one, as Arsenal shift their focus to only the Premier League following the FA Cup exit. However, this also may result in less number of matches for Mertesacker to try and get back to the starting line-up before the end of the campaign. The 2015-16 campaign is almost sure to see the German make the fewest league appearances since his debut campaign with the club. Continue reading 'Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal'»