Southampton Target Freddie Woodman

13th May 2015, 10:45:21

Richard Sellers/PA Archive Saints, Crystal Palace and Arsenal all have their prying eyes on the young stopper.

Newcastle United are fighting off interest from all corners for their England Under-19 goalkeeper Freddie Woodman after Southampton joined the race to sign the 18-year-old.


Magpies Target Arsenal's Lukas Podolski

8th May 2015, 09:06:27

Paolo Giovannini/AP Newcastle are linked with a shock move for the German World Cup winner.

Newcastle United have been linked to yet another big name ahead of the summer transfer window - with Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski supposedly on their transfer list.


5 Man Utd Players That Would Make Arsenal's XI

9th March 2015, 18:51:13

Martin Rickett/PA Wire Who would you include in a United/Arsenal mixed team if you were the gaffer?

This is certainly a favourite past time amongst football fans - picking dream teams by mixing around top players into an unbeatable lineup.


Champions League Preview

25th February 2015, 12:55:49

Adam Davy/PA Wire Can The Gunners end their quarter-final jinx?

Arsenal will be looking to make it to the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in five years when they entertain AS Monaco at the Emirates Stadium tonight.


Arsenal's 20 Greatest Goals

25th February 2015, 11:48:12

AP The finest of Arsenal's dines at Europe's top table

Arsenal will be looking to pull off a strong performance when they take on Monaco in the Champions League round of 16 tonight.


Is This Arsenal's Greatest XI?

13th February 2015, 08:13:40

Owen Humphreys/PA Wire Who would be in the ultimate Arsenal first eleven?

There's a reason why for decades fans have travelled from far and wide to watch Arsenal play. It's not because of the food they serve – which is surprisingly pretty poor – and it's certainly not because of the small fortune punters have to pay to even get a ticket to see a game. To put it simply, for the longest time Arsenal have consistently played some of the most entertaining football this nation has ever seen and, for the most part, have had some of the best players to ever compete in the top flank of English football. However, having a steady flow of great players coming through the club comes with its own dilemma. It's a question every fan wonders; Who would be in the ultimate Arsenal first eleven? It's the sort of thing Gooners have spent years debating and arguing about over a pint or five in pubs like The Tollington. Is it the French goal-scoring machine Thierry Henry leading the front line or is it Ian Wright, Wright, Wright slamming home the goals? Would you salute the old school and have the wonderful Pat Jennings between the sticks or would you go the more modern route and pick a goalkeeper like David Seaman or Jens Lehmann? If you can't decide, don't worry because this article makes the decision for you. However, if there's a player that you think deserves to be standing alongside these Arsenal greats then let your voice be heard by leaving a comment.


Gunners Target Khedira "Joining Bayern Munich" This Summer

2nd February 2015, 16:57:10

Mike Egerton/PA Archive German international heading back to his homeland.

As is usually the way of the transfer deadline day merry-go-round, Sky Sports' Spanish league expert Guillem Balague has given his thoughts on possible deals involving La Liga players and Premier League clubs, and has scotched rumours that German international Sami Khedira could join Arsenal. He would be available on a pre-contract agreement with his current deal running down, but Balague says that though there has been interest, there hasn't been much in concrete terms because of the player's wage demands.


Schneiderlin Deal Definitely Not Happening

2nd February 2015, 16:22:29

Lynne Cameron/PA Wire Saints midfielder won't be going anywhere despite reports.

Despite French reports that Arsenal might be looking to move forward with a deadline day move for £15million Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, Sky Sports have poured water on any aspirations to bring the player to London.


Could Gunners Push Through £22m Turan Deal?

2nd February 2015, 13:50:10

Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP Turkish boot thrower could be on his way out of Madrid.

According to a report from the Daily Star, Arsene Wenger is looking to strike a big-money, £22million deal for Atletico Madrid's Turkish star Arda Turan in the wake of the midfielder's apparent fall out with manager Diego Simeone.


8 Exceptional Deadline Day Signings Wenger Should Make

2nd February 2015, 12:34:58

Eugene Hoshiko/AP The talents who could convince Wenger to open his purse again...

Arsenal don't like to be predictable, but they have started to stick to something of a trend in recent transfer windows, pulling off major deals in the final hours with Jim White practically exploding in the Sky Sports studio at the very idea of it all. Arsene Wenger might have poured cold water on that particular fire in the past few days with the revelation that he's not looking to sign anyone else after capturing Paulista, but he did suggest that exceptions could be made: "If I wake up and someone exceptional stands in front of my door, I will open the door. It's unlikely now." So what might exceptional look like for Wenger? He's patched up his defence, and he will have his first choice striker back when Danny Wellback comes back from injury, but midfield still needs some attention to add a stronger base to the side's more fluid attacking play. Even with their first choice eleven out, the Gunners look vulnerable through the middle, and with their defensive midfield options limited by age and injuries, that might be the best place for Wenger to start opening some doors before time runs out.


10 Deals That Could Happen In January

22nd December 2014, 10:02:33

Francois Mori/AP Arsene set to spend big again?

“There is a huge difference between the perception that people have of me and [the reality]: I’m not scared to spend money. If you go out with me one night, you will understand that.” These are the words of Arsene Wenger as he publicly lays out his uncharacteristically ambitious transfer plans for the upcoming January window. That's right, Arsene Wenger...


Deal Agreed To Sign Petr Cech

20th November 2014, 11:39:08

Nigel French/EMPICS Sport But what about Wojciech?

Having already been linked with Newcastle's highly-rated and hotly-wanted winger Rolando Aarons this morning, Arsenal are busy once more in the rumour columns, having apparently agreed a deal to nick Petr Cech from Chelsea.


10 Players Who Did Nothing At Arsenal (But Excelled For Their Country)

15th November 2014, 22:13:57

Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport Worthless at Arsenal; heroes on the international front.

There have been a plethora of footballers who have simply failed to impress at Arsenal. Whether they have simply done nothing in training to warrant game-time for the first-team or they consistently fluff the chances they do get in the starting XI, it's fair to say that Arsene Wenger has had his fair share of duds over the years.


5 Problems That Are Blighting Arsenal's Season

14th November 2014, 13:26:11

Nick Potts/PA Wire Is 4th place once again the best Wenger can hope for?

After witnessing their side's mediocre start to the season, Arsenal fans have probably never been more relieved to find the campaign halted by an international break. Defeat at Swansea in their most recent outing offered a stark reminder of the team's failings so far this season; players were profligate in front of goal and they saw their slender lead dissipate to nothing, yet again, due to shoddy defending.


10 Players Nobody Expected Arsenal To Sign

9th November 2014, 08:08:43

Dave Thompson/PA Wire/Press Association Images The work from the master of unpredictability...

There seems to be a common perception that Arsene Wenger is something of a genius in the transfer market. While he has discovered some gems and delivered them to north London for pittance, the right word to describe his business in the transfer world would be 'unpredictable'. Having to juggle the responsibilities of sustaining a title challenge with a financially-troubled club - plagued for years by the debts amassed from the creation of the Emirates Stadium in 2006 - while attempting to attract some of the continent's finest players is certainly no mean feat.


10 Players Relieved They Didn't Sign For Arsenal

22nd October 2014, 15:22:01

Manu Fernandez/AP/Press Association Images Eight trophy-less seasons? A lucky escape for some.

It's easy to see the attraction of Arsenal. The safety net of Champions League football each season, the lure of playing week on week with some of the finest players in Europe, and the chance to learn from one of the most astute managers on the continent.


£30m Ozil Wants To Leave With Bayern Munich Interested

13th October 2014, 11:45:51

John Walton/EMPICS Sport Unhappy German may have played his last game for the Gunners.

Bayern Munich might be on the verge of handing unhappy Mesut Ozil a route back to Germany, after reports linked the German giants with a £30m move for the midfielder.


10 Memorable Arsenal Goals Scored By Ordinary Players

14th September 2014, 09:58:53

Neal Simpson/EMPICS Sport "Don't worry, it's only Ray Parlour".

Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Dennis Bergkamp, Ian Wright. Names that just roll off the tongue, oozing class, silk and flair that have illuminated north London for the last number of years. Bringing Gunners supporters to their feet with breath-taking pieces of skill and jaw-dropping goals, it's players like these which have gained Arsene Wenger's men worldwide recognition for playing some of the most fluid and attractive football on the continent.