Highly rated AS Roma defender on Arsenal radar

Unai Emery must make Kostas Manolas his top target this summer after reports in Italy claim the Gunners are preparing to activate the centre-back’s release clause.

Roma have not yet reached an agreement with the 27-year-old over a new deal and its believed the Greek international has a £32 million release clause in his current contract which Arsenal are keen to trigger. The Serie A club announced earlier in the week that captain Daniele De Rossi would not be renewing the midfielder’s contact and will leave at the end of the season after 18 years.A According to Il Messaggero(viaMetro) the news of De Rossi’s imminent departure from the club has not sat well with several members of the squad and are now believed to be considering their futures, with Manolas being one of them. Arsenal, along with Juventus, are potential destinations for the defender as they are both ready to activate the player’s release clause. Emery’s summer budget will depend on whether Arsenal can secure a Champions Le…

Everton vs Arsenal Preview | Team news stats and predictions

After a rough couple of months, Arsenal are back on track and in a  pole position to get a top four finish. The Gunners have been impressive in the last 6 matches winning 5 and drawing one.

With that in mind, despite putting up great performances getting three points away from home has been an almost impossible task.

With the competition for champions league slot next season stiffening the fans and the players will be hoping this trip to Goodison park won't be a one to forget.The bright side of our match on Sunday,  Goodison park hasn't been an awful away ground for us since Wenger days.

Everton vs Arsenal team news and predicted line-ups
Yerry Mina is Everton only absentee has the defender continues to struggle with a thigh injury.

Arsenal will be without Lucas Torreira, who is serving a ban and joins injury absentees Hector Bellerin, Rob Holding and Danny Welbeck on the sidelines.

Grant Xhaka (groin) and Aaron Ramsey (thigh) should be fit to participate but there is more con…

Arsenal make an approach to sign Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic.

The Gunners want to seal a loan move for the 29-year-old for the rest of the season, with an option to buy him in the summer for £35m. Croatia international Perisic signed a new five-year contract in September 2017 to extend his stay with the Italian club until 2022. However, it is understood he is open to leaving the San Siro after joining from Wolfsburg in 2015. Perisic has scored 34 goals in 142 appearances for Inter, finding the net three times in 25 games this term. He previously played for Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge. Arsenal's original plan for the January transfer window was to secure loan deals for a versatile midfielder and a winger. For the midfield role, they remain keen on Barcelona's Denis Suarez and Christopher Nkunku of Paris St-German. They see Perisic as a leading option to add width to Unai Emery's squad. World Cup 2018: Ivan Perisic fires Croatia level against France in the final It is understood Inter would be prepared to do business for between £35m-£40…

Transfer Update: Arsenal interested in Christopher Nkunku

Unai Emery handed Nkunku six Ligue 1 starts last season and the Paris Saint-Germain ace could reunite with the Spanish coach in the Premier League. Paris Saint-Germain youngster Christopher Nkunku could be on his way to England in the January transfer window. France Football have reported on Thursday that Arsenal have expressed an interest in bringing Nkunku to the Emirates on loan until the end of the season. The report adds that the North London giants have been in contact with PSG and the France U21 international is interested in reuniting with his former coach Unai Emery. The former Sevilla manager made Nkunku something of a key player at the Parc des Princes in the second half of last season, with the gifted midfielder scoring four goals in six Ligue 1 starts. Funds are tight for Arsenal this month, with the club only able to secure temporary signings, something that appears to have scuppered a deal for Barcelona's Denis Suarez; although it is understood that any move for Nkunku wou…

Arsenal vs Manchester united Preview | Team news

Friday night will see two of the most successful clubs in the FA CUP face-off. 13 times FA champions Arsenal will host 12 times winners Manchester united.

The Gunners will be hoping to make it back to back wins against top teams, after an impressive victory over Chelsea on Saturday. Man united on the other hand are a team on fire since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjær as manager.
Despite that, our side has been impressive at home this season, losing only once at the beginning of the season. So, with great home support coupled with our players resilience, we will hopefully get a perfect result tomorrow
Team News Out: Hector Bellerin (knee), Rob Holding (knee), Danny Welbeck (ankle), Marouane Fellaini (calf), Marcos Rojo (knock), Chris Smalling (foot)
Doubtful: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (foot), Konstantinos Mavropanos (groin), Emile Smith Rowe (groin), Marcus Rashford (knee), Luke Shaw (illness)

Hector Bellerin out injured for the rest of the season

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin will miss the rest of the season after scans confirmed he has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament. The Spain right-back, 23, was carried off on a stretcher in the 72nd minute of Arsenal's 2-0 win over Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on Saturday. Bellerin is expected to be out for between six and nine months.

UEFA move Arsenal clash due to security concerns

Arsenal’s Europa League match against Vorskla Poltava on Thursday has been moved to Kiev due to security concerns following the introduction of martial law in Ukraine, European soccer’s governing body UEFA has announced. Politicians in Ukraine this week approved a proposal to introduce martial law in areas most vulnerable to an attack following the capture of three Ukrainian vessels by Russia over the weekend. 2016TATILRA50 Arsenal were due to play their Group E clash with Vorskla in Poltava’s Oleksiy Butovsky Stadium. However, UEFA said that its emergency panel met on Tuesday and decided to move the match to Kiev’s Olympic stadium. “UEFA will continue to monitor and assess the security situation in Ukraine in the coming days before making any decision on potentially relocating other matches,” the body said in a statement.