Arsenal Debate can exclusively reveal the agent of Andrey Arshavin has somewhat declared there is no guarantee his player will be at the club in the forthcoming season. His comments come just 24 hours after Arshavin admitted that playing for Barcelona would be the “pinnacle” of his career. Asked if he can guarantee that the Russian will begin the new campaign at Emirates Stadium, Lachter said: “I think not. Andrey staying and a lot of other things depend on one man.
It appears Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger is likely to bring in a few new faces to the club prior to the big kick-off next season. Wenger said that he has been speaking to a number of key transfer targets which he hopes to tie up before this summer's World Cup. Arsenal Debate in recent weeks has been pestering various media associations to encourage questioning of new signings, and finally it seems we are slowly receiving the answers we as Arsenal supporters so desperately require.
According to Sky Sports Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin has admitted he would relish the opportunity to play for Barcelona. The Russia international playmaker came close to joining the Catalan giants from Zenit St Petersburg in July 2008, before moving to Emirates Stadium the following January.
The Arsenal Debate team were delighted to attend the game with Manchester City who arrived at the Emirates for the eagerly awaited second league meeting between the teams after the antics of Adebayor earlier in the season. Arsene Wenger had hoped Arsenal supporters would respect the attendance of all four former gunners (Kolo, Patrick, Emanuaelle, Sylvinho). How wrong he was as Arsenal fans bickered at the presence of Ade throughout the game culminating with the arrival of the player who came on as a second half substitute.
It appears Arsene still remains optimistic as far as the future potential of the current Arsenal team dominating in future years. In his pre match press conference ahead of the weekend game versus Man City, Wenger was quick to answer accusations that current crop of talent were hindering his future obligations to the club.
Full-back Gael Clichy insists his future remains at Arsenal Football Club despite reports linking him with a summer move to Spanish giants Barcelona.
The French international has caught the eye at the Emirates Stadium yet again this season despite a number of Arsenal supporters increasingly becoming frustrated with team performances.
It’s being reported among some corners of the gunners faithful that the New Arsenal Home Kit should resemble the above.
Pretty nice if you ask me, however I do have a number of concerns. Having spoken with Arsenal supporters regarding the design they pointed out a few key attributes as to why Arsenal Football Club should remain with the traditional outlay.
Arsenal FC Debate forum member Gunner4Life had the following to say...
Arsene Wenger is now directing his attention to the last Champion’s League group automatic spot after his side's hugely surprising defeat at Wigan all but ended their title bid.
The top three Premier League teams qualify straight to the Champion’s League group stage, while the fourth-placed team as Arsenal have themselves been for the past number of years will face a tricky two-legged play-off.
There are those that would argue Cesc Fabreags deserves to be part of a team going places, and after today’s pathetic performance at Wigan we at Arsenal FC Debate tend to agree.
However, Cesc epitomizes ALL the “arsenal spirit” we have left in the club from the days of Thierry, Patrick, Freddie, Tony, Marc, and Dennis, and with this in mind we have to fight ten-fold in order to keep him at the club for at least a few more years.