Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom, who has missed the better part of the 2016-17 season due to injury, will attempt to regain form and fitness away to Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion over the second half of the season, joining the side on loan.
Brighton Manager Chris Hughton was excited to welcome Akpom to the Championship leaders, telling the club’s website: “As soon as we allowed Elvis Manu to go out on loan we knew we wanted to add to the forward area, so we are delighted to bring in someone of Chuba’s calibre. Continue reading
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has reacted to rumours about the Gunners’ interest in Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema.
Addressing talk that Arsenal were plotting a move for the French striker, Wenger said in his press conference today, “Offensively we have a very strong squad… Maybe there are some noises that he would leave Madrid, but as I just told you, there is no need for us to buy any strikers.” Continue reading
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger confirmed that he had no issues keeping Carl Jenkinson at the club should the defender’s move to Crystal Palace fail to materialize in the January transfer window.
Predictably quizzed about Jenkinson’s future at his press conference today, Wenger confirmed that Palace’s request to sign Jenkinson was indeed a permanent transfer and not a loan move, but added that he didn’t have any issues keeping the young right back should the move fail to materialize. Continue reading
Arsenal have invited Chilean attacking midfielder Marcelo Allende for what is likely to be his third and final trial at the club this weekend as they lay the groundwork for signing the talented teenager.
Allende, just 17 years of age, is a product of Cobreloa, the same club that Alexis Sanchez once played for and is beginning to already show signs that he has the talent to follow in the footsteps of the senior pro he so idolizes. Continue reading
Arsenal are believed to have opened talks with Borussia Dortmund over the potential summer signing of German international forward Marco Reus as cover for Alexis Sanchez should the Chilean forward continue his contract impasse with the club.
The Metro reports today that Arsenal are prepared to pay as much as £51 million to bring 27 year old Reus to the Emirates, in all likelihood to replace Sanchez, who could well fetch a fee well in excess of that figure should he leave in the summer. Continue reading
Arsenal legends keep popping out of the woodwork over the last few weeks with advice for either Arsene Wenger or his two main men Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, who are yet to ink new deals to extend their contracts at the Emirates.
The latest to voice his opinion on the lead duo’s prolonged contract saga is Nigerian forward Nwanko Kanu, who won two Premier League titles during his time with the Gunners. Continue reading
FC Porto announced yesterday the extension of defensive midfielder Danilo Pereira’s contract until 2022, with a 60 million euro buy out clause.
Porto confirmed on its website on Thursday the extension of the contract of the Portuguese-Guinean midfielder who, according to Portuguese media, was targeted by English giants Arsenal and Manchester United. Continue reading
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has levied a massive charge against the Gunners’ next Champions League opponents, Bayern Munich for having instigated Serge Gnabry’s exit from the club.
Gnabry, who had an excellent Olympic Games this summer, left Arsenal for Werder Bremen on the conclusion of the tournament, but Wenger believes that German giants Bayern Munich were behind the actual transfer and will sign the youngster eventually, quite possibly this summer itself from Bremen. Continue reading