PHOTOS: Arsenal arrive at Emirates Stadium to play friendly against Charlton The Gunners return to Premier League action on June 17th and are ramping up their preparations for the restart by playing a friendly against Charlton Athletic at the Emirates Stadium today. It has been widely reported over the last few days that Arsenal are interested in setting up a few behind-closed-doors friendlies to help the squad improve their match fitness. West Ham United are reported to have gotten in touch with the Gunner
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly close to signing a new three-year deal at the club, according to the Daily Telegraph. Aubameyang has reportedly been offered a contract worth £250,000 per week. Leeds United are reportedly interested in signing Stuttgart striker Nicolas Gonzalez, according to the Daily Mirror. Gonzalez is reportedly valued by the German outfit at £20m. Manchester United are reportedly keen on offloading 27-year-old England midfielder Jesse Lingard, according to the Guardian.
Please click on the follow button at the top for more transfer updates. 1)Lilie are on the verge of signing Jonathan David after agreeing a €30m club-record fee with Gent,According to Goal,the 20-year old Canadian will replace Victor Osimehen who joined Napoli last month. 2)Liverpool have made a £10m bid to sign Jamil Lewis from Norwich City according to Atletic,it's understood Norwich want to double that. 3)Cetic are in talks with striker Lyle Taylor who is a free agent,following his departure from Charlinton(source:Sky
After 3 months of interruption linked to the Coronavirus pandemic , the English football championship will resume in the coming days. The dates of recovery were announced by the first officials of English football, so the Premier League should resume on June 17 and the second division, the Championship will resume on June 20. The players, after 3 months without activity will again put on their crampons to the delight of fans of the round ball. The effective resumption of the Championship for June 20
Following in the footsteps of Nottingham Forest's Lyle Taylor as well as players of Queens Park Rangers who earlier this season stopped taking the knee, former Manchester United and Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha on Saturday became the first Premier League player not to take part in the Black Lives