This is pure speculation Arsenal fans, but it is not just made up. We received a transfer tip-off in the week from a previously reliable source, pointing us to the possibility that the French striker Loic Remy could be the main transfer target for Arsenal in this January transfer window.
The two previous tips from the same source, regarding Mathieu Flamini and Mesut Ozil, were made official a day or two after we heard about them, so I started to think that this Remy rumour held no water. However, I have just been looking at what to watch today and realised that Arsene Wenger has a very good reason to hold off any transfer bid for Remy. .......Read the full article here
Just because Arsene Wenger said last week that Arsenal do not need to sign any midfielders in January, do not be surprised if that is exactly what the Frenchman does. Wenger was talking about whether he would be going back in for the Newcastle and France star Yohan Cabaye, but there are reports in the media that the Gunners could be set to move for somebody else.
Benfica star and Serbian international Nemanja Matic was voted the Player of the Year in the Portuguese Primiera Liga, but he could not help the club to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League as they finished level on points with Olympiacos but dropped into the Europa League. .......Read the full article here
It is almost certain that Arsenal will need all three points away to an in-form Newcastle United side tomorrow in order to begin the new year on top of the Premier League table. Unless somehow Tony Pulis can get Crystal Palace to somehow do what the Gunners, Liverpool, Man United and every other Premier League team has failed to do this season by getting something from the Etihad, a draw will not be enough for Arsenal. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has always been a stubborn man when it comes to transfer windows with Arsenal because he has a strong reluctance to not only spend high amounts of money, but in fact just spend any money in the first place! Because of this he has often been heavily criticised, but Le Prof finally seems to have dropped the bombshell by admitting he doesn’t really understand the transfer market anymore. .......Read the full article here
I am wondering if I am the only Arsenal fan who thinks that Flamini coming back to us could be a blessing in disguise. I was gutted when he left and have always thought we have needed that sort of player for ages. Let us welcome him back and give him a chance to bring a bit of steel into this team.
The biggest problem could be that he is so versatile and won’t get a chance to make a position his own. As for all these transfer rumours, why are we not pressing harder for players who want to come to us, instead of waiting for players who say they are happy where they are? .......Read the full article here
After bringing former Gunner Mathieu Flamini back to the club, it seems as though Wenger is once again looking to add to his midfield. Interestingly enough, Guilavogui is one of those defensive-minded midfielders who can also play in defense, which leads me to question the credibility of the article. .......Read the full article here
The ball is firmly in Arsenal’s court over the transfer of the Newcastle United and France international midfielder Yohan Cabaye, who the Magpies’ new director of football Joe Kinnear hilariously called `Kebab` on an infamous radio phone in recently. Now we are definitely in the Champions League, hopefully the transfers will start rolling in, and Cabaye could be the first.
Perhaps it was being referred to as a greasy, late-night, takeaway snack that did it, but Cabaye has indicated his desire to come and play for the Gunners, according to Newcastle’s local paper The Chronicle. However, the 27-year old has no idea whether Arsenal are going to come back with an improved offer, because so far we have not increased the original bid of £10 million, which was instantly rejected. .......Read the full article here
Five realistic signings Arsenal should make before the window closes! by Kash
There’s only one week until the transfer window closes and it’s fair to say up until this moment, Arsenal have been an absolute shambles in the market and have managed to screw up numerous deals that would’ve improved the squad significantly. However, Arsene still has a massive chance to redeem himself with some proper signings this week before the massive game against Tottenham at the Emirates.
Arsenal’s latest confirmed target Yohann Cabaye has been left out of the Newcastle squad while the negotiations continue with the Gunners. The Toon boss Alan Pardew has criticized Arsene Wenger for destabilising his the French midfielder and also for puttting in an unacceptable bid for his player, and is now telling the Gunners that they are running out of time to come up with a realistic bid for Cabaye.
Pardew said: “If Arsenal want to sign the player they’re going to need to sign him soon because at some point we’re just going to say no. .......Read the full article here
In all his years in English football Arsene Wenger has never experienced an opening week to the season like the one he has had to endure in the last 7 days. It’s no longer ‘in Arsene We Trust’ at the Emirates, with the split between the fans based on who should be taking the blame for this disastrous transfer window, the manager or our board? .......Read the full article here
It is a familiar pattern to Arsenal fans this summer. Arsene Wenger finally gets around to making a move in the transfer market, the player involved appears keen to come to the Emirates and we all know what happens next. To be fair, the French international midfielder Yohan Cabaye has not exactly set pulses racing among Gooners, but Wenger seemed to want him. He is in danger of missing out again, however. .......Read the full article here
So here we are, 10 days left until the close of the transfer window and a new mammoth list of rumours linking us with players who in my eyes we will not get; Pogba, Fellaini, Michu, Guaita, Cabaye, Richards, Kondogbia, Lamela