Premier League leaders Arsenal have their focus on a third straight win in all competitions ahead of their North London Derby clash with Tottenham Hotspur this weekend. The two North London teams have started the new Premier League season well and they occupy two of the top three teams on the log. They will meet to examine their respective league title credentials at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday lunchtime.

Hosts Arsenal have won their last two matches in all competitions including the 3-0 away win over London rivals Brentfordjust before the recently concluded international break. For the game against the Bees, William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus and full debutant Fabio Vieira were on target for the Gunners. In the absence of the injured Odegaard, Vieira made his debut and he scored his first goal for Arsenal at the start of the second half to wrap up the result. It must be pointed out that the two-match winning run at Arsenal started on the back of their first loss this season, a 3-1 defeat at Manchester United. Continue reading ARSENAL EYEING THIRD WIN AGAINST SPURS


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

Is Alexandre Lacazzette off this Summer?

Several newspapers from England are claiming that Arsenal are contemplating selling star striker Alexandre Lacazzette in the summer. According to the Daily Star, Lacazette could be part of the summer clear out at the Emirates.

Arsenal are starved of funds for transfer and Unai Emery would have to sell some players to be able to free up funds for incoming transfers. Lacazette has been solid for the Gunners this season after initially struggling under Arsene Wenger last season.  His slump towards December last season saw the club stump out a record transfer bid for Gabon international Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Continue reading Is Alexandre Lacazzette off this Summer?

Emery on the Premier League

New Arsenal manager Unai Emery said that the Premier League is a difficult competition and that the best players and the best managers are in England. He said that it is very different from Spain and France where he has previously managed.

He said that in their last game Arsenal has played a strong team in Everton and that they have a good manager as well as some good players even if they are not competing for the title. He said that it is very difficult to win a competition such as the Premier League and that you should always be at your best if you want to succeed.
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Arsene Wenger proud of his players

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said that he is proud of his players despite defeat in the important match against Manchester United. He said that his players have performed well after going behind early in the game and that on another occasion they could have won the game.

Indeed Arsenal conceded two goals early in the game due to defensive errors and was left with an impossible task to get back into the game.
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One of the biggest transfer targets for this summer Alexis Sanchez looks set to remain at the Emirates for the forthcoming season, according to reports in England.

He is set to see off his final ten months left at the Emirates before he exits for free next year.

Arsene Wenger insisted that the Chile international would not be allowed to leave the club no matter the amount offered. After back and forth, it seems the player would remain in north London. The Gunners would prefer to lose out financially than sell their prized forward to rivals Manchester City or Chelsea or even to Bayern Munich or Paris St Germain.

PSG’s capture of Neymar ended links to Sanchez and Bayern could not compete in such costly financial deal. Jon Cross of the Mirror reports that Sanchez would stay on as the team fights for the Premier League title this season.

Wenger would also have enough time to plan a top replacement for Sanchez when he leaves next year. If he left this term it would have affected the team’s competitiveness so Wenger opted to lose out financially. Continue reading SANCHEZ TO REMAIN FOR FINAL CONTRACT YEAR