Mesut Ozil has stated that his future will depend on whether Arsene Wenger will remain at Arsenal.
He has denied rumors that the contract talks are stalling because of a salary issue and said that he is more concerned about the Frenchman’s future.
Arsene Wenger’s contract is due to expire at the end of the season, and so far there is no sign that the manager will sign a contract extension. The manager said that it would all depend on where the team finishes at the end of the season.
Arsene Wenger has been the target of intense criticism recently with some fans asking for a replacement at the head of the club. They feel that the club is not making any progress under the French manager and that they might need new ideas. However, Arsene Wenger has stated that he is not affected by criticism and that he will stay until the end of his contract. Continue reading Ozil’s future depend on Wenger
For the past six seasons Arsenal has repeatedly crashed out of the Champions League round of 16.
The reason is not far from the fact that they kept putting themselves in trouble by failing to top their group. Not this season though as they placed above main rival Paris St. Germain in their group.
Yesterday’s 4-1 thrashing of Basel in the last round of matches coupled with PSG’s surprising capitulation against Ludogerets means the Gunners for once got the answers to their prayers. And somehow just like every other ugly trick fate plays on humans, there is still a lot of biting of nails going on at the Emirates stadium. At least till Monday where all 16 remaining teams will learn their fate as UEFA conducts the draws.
When asked about the mixed feelings brewing at North London, Wenger replied:
“It’s difficult to know. You feel a bit less guilty. If you have a bad draw when you’re first or second. At least we have done our job and let’s see what happens.” Continue reading ARSENAL FACES A TRICKY DRAW
It has recently been revealed that the training grounds of Arsenal have sustained a big change as a new technology has been established which is expected to reduce the amount of injuries that the players of Arsenal sustain for the long term future.
When it comes to being injured, Arsene Wenger and his squad are no strangers to that as Arsenal FC is probably one of the Premier League clubs that have to deal with the most amount of injured players and this is something that does not occur on a few particular years but it’s a ongoing trend that continued to happen and has seriously hampered the clubs’ chances of snatching the Premier League as well as many other big pieces of silverware.
Ian Wright is a former Arsenal player who has played with various English clubs including: Crystal Palace and West Ham United as well as performing for the England national football team and he has recently talked about this injury problem of Arsenal as the retired footballer went on to say:
“For me, that has got to have something to do with it. We’re in London, close to the top, top surgeons and doctors in the world. With the facilities we have got at the training ground it is worrying how many injuries we get and how long it takes out players to get back. If the training ground is hard and players have said it then they have got to look at that. With the players Arsenal are signing at the moment you want to make sure you can keep them on the pitch as often as you can.”
Continue reading Arsene Wenger has installed a ‘’injury reducing pitch’’