Ex-Arsenal and Aston Villa midfielder Paul Merson is surprised that Calum Chambers is still at Arsenal at the end of the just concluded transfer window as he expected to leave the club in search of regular first team football.

Calum Chambers has not played for Arsenal since he recovered from a serious knee injury earlier this year and Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson has expressed his surprise that the Arsene Wenger signing stayed at the club beyond the recently concluded January transfer window when a lot of Arsenal players left the club.



Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may be out of job and may also not have fancied the circumstances under which he left his former role, but he still holds the club dear to the heart and has declared that should they need him, he will be readily available to come to manage them for another term.

Arsenal only picked up form recently after winning three league games on the spin for the first time this season, but have suffered for the most part of the campaign so far and are the 13th team on the table currently having been able to amass just 20 points from the 16 they have played so far.



Former Manchester United and Arsenal striker Robin van has revealed that he asked Arsene Wenger to splash the cash on Giorgio Chellini when the manager and striker were both at Arsenal.

Former Dutch striker Van Persie played under Wenger at Arsenal for eight years and was instrumental in helping the team secure the FA Cup in 2005. During the former Feyenoord man's stint at Arsenal, he could not lift the Premier League title with the London club, but he did so after joining Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger Receives Birthday Message from Ozil

In the list of the best football coaches in the world, Arsene Wenger holds a place towards the top. It is not news that he received birthday messages from these students, but while Mesut Ozil messaged him on his birthday after the clash with Arsenal, it became news.

Lots of players lose their contracts due to non-performance as per the expectation of the club, and the case between Mesut Ozil and Arsenal also is something like that. But he is determined to write the story another way as he doesn’t want his time in Arsenal to end like this. Ozil has not been selected as one of the players among the 25 men for the Premier League. Thus he leveled the club as an unfaithful one. But his message to the former coach was filled with some creamy world like fair, honest, and respectful.

Premier League is the best option for Coutinho says, Rivaldo

Brazilian footballer Philippe Coutinho should be returning to Premier League says former Rivaldo. The player was transferred to Barcelona from Liverpool but his performance at the club wasn’tup to the expectation. Later he was transferred to Bayern Munich in a loan where he had spent the last season and the German club is not interested in signing an extension with him.
Meanwhile, Barcelona manager Quique Seiten who has taken over the club since January has said during the lockdown that the player could be a part of his squad for the next season of La Liga. But the agent of the player has recently said that player has been having interest from various clubs of Europe. If Barca decides to sell the player then he would like to secure a move back to England.


Alan Smith backs Mikel Arteta to become a great coach

Mikel Arteta is capable of becoming the top manager of Arsenal and he will be having a lot of improvements and works to do says, Alan Smith. He was appointed as the manager of the club in December and before he worked on Manchester City as the number two of Pep Guardiola for three years.


Arsenal legend believes Willian will snub the Gunners for Barcelona or Real Madrid

Arsenal legend Martin Keown does not fancy the Gunners to land the signature of Willian. The Brazil international’s contract with Chelsea expires at the end of the season and he has been fancied to head through the exit door as the west London side have refused to meet his demands for a three-year contract.


Arsene Wenger sets point target for Arsenal to make the top four

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the Gunners have a chance of making the top four at the end of the season. The Gunners have languished outside of the top six for most of the current campaign due to their inability to win games regularly but they have recently found form with back-to-back victories in the top-flight.


Rob Holding insists Arsenal are not at a crisis point at the moment

Arsenal defender Rob Holding has stressed that the Gunners are not at a crisis point despite failing to win any of the previous four Premier League matches. The north London giants have dropped eight points behind the top four after the opening 12 games and there have recently been calls for Unai Emery to be sacked from the head coach role.

However, that does not appear likely to happen with the board continuing to keep their faith in the Spanish head coach and Holding believes the Gunners can turn their fortunes around during the festive schedule, he told Sky Sports News: “We just need to string a couple of wins together and I think that will lift the confidence again and hopefully set us off on a run. We just need to stay calm and stay positive. We’re sixth, we’re not a million miles off it.


Arsene Wenger says Mohamed Salah is obsessed with his finishing

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that Mohamed Salah is obsessed with his finishing and he should focus on improving with the decision-making. The Egypt international recently had an unsavoury moment with Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane at Burnley and that resulted from the fact that he did not distribute when the Senegalese had the sight of goal.

Shortly after that incident, Mane was subbed off but the attacker was far from pleased as he vented the frustration from the bench. Speaking to BeIN Sports, Wenger has now said that Salah is obsessed in terms of scoring goals and that contributes towards the selfishness and reluctance to contribute towards his teammates.


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