Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has warned Danny Welbeck that he is not guaranteed to play as a central striker due to the return of Olivier Giroud from injury, the Guardian is reporting.
Giroud is in contention to play against Welbeck’s former club Manchester United on Saturday, having recovered from an ankle injury several weeks earlier than originally expected.
The Frenchman is only deployed through the middle, and with Wenger pre...More
Two sides who have performed significantly below expectations so far this season clash at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal face Manchester United.
The Gunners were shell-shocked after their last game as they gave away a 1-0 lead to lose to a resurgent Swansea City, having looked very comfortable following yet another goal from Alexis Sanchez, who is quickly turning into one of the players of the season.
It was yet more frustration fo...More
Jack Wilshere has said he would happily play as a holding midfielder for Arsenal as he does for England, but Arsene Wenger doesn’t see him in that position, ESPN has reported.
Wilshere has been used as the deepest midfielder by England boss Roy Hodgson and won acclaim for his showing as the Three Lions beat Scotland on Tuesday. He also played the position against Slovenia and has revealed he’d he happy to do so for the Gunners, but W...More
Chelsea and Arsenal will complete a £7m transfer for goalkeeper Petr Cech, according to reports from the Daily Star.
It’s claimed the goalkeeper will cross London after losing his place as the Blues’ No.1 to Thibaut Courtois, the Belgium international who this summer returned to Stamford Bridge after three years on loan at Atletico Madrid in which he won the Primera title and reached the Champions League final last season.
Danny Welbeck has said he has no regrets leaving Manchester United for Arsenal, believing he made the right decision ahead of the Premier League meeting between the sides this weekend, ESPN has reported.
Welbeck has said that quitting Old Trafford was best for him and his development as a striker, his preferred position, as opposed to the left wing role in which he was often deployed at United. But, he admitted, it wasn’t an easy dec...More
Newcastle’s Rolando Aarons is currently enjoying rise to prominence and Arsenal are the latest club to join the likes of Manchester City in tracking his progress, the Daily Star is reporting.
The 19-year-old has impressed this season following his first team chances granted by Alan Pardew, and a number of Premier League clubs are monitoring the situation of the midfielder.
Aarons has drawn admiration the likes of City, Liverpool, an...More
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