Without any doubts, Arsenal football club were one of the very busy Premier League clubs during the just concluded summer transfer window. The North London club are keen competing with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea for trophies this season and brought in some players including Aaron Ramsdale and Martin Odegaard.
Arsenal are said to have made an official approach for Lazio winger Joaquin Correa, who recently notified his agent that he wants to leave the club to explore greener pastures abroad. Arsenal, on the other hand, will face opposition from Everton FC, who are currently rebuilding with their recently hired coach, Rafael Benitez.
Arsenal's manager, Mikel Arteta needs to match his ego with his performance, because it is ruining the team and his relationship with the players. He shut out Mesut Ozil, William Saliba, Matteo Guendouzi, Gabriel Martinelli and now Ainsley Maitland-Niles, this confirms how bad he is at man management.
Arsenal beat AFC Wimbledon 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium, setting up a Carabao Cup fourth-round meeting against Leeds United thanks to Eddie Nketiah's spectacular back-heeled flick. After Gabriel Martinelli was pulled down in the box, Alexandre Lacazette converted from the penalty spot to give the Gunners the lead (10).
Arsenal FC remains unbeaten in the last five (5) games in all competitions, having won three (3) and drawn two (2), the latest draw been against Crystal Palace. In reality, the 2-2 draw played on Monday night against Crystal Palace is not the best result for the club because Arsenal FC has now lost four (4) points in the last two (2) Premier League games.
Arsenal have been recently linked with a possible move for Club Brugge winger, Noa Lang in January. If this deal should happen, I think it may mean that Arsenal will be open to providing a solution to Gabriel Martinelli lack of game time. The exit of Willian Borges and the loaning out of Reiss Nelson to Feyenoord in the summer, left Arsenal short of manpower in the winger role, as only Nicholas Pepe, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli are recognized as the first team wingers.
Arsenal lost their first game of the season while Brentford won their first ever Premier League fixture. It was embarrassing for Arsenal to lose to newly promoted Brentford, but it was a well deserved win after a brilliant display. Mikel Arteta might be held responsible for this loss.
In a series of photos posted Arsenal Football Club on its official Twitter page, its players were seen taking part in their last training session ahead of today's game against Chelsea, scheduled to be played at the Emirates Stadium. Some of the players spotted in the training photos include Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, Tierney, Elneny, and a host of others.
Arsenal signed Gabriel Martinelli from Brazilian club Ituano for 6 million pounds in 2019 during the reign of Spanish manager Unai Emery. The young winger had a very good debut season after producing a lot of outstanding performances. After the sacking of Unai Emery due to poor results, fellow countryman Mikel Arteta was appointed as Arsenal manager and he spoke highly of how talented and committed Gabriel Martinelli is.
Arsenal played out a goalless draw against Brighton and Hove Albion yesterday in the seventh game-week of the 2021/2022 Premier League season. After a turnaround of the poor form displayed at the start of the season, Arsenal hoped to make it four consecutive wins against Brighton and Hove Albion but it wasn't to be as the Gunners were outplayed for a major part of the match.
Arsenal showed significant improvement in their last game, defeating Aston Villa 3-1, and they have a third consecutive home game on Tuesday when they host Leeds United in the League Cup. The Gunners are now unbeaten in seven games, with five victories and four clean sheets.
Gabriel Martinelli could force an exit out of Arsenal over lack of playing time. Reports have it that the player may consider his options (loan or permanent transfer) in January if the situation doesn't change. Arteta has managed 65 Premier League games as Arsenal manager and Martinelli has started just 12 of them.
The North London based club Arsenal continued their incredible run of form as they recorded a comfortable 3 - 0 win over Premier championship side Wimbledon at Emirates Stadium. The English Premier League giants Arsenal were dominant all through the match as they secured their place in the next phase of the competition.
Photo credit: facebook Mikel Arteta has been awarded the Premier League Manager of the month of September after a wonderful turnaround from a terrible start to the season to winning in style. Arsenal have moved from the 19th position on the Premier League table after a 5-0 defeat against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City team to the eleventh position after earning 10 out of 12 possible points in their last four games.
The English Premier League is back again on our screen, as Arsenal traveled to Brentford for the first match of the 2021/2022 season. Arsenal who were without the service of their first choice strikers (Abumeyang and Lacazette were unfit for the match, according to statement from Arsenal’s official social media page), started the match with Folarin Balogun and Gabriel Martinelli in attack.
Arsenal would kick off the new premier league season in less than 7 hours from now, as they travel away to welcome Brentford to the premier league after 60 years. The gunners would be looking to start the season strong, but their chances of doing that has greatly reduced as reports from reputable journalist David Orsntein claims that the North London club would not have the likes of Aubameyang and Lacazette against Brentford, as they are both currently down with an undisclosed illness.
There is more to why Gabriel Martinelli has been ignored this season than what Arteta has explained.
Gabriel Martinelli, Arsenal's young forward, has been missing in action this season and his absence has continued to generate some questions. Arsenal fans are concerned that the youngsters should not be benched, especially now that the club appears to be building and requires all of its best players.
The teams are out for today’s EFL Cup clash between Arsenal and Wimbledon at the Emirates Stadium. Much of the build-up to today’s fixture was around whether youngster Charlie Patino would get the nod to make his senior debut, while the likes of Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah and Folarin Balogun could also be in contention to stake a claim for further involvement in the first-team.
Arsenal could be willing to swap any of these four Players for Raheem sterling. Arsenal has been linked with a move for Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling in this transfer window and Mirror Football has now revealed four players whom they can use in a swap deal to land the Euro 2020 star.
The future of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in Arsenal looks uncertain as their transfer sagas rumble on. The duo missed out on the first match of the English Premier League 2021/2022 season on Friday night, due to illness, as the Gunners were defeated 2-0 at the Brentford community stadium by a newly promoted side.