Manchester United have their eyes set on a fourth straight league win ahead of the visit of Arsenal in the Premier League. Manchester United will take on leaders Arsenal at home in the league as they try to move closer to the Gunners on the Premier League log.
THE FIRST 2022-2023 EUROPA LEAGUE GROUP STAGE POT CONFIRMED
The draw for the 2022/23 Europa League group phase may not be taking place for another three months, but Arsenal have already discovered which pot they’ll be in when it is made. Following AS Roma’s 1-0 win over Feyenoord in the first-ever Europa Conference League final on Wednesday night, just one more fixture with regards to UEFA club competitions remains this season and that’s the Liverpool vs Real Madrid Champions League final on Saturday night.
But as both teams will be back in UEFA’s top tier competition next season, it makes the draw for the Europa League group phase a lot clearer for the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Roma and the 29 other teams that will be waiting to discover their fates come August 26. Continue reading THE FIRST 2022-2023 EUROPA LEAGUE GROUP STAGE POT CONFIRMED
THREE REASONS WHY ARSENAL MAY LOSE TOP 4 BATTLE
The Premier league last weekend was a real spectacle to behold, as all 10 games played provided the delight of attacking football. Showing the reason why the premier league is regarded as one of the best leagues in the world of football. One special note from last weekend is the fact that the race for top four is on, as four teams currently battle for a fourth spot with Arsenal currently leading the race by 1 point over Manchester United.
We take a look at why Arsenal may fail to achieve their dream of returning to Champions League football this season, as Spurs and Manchester United knock hard on the door. This has nothing to do with Arteta-in or Arteta-out agenda as frequently used here. Continue reading THREE REASONS WHY ARSENAL MAY LOSE TOP 4 BATTLE
PATINO IN DREAM ARSENAL DEBUT
It was stuff of dreams for young Englishman Charlie Patino who came off the bench for Arsenal to make his mark during the Carabao Cup quarterfinal tie with League One giants Sunderland earlier this week. A lot of Arsenal fans had waited for manager Mikel Arteta to give him an opportunity to show his quality and the 18-year-old did just that when he came on for England international Emile Smith-Rowe with ten minutes left to play against the Black Cats.
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TOMIYASU SAYS HE HAS HIGH HOPES ABOUT ARSENAL’S SEASON
Arsenal’s new defender Takehiru Tomiyasu has revealed that he is getting more settled into life at the Emirates Stadium, despite reports suggesting otherwise. The defender was signed in the summer by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to bolster the club’s defensive ranks and since making his debut in the Premier League, he has shown some promising signs that he could be a star for the club this season and beyond. The need for Arsenal to sign a defender arose after it was confirmed that the would be letting go of Brazilian defender and former Chelsea star David Luiz, who left the club to join the Brazilian Serie A league in the summer transfer window.
ARSENAL WILLING TO PAY UP FOR SASSUOLO STAR LOCATELLI
Arsenal are looking to be stealing a March on other interested clubs in the race to sign Sassuolo star Manuel Locatelli this summer. The midfielder is currently one of the hottest properties in the world of football at the moment and is also one of the most sought-after especially after the impressive campaign he had with his country Italy at the Euros. Sassuolo are already resigned to losing their star player and his departure from the Italian club seems like it’s now a matter of when and not if he will be leaving this summer.
Juventus are also hot on the chase of the player and Sassuolo’s president has already confirmed that they will hold talks with the Italian Serie A giants even though there are other clubs interested in snapping him up. Juventus and Arsenal appear to be the two leading clubs on the queue and a deal could be struck for the player in the coming days with any club willing to meet Sassuolo’s demands.
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ARSENAL RIVAL MANCHESTER UNITED FOR OBLAK
English Premier League giants Manchester United have signaled their interest in a potential signing of Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak this summer and they have prioritized the keeper as one of their top transfer targets going into the summer transfer window. The Red Devils want to get a new goalkeeper that will be a better option than both David De Gea and Dean Henderson as they try to continue building a team capable of winning the Premier League title next season.
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LEEDS UNITED TARGETING ARSENAL STAR
Even though there are several rumors and unexpected changes and developments surrounding the existence and progress of English Football at the moment, it still does not stop the fact that clubs will need to sign players in the summer, regardless of their current position on the table. That’s the case of English Premier League side Leeds United, who are reportedly set to be one of the clubs who will be looking to sign players in the summer.
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WHERE WILL ARSENAL FINISH IN THE LEAGUE THIS SEASON?
Arsenal are gradually climbing up the Premier League table and they are doing so both quietly and steadily. Their resurgence has come as a favorable surprise given the poor note the started their season on. Earlier in the season, the Gunners fell to defeats upon defeats and went as low as reaching 18th position in the Premier League table, with many believing that they may eventually suffer relegation come the end of the campaign.
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ARSENAL’S PREDICTED LINEUP AGAINST NEWCASTLE AS PARTEY STARTS
Arsenal are currently in a fine run of form after winning three consecutive wins in the Premier League. Judging by their league form before they clashed with London rivals Chelsea, no one would expect them to secure such huge wins but after beating the Blues, Brighton and Hove Albion, and West Bromwich Albion, they are beaming in confidence and are raring to go. Their next fixture is the FA Cup tie that would see then face Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium.
Mike Arteta is expected to make a squad rotation to give his fringe players some minutes, as well as giving his key players some rest so they can continue their resurgence the Premier League and also continue their fine run in the Europa League. Continue reading ARSENAL’S PREDICTED LINEUP AGAINST NEWCASTLE AS PARTEY STARTS