North London giants Arsenal are eyeing a fourth Premier League win ahead of the home game with Fulham this weekend. Arsenal and Fulham meet for the first time in two seasons at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Gunners are armed with three consecutive wins at the start of the new Premier League season ahead of their latest meeting with Fulham.
North London side Tottenham Hotspur reportedly inserted a £30m buyback clause into the transfer that took England international Kyle Walker-Peters from Spurs to fellow Premier League team Southampton two years ago. The said buyback clause has been revealed by The Athletic in the wake of the interest in the player’s services from Arsenal and Manchester United. It has been reported that Kyle Walker-Peters is on the transfer list at Manchester United and Arsenal.
The interest of big teams such as Arsenal and Manchester United in Walker-Peters was confirmed by the aforementioned media portal. The Southampton defender has been a consistent performer for the South Coast club since he joined them for Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2020. Continue reading £30M CLAUSE REVEALED FOR ARSENAL TARGET
According to a report by Spanish publication SPORT, as relayed by Sport Witness, Neto is almost certain to leave Barcelona to embark on a new adventure in the summer transfer window. And the next destination for the out-of-favour Brazilian goalkeeper appears to be Arsenal. Neto has joined Barcelona from Valencia in July 2019, with then-Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen replacing him at the Mestalla. But the 32-year-old has ended up committing one of the poorer decisions of his career, as he has played second fiddle to Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
The Brazilian shot-stopper has had to suffice with cup outings and rare appearances in La Liga and UEFA Champions League, with his situation leaving him frustrated. Neto has turned out just 21 times for Barcelona, keeping seven clean sheets. And the veteran goalkeeper is keen on leaving Barcelona this summer to seek regular game-time, with Arsenal among his prospective suitors. Continue reading NETO CLOSING IN ON JOINING PREMIER LEAGUE SIDE ARSENAL FROM BARCA
Arsenal have been given an opportunity to audition for the summer transfer window ahead of Thursday night’s Europa League semi-final. Arsenal target Evan Ndicka is set to play against West Ham in the competition, which will give Mikel Arteta an idea if he is ready for the Premier League.
The Frenchman was suspended for the first leg after receiving a red card late on against Barcelona in the previous round. But, he is now available for the second leg against the Hammers and is more than likely to start after being a regular in Frankfurt’s side. Continue reading ARTETA’S £21M SALIBA TRANSFER FIX HANDED BY PL ASSESSMENT
Arsenal are one of several clubs reportedly hoping to sign Lautaro Martinez this summer. CBS Sports, recently claimed that the Gunners are extensively scouting the Inter Milan star. However, Arsenal are far from the only club reportedly trying to land the Argentina international. As well as the Gunners, the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool are apparently also in the Martinez race
Last year, Spurs reportedly agreed a fee for the 24-year-old before a move fell through. Inter were apparently reluctant to let him go after they sold his strike partner Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea. But now, it looks as though Martinez could be up for grabs – and reportedly cheaper than last year. Corriere dello Sport has claimed Martinez’s price tag is now between 70 and 80 million euros (£58m-66.5m). Continue reading ARSENAL COULD NOW SIGN INTER MILAN STAR FOR £58 MILLION
Benfica are reportedly prepared to make a big-money sale in the summer, given the interest from West Ham and Arsenal in Darwin Nunez. According to the Express, the Hammers, along with Newcastle are plotting a summer swoop for the striker. The report also claims that the Gunners have already opened talks with the agent of the Uruguay international.
Arsenal and Newcastle have deeper pockets than West Ham so signing Nunez is going to be tough. Ideally, they should not have waited until the final few days of the January window to chalk up funds and table a bid for the 23-year-old. There did not seem to be any genuine interest for his services then, but now a host of clubs are keen. Continue reading BENFICA BRACED FOR FRESH BIDS FOR ARSENAL SUMMER TARGET