It isn’t long to go now until the transfer window slams shut and clubs will have to be satisfied with what they have until January. However it appears as if Arsene Wenger is looking far beyond this and the next window, and is planning to bring Marco Reus to Arsenal next summer.
The German international was linked with a move to Arsenal before the world cup, however reports suggest that the injury which prevented him from becoming a world champion also prevented him from making the move from the Ruhr to North London. Media outlets are reporting that he will be available for just £20,000,000 next summer.
After two fantastic seasons at Dortmund, the management are desperate to keep him. Click the link about to read more about the alleged meetings between the German and Arsene Wenger earlier this summer, and to learn more about next seasons clause.
Ramsey talks big games
Everybody surrounding Arsenal is well aware that Arsenal took several battering away to the bigger teams in the Premier League last season. In order to be considered true title contenders this year, it is absolutely crucial that there are no repeats of these embarrassing defeats, and that starts from when we kick off at Goodison on Saturdays late kick off.
Aaron Ramsey is saying all the things that Arsenal fans will be wanting to here in the lead up to the game. It really appears as if the team has learnt from their mistakes and are now have 100% of their effort focused on coming away from Merseyside with three points on Saturday evening.
It’s important to keep ourselves in the game, especially in the first half. We went a few goals down too early last year so it was always going to be difficult. This season I’m sure we’re a lot more streetwise and we’ll go into it keeping ourselves in the game. We know we’ll create opportunities and hopefully we can take them.
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Following the releasing of Bacary Sagna and the sale of Thomas Vermaelen to FC Barcelona, Arsenal are struggling with a lack of depth in the defensive areas. It is believed that Arsene Wenger wants to add at least one more defender this summer.
Kostas Manolas was one of the few Greek players who actually left Brazil following their World Cup defeat to Costa Rica with some credit. He was a crucial part of the Olympiakos team that won the Greek Super League last term and reached the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League.
Arsenal, Juventus and Roma are the three teams that are believed to be battling it out for the Greeks signature this summer, and he has declared himself unfit, with the intention of forcing through a transfer before the September deadline.
On the training ground, Arsenal academy member Dan Crowley scored this spectacular goal.
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