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Premier League football as Arsenal face West Ham, with live streaming free from the Emirates Stadium, London.

Arsenal were at first interested in the services of Everton centre-back Phil Jagielka however his price tag put the Emirates side off with Wenger now agreeing a deal with Bolton for Cahill that will see the 25 year old join up with Arsenal within the next 48 hours.

Hazard meanwhile has been a target of Arsenal’s for some time and a deal has almost been agreed with the club although the sides are still working on some small details prior to allowing Hazard to fly to London for a medical and agree personal terms.

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With these two players to join, Wenger will be looking to add one more with either striker Mauro Zarate or Bryan Ruiz left to complete the summer spending.

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  1. Abisemma

    August 29, 2011 at 8:13 AM

    That’s what am expecting for so long, with the arrival of these players the team will improve, we still need more players to join the team. Up arsenal

  2. uche

    August 29, 2011 at 8:28 AM

    How true is this news?

  3. Usaini yallabai

    August 29, 2011 at 8:42 AM

    Hope is true not paper talk, and what about Chun yu park?

    From Admin: Park should join Arsenal at some point today.

  4. gooner

    August 29, 2011 at 8:47 AM

    hope they will join soon :)))))

  5. jimmy

    August 29, 2011 at 8:48 AM

    Ashamed wenger went out and tried to play hard against united with an attacking formation, wenger do you still know? Jus resign and give somebody else a chance we need pep guadiola please pep help us! I rather have arsenal in debt but atleast win things then get hammered 8-2 and win nothing for 6 years and still think were close haha my ass, grow up wenger cus u don’t know anymore! Buy hazard for what? :s we need a left back!! We need a centre back we need a striker and then it comes to a point where we may need hazard and play 4-4-2! Face it we asked for it with a 4-3-3 I think a 4-4-1 wud av kept us down to a two nil maybe 2-1 wenger spend or resign its not lioke ur payiong for the players from ur own pocket or ur dads not paying for it!!!!! I feel ashamed and embarrassed as all my fam are manure supporters I hate u wenger ur useless!

  6. Mike

    August 29, 2011 at 9:02 AM

    I don’t believe you.
    All summer I have been reading stories from your site which never happen.

  7. teekenny

    August 29, 2011 at 9:15 AM

    Just let it happen .

  8. Jonweezszczesny

    August 29, 2011 at 9:26 AM

    Hop ur reporting this with some truth in it,not to lessen up humiliation we feel as arsenal fans.but still 1more midfielder(if what u’ve said is true) Gooner-till-six-fit

  9. muda

    August 29, 2011 at 9:26 AM

    with these signings coming true, I can say in Arsene we trust

  10. Yomex

    August 29, 2011 at 9:27 AM

    Tnxs jimmy, u ar rite . The worst part of it is dat dis very stupid wenger will always detect a player and every body will be ready to see the player in the red&white but @ last will loose the player to those who can pay. A player like mikel artetar can still do something in our midfield bt dis very stupid man wil never spend and continue to disgrace arsenal, i dont even know what he is still doing in emirate he’s suppose to have been sacked before dat yestiday game.

  11. cakesoap

    August 29, 2011 at 9:29 AM

    please spend some cash get in arteta harzad cahill and park

  12. Scott

    August 29, 2011 at 9:34 AM

    Jimmy,you are kidding.
    There was no way known we could hold Utd out…..there was no choice but to attack.
    I will tell you another thing,we created nearly as many chances as Utd,and if one or two went in early,who knows.
    It’s easy to point out the negatives in the loss,but there were positives,as well. People do not want to know about them,as that would mean thinking logically,and a quick look at any website will tell you Gunners fans are a hunch if negative whiners .
    Go you Gunners.
    Top four WILL happen…..mark my words.

  13. Mic

    August 29, 2011 at 9:36 AM

    Pep guardiola? Don’t be silly. Barca can play and win without a manager,the only problem is they’ll fight over who plays first. Guardiola won’t even come close to arsenal,not for the kind of budget and certainly not for our salary structure. Look at the players he has bought,how has it really changed the team. Ferguson,Mourinho, would not even dare cos they’ll either be exposed or ruin arsenal with debt. Can we get a good manager after wenger? Yes, but he will come with his own tactics, maybe formation,reorganization which will take time. Are most arsenal fans patient enough to deal with this? I don’t think so. In the end,you will ve a club that changes managers,a club in debt,and a caricature that is arsenal. What do you wish for? As for the transfers,i would like to see(priority) cahill even though i would ve preferred jag,then M’Yilla(pair him with song or frimpong) so we can push wilshere into fab’s role and if needed we can get hazard as park is to be unveiled today. Win or lose,a gunner for life.

  14. James

    August 29, 2011 at 9:45 AM

    What happened to M’Vila? Weren’t we supposed to have bid in the region of £20 million for him 6 days ago?

  15. Joel

    August 29, 2011 at 9:48 AM


    Grow up mate! Stop hating the team u suposedly support and actually support them! The only chance we have is trust Wenger to turn things around, hes twice the manager Pep is!

    If the above signings come through and we get the likes of JW19 back we will be a force in the league! In Arsene We Trust!!

  16. Kymm

    August 29, 2011 at 10:03 AM

    Armand Traore and kieran Gibbs are stil inexperienced. What did wenger do with clinchy money?

  17. JSM

    August 29, 2011 at 10:09 AM

    Wenger has to go as we expect nothing from him.I think always Arsenal is bigger than anyone in the club.

  18. gooner123

    August 29, 2011 at 10:10 AM

    Wenger must be stupid, last season we had all the warning signs that things were going wrong and he knew Cesc was going and that Sami Cashri had a year left on his contract. Worst defeat for over 100 YEARS !!! Juan Mata could have been ours but because of his stupid wage structure we lost him ! We dont want players 4 games into the season , we wanted players last frickin JUNE !! Here it is WENGER , listen to Gooners everywhere ” to compete with MC, MU and chelski you have to change the wage structure to lure the bigger players to the Emirates and to keep players like RVP , Jack and Verminator”.

  19. p.tosh

    August 29, 2011 at 10:22 AM

    if this is true let it happen but it is more like jocking as we all know wenger.

  20. Marc

    August 29, 2011 at 10:35 AM

    Do you really think 3 new players will be enough???
    In my opinion we only had vPersie and Theo that looked anything like 1st team players.
    We still need an experienced keeper. We will always have injuries and the players just aren’t good enough.
    Not their fault but still it’s a fact.

  21. Gooner S

    August 29, 2011 at 10:38 AM

    Whilst I wouldn’t expect you to name a source why should anyone believe this and not dismiss it as pure speculation?


    August 29, 2011 at 10:54 AM

    why is wenger trying to pull dowm arsenal the players need to be motivated by getting good players like cahill and the rest please let him try and sign the three players which he said they shall undergo medical check up in the next 48hrs so that it will be good for the players and we the fans because man u vs arsenal was a slap to us the fans and players long live arsenal

  23. pat adi

    August 29, 2011 at 10:56 AM

    Park chu young, Gary Cahill,and Eden Hazard deal so close, hpe they join b4 wednesday deadline. Wenger help us talk to the management to release fund to u.

  24. henok

    August 29, 2011 at 11:10 AM

    carl jenkinson 4 me is realy fragile,i hear hazard,cahill,ruiz,jagielka,park chu young,m’villa.i don’t want all this.everton’s leyton baines is enough coz he is a great player and on top of that he has the ability to lift the teams morale ,this ir what we need right now,what we lacked in fabregas

  25. goonermidou

    August 29, 2011 at 11:13 AM

    More than pure speculation, it rather looks like a bad joke…

  26. Director

    August 29, 2011 at 11:26 AM

    Park is very likely, Cahill will be joining by closure, the one I am not sure of is Hazard as Lille would like to keep on, especially if we pinch their target Park. Wenger isn’t an idiot, he knows we need reinforcements and he has said the team are working hard to get them. It’s not a case of just waving £25m and you get your man, it is so much more complicated than that.

    Arsenal have been trying since the start of the transfer window to bring players but it’s not always easy. The last three days will show ambition, injured and suspended players will return and in ten matches time everyone will be wondering why they were so worried in the first place. Chill guys, chill.

  27. Ahmmed(

    August 29, 2011 at 11:58 AM

    Park chu young, Gary Cahill,and Eden Hazard deal is very important!!!

  28. TAR

    August 29, 2011 at 12:20 PM

    How long must it take before a team loses points, their pride and their dignity. The board sucks. Why couldn’t we have done this a long time ago. My view…They want to get rid of wenger and they dont know how to so they decline all his star placements and leave him to be bashed by the fans. You are spoling a beatuful club with heritage. If you dont understand that,please leave, get someone who wants to be part of a great team.

  29. Stan

    August 29, 2011 at 2:59 PM

    Looks like bs, I doubt Lille will give us Hazard after we stole Park right under their noses.

    But Lille are desperately for wingers now, so there might be something behind it.

  30. Tunde Abdul

    August 29, 2011 at 7:18 PM

    It’s hurts so much the way Arsenal played and lost scandalously to rivals Man U. however, Wenger needs to move quickly in the market to secure the signings of Eden, Cahill, Park and Baines. i hope what i have read is true, pls we need these reinforcements to pick up quickly. Arsene should splash the cash, time is running out. if Arsene refuses believing he has enough quality in the team, i am afraid we must brace up to fight for the drop.

  31. CLASS-Tx

    August 29, 2011 at 11:20 PM

    Please this above news must be true because
    arsenal need a nice center back- cahill,
    a striker supposedly which they have signed park chung young who ran away from a medical test of Lille which has angered the Lille officials & they are about to cancel eden hazard’s deal which means no replacement for fabregas place as play maker then arsenal the whole season without a play maker.arsenal don’t need nasri replacement as they have gervinho…….

  32. Susoma

    August 30, 2011 at 7:17 AM

    As a Chinese fans,indeed,Park is a rubbish.

  33. Rabiu miyaichi

    August 30, 2011 at 1:11 PM

    arsenal be patient ok he will do the job for us we the fans..wenger u are right for the player’s now santos,zarate,cahill,hazard, alex,malouda,benayoun and striker chun sun park

  34. yourmumma

    August 30, 2011 at 9:07 PM


    In Arsene we trust….
    Under Arsene we won nothing for 6 years
    Over rated Arsene is he
    Out Arsene let some other manager have a go
    Around the site ppl say who could replace him?
    Through the to winning clubs in Europe lays the answer to that question
    On top of the league is where we can be.
    Up-stairs with Arsene as he is good at spotting talent, so push him there and let him be in charge of that area

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Arsenal make legend Patrick Vieira as primary target to replace Unai Emery



Arsenal bosses have reportedly made Nice boss and former player Patrick Vieira their primary target to replace Unai Emery and become their new manager.

The former midfielder, who was apart of the famous Invincibles squad under legendary manager Arsene Wenger, has impressed the Gunners hierarchy during his time with the French outfit.

Vieira’s teammate at Arsenal, Freddie Ljunbjerg, has taken over from Emery in a caretaker role until the bosses appoint a permanent manager.

The rumours come on the back of a hefty defeat for Vieira’s side, having lost to Saint-Ettiene 4-1 away from home.

Nice currently sit in 14th place in the Ligue 1 table, which sounds terrible, but they are only five points away from 4th and six away from 3rd place.

Vieira’s team had a great start to the season, winning four out of five games, however, they hit a rough patch soon after.

The Frenchman’s side lost four and drew one in five games and have failed to really recover from the poor form.

Their last five games in the league have been decent having won and lost twice and drawing the remaining fixture.

Despite having a net spend of £26m in the summer transfer window, they did let go off their best player in Allan Saint-Maximin who was a crucial cog in their side.

The winger left to go to Newcastle United and was replaced by an up-and-coming talent in Alexis Claude-Maurice who has shown a lot of promise.

The acquisition of young striker Kasper Dolberg from Ajax and young midfielder Wylan Cyprien means that the squad is built for the future. This is also proven by the average of the squad which is 23.5 – the youngest squad in the league.

The legendary midfielder also managed New York City FC, where he was relatively successful having a win percentage of 44%.

With the rumours heavily linking him to the Gunners job and his affiliation to the club, the bookies have his odds of managing his former club at 6/1.

Only four managers have shorter odds than the World Cup winner, which includes current interim manager Freddie Ljunbjerg, whose odds of taking the job on a permanent basis set at 7/2.

Another former Arsenal midfielder has also been linked heavily in Mikel Arteta, the current Manchester City assistant manager, who’s odds are set at a reasonable 5/1.

Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has been heavily linked with both the Arsenal and Manchester United job and the bookies have him 4/1 to replace Unai Emery.

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Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang backs new interim manager Freddie Ljunbjerg to succeed



Arsenal star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang backs new interim manager Freddie Ljunbjerg to succeed following the Gunners’ lacklustre 2-2 draw against Norwich in what was the new manager’s debut match.

The Gabonese international scored twice in the draw, with the first being a retaken penalty, and has recently taken over the captaincy duties following Granit Xhaka’s outburst against Crystal Palace.

Ljunbjerg was asked to be the caretaker manager of the club by the board following the dismissal of Unai Emery due to the poor performances and results that his side produced.

The draw at 19th placed Norwich means the Gunners are in an eight-game winless streak in all competitions but Aubameyang believes that club legend Ljunbjerg can give the side something special.

The striker spoke highly of his new manager stating that his career as a player speaks for itself and that having played for Arsenal, means that he knows what it takes and what it means to play for this prestigious club.

Aubameyang, who is 30 years old, also said that is interesting to have him in charge but that it is a good thing.

Many managers have been rumoured to take over as the next permanent Arsenal manager with the likes of Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and Napoli manager Carlo Ancelloti being mentioned.

Odds of Next Permanent Arsenal Manager

3/2 – Massimiliano Allegri

3/1 – Brendan Rodgers

5/1 – Mikel Arteta

5/1 – Freddie Ljunbjerg

7/1 – Mauricio Pochettino

However, the likes of Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers and Max Allegri, who is currently having a sabbatical, are favourites to replace Emery.

Ljunbjerg is also at good odds to become the next permanent manager and could follow Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard in managing a club where they made their names as a player.

He will have to do a lot of work to turn around the fortunes of Arsenal since they look more likely to miss out on Champions League football next season.

The Gunners sit in 8th place in the league, 7 points of automatic qualification to Europe’s most elite competition.

Arsenal are still the only side in the top half of the table to have a negative goal difference and their defensive woes have been a huge problem for them.

This season, in the fixtures against the bottom three sides – Southampton, Norwich and Watford – they have all been 2-2 draws and those sides have struggled for goals this season.

Ljunbjerg will be hoping that he can help push his side to a win in their next outing against Brighton in what would be the Swede’s home debut.

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Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers quashes rumours of a move to Arsenal



Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers quashes rumours of a move to Arsenal citing that the Foxes have an exciting project underway that he wishes to remain a part of.

The Northern Ireland native has been heavily linked with a switch to the Gunners following the sacking of head coach Unai Emery midweek.

Leicester have been extremely impressive under Rodgers so far, sitting in 2nd place in the Premier League and having won their last five games.

His statement comes following Leicester’s last gasp 2-1 win over Everton in which Rodgers once again enhanced his reputation.

His decision to bring on young striker Kelechi Iheanacho changed the game as the Nigerian set up a Jamie Vardy goal before scoring the winner in dying minutes of the game.

The Foxes boss spoke on the rumours of him suggesting that he could be a potential candidate to become the new head coach at Arsenal but he stated his willingness to stay at the club.

Rodgers said that he left his boyhood club Celtic in February to join Leicester as they showed tremendous ambition and to help the club break into the top six, which they are doing spectacularly well thus far.

Star striker Jamie Vardy has been getting a lot of praise as Rodgers seems to have utilised him excellently and as have the other attackers since Leicester have been dynamic going forward.

However, it is their defence that has surprised this season having only conceded 9 goals in 14 games – the best defensive record in the league and 3 ahead of league leaders Liverpool.

Despite him stating his desire to stay, the bookies have the former Liverpool boss as one of the favourites, with odds of him taking over at Arsenal at 6/1.

Only a few managers have shorter odds, with the likes of Massimiliano Allegri, Mikel Arteta and current Arsenal caretaker manager Freddie Ljunbjerg.

The former Arsenal player endured a difficult start to his managerial debut, with his side having to come back twice to draw 2-2 away at 19th placed Norwich.

This now extends a horrible run of form of not winning in their last 8 games in all competitions, which have hampered their chances of qualifying to the Champions League next season.

The Swede did only have one training session with the group of players ahead of the fixture so his impact on the squad can hardly be measured.

The Gunners still sit in 8th place and are 7 points adrift of the top four places which would give them automatic qualification to the Champions League.

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