Leicester attacker wants to secure Arsenal move because of Arsene Wenger

Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez is reportedly angling for a move to the Emirates this summer as he looks to work under manager Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1997 but this is unlikely to have an influence on Mahrez’s ambition.


For the most part, last Saturday’s FA Cup final match between Arsenal and Chelsea was more of one last inconvenience before the summer’s plans can take form and be rolled into shape.

Ending a season with disappointment hovering around the cloud at the Emirates stadium has become quite routine for at least the past ten decades.

Wenger will sign 2 or 3 players during the summer transfer window

According to the head coach of Arsenal, Arsene Wenger has admitted that he is planning to sign a maximum of 3 players during this summer transfer window as the club simply cannot afford to add a larger amount of performers.

"Between a maximum of two or three.We cannot spend as much as many other clubs because some clubs have external resources that allow them to be basically unlimited´´

Arsene Wenger Says Future Will Be Decided after FA Cup Final

Arsene Wenger’s future has been subjected to much debate, and the Frenchman has kept everyone guessing.

More than a month ago, he claimed that he had come to a decision with regard to his Arsenal future and that it would be announced soon. Since then, however, he has faced a significant backlash from a section of the supporters calling for his departure from the club. Even though results have improved in the last few weeks, Arsene Wenger has not been helped by the club’s inability to get back into the top four due to other clubs like Liverpool and Manchester City remaining firm in their positions.

Arsene Wenger Not Ready to Accept Spectacular Change at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has once again risked the wrath of the supporters by claiming that he does not see a spectacular change in the structure of the club under his regime.

The Frenchman has been coming under intense pressure to resign following a string of poor results, which has left the club in the sixth place. It is a disappointing position for the club, which has been based so much on Champions League qualification. This has been the focal point for the club over the last decade; missing out on this crucial aspect will not just result in a significant drop in financial revenue but also increases the possibility of top players leaving the club.

Arsene Wenger Remains Defiant after Arsenal Qualify for FA Cup Semi-Final

Arsene Wenger remained defiant as the club qualified for the FA Cup semi-final for the third time in the last four years after a 5-0 win over Lincoln City.

The victory has done little to remove any speculation surrounding the future of the manager, who has been constantly asked to step down by his own supporters. Arsene Wenger may have been at the heart of Arsenal’s rejuvenation in the last two decades. Yet, fans have been growing increasingly frustrated at the team’s inability to challenge for the top honours. Two FA Cup titles in the last 13 years are not a sign of success.


Arsenal long-time manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly set to exit the club.

The Frenchman has been with the club for two decades. However, after several failures in England and Europe, it seems he has decided to throw in the towel.

Arsene Wenger Admits He May Leave Arsenal This Season

Arsene Wenger has admitted that he may leave Arsenal at the end of the campaign.

The admission finally comes after the manager has faced numerous calls from fans to resign from his post following several years of repeated failure. Arsenal have become associated with the top four position so much so that the team has forgot winning the league title. The last success for Arsenal in the Premier league was in the 2003-04 season. Since the competition for the title expanded with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City competing with huge budgets in the transfer market, Arsenal have slipped down the pecking order.


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been charged with a misconduct charge by the FA for verbally abusing and pushing a fourth official Anthony Taylor when Arsenal clashed with Burnley on Sunday in a Premier League game.

The 67-year old French coach could not bottle up the emotions when it seemed as if the team would lose at home to the Premier League entrants. Burnley had a terrible away record and were largely written off ahead of the tie but they proved too much of a problem for the Gunners.

Chinese Super League Could Be a Threat for the Premier League, Admits Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger says that the Chinese league could actually pose a lot of threat to the Premier League.

The Chinese football league has been in the headlines of late after they managed to capture Chelsea midfielder Oscar for a fee of £ 60 million. This breaks the transfer fee record for the league, while it also becomes the seventh most expensive transfer in the world. Chelsea have been able to secure this incredible sum of money for a player who has not been able to secure first-team football at the club. Wenger admits that it is truly a great transfer fee for someone, who has featured in a handful of league games this season.


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