Arsenal are worried that striker Olivier Giroud could be out for up to three months after sustaining an ankle injury during Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Everton, the
Independent is reporting.
The Frenchman scored a 90th minute equaliser to rescue a point at Goodison Park, but is now undergoing scans in order to determine to severity of the problem, with fears among the Gunners staff that he might have fractured a bone, and that would see...More
Italian club Juventus are preparing a swoop for out of favour Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski, according to the Telegraph.
Podolski was the only one of Arsenal’s German players to not return to the squad to face Everton this weekend and looks set for an exit from the Emirates Stadium.
Juventus are keen to take the forward to Italy in what would be a season long loan with a permanent view to buying the player – but Arsenal would prefe...More
Arsenal and Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit of defensive reinforcements after Roma cancelled a meeting with Bayern Munich over Mehdi Benatia, the Daily Star is reporting.
Benatia had reportedly made it clear to Roma bosses that he wanted to join up with the German Champions – who lost Javi Martinez for the majority of the season last weekend.
Pep Guardiola is desperate to land the centre back after Martin...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was left satisfied by a point at Everton on Saturday as his side came from two goals down to draw 2-2, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Despite having most of the possession in the first half, Arsenal struggled to penetrate the Everton defence, with Alexis Sanchez being played as the furthest man forward. As a result, they were punished at the other end when Seamus Coleman ghosted in to head Gareth Barry’s...More
Arsenal face a tricky first away game of the new Premier League season as they travel to Goodison Park to face an Everton side who they edged for fourth place last term.
The hosts won this fixture 3-0 back in April, only for Arsenal to rediscover their form and take the final Champions League spot. It would take a remarkable effort for the Toffees to surpass those achievements this time around, and they will be targeting an early go...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims that midfielder Jack Wilshere is being targeted for unfair criticism due to the England team’s poor showing at the recent World Cup, reports The Daily Star.
The 22-year-old midfielder has had questions raised over his current standing from a number of people, most notably former England midfield trio and current television pundits Paul Scholes, Jamie Redknapp and Jamie Carragher.
Wilshere became ...More
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