Arsenal care likely to bring in a creative midfielder in January but if we don't get another keeper we could be heading for even worse trouble.
As I found myself explaining how Arsenal had got to a place that had me calling them idiots every 15 seconds, a number of things seemed to make themselves clear.
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Nicolas Pepe scored a stunner against Dundalk so is this the start of him paying it his seriously questionable £72m fee?
Emiliano Martinez signed for Aston Villa but by moving so soon after the Cup final, did he show why he never made it at Arsenal?
The list of players available for free this summer reads like a who's who of Arsenal's failed moves during teh austerity years.
Over the last few weeks became clear that the final say on what players come and go at Arsenal did not rest with Mikel Arteta but with Raul Sanllehi and Edu above him, but now Sanllehi has gone, will things change?
Willian is now an Arsenal player but how many players have moved from Chelsea to Arsenal over the years?
Arsenal's weekend was a relatively eventful one, so let's recap what happened.
Granit Xhaka, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette's PR teams thought it a good day to make sure fans knew they wouldn't be hanging around as Arsenal prepared to announce Mikel Arteta as their new head coach.
During the summer, it was reported that Matteo Guendouzi was set to get a new Arsenal contract to reflect his importance to the first team but there has been nothing mentioned since, so what happened?
Compared to last weekend, this one was relatively quiet in the land of Arsenal as we were only trying to sign Barcelona’s most expensive player ever on loan while we offered Mauro Icardi €10m-a-year.
There’s something to be said about the sons of billionaires who follow their fathers into the family business. Just look at Donald Trump jnr if you don’t know what I mean. If the Kroenkes have an Eric hiding out somewhere, Arsenal could be in even bigger trouble.
Arsenal are preparing an offer of €40m for Gremio winger Everton Soares, according to reports in Brazil.
Reports emerging from Manchester United claiming that the players there have turned on Alexis Sanchez bear a striking resemblance to rumours that came out of Arsenal.
This summer looks like it will be a busy one for the club as Unai Emery finally gets a chance to make his mark on the squad.
Arsenal look set for a busy summer, but who will they bring in?
This summer looks like it will be a busy one for the club as Arsenal try to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.
Rumours surrounding Mesut Ozil never fade but there seems something different around recent Inter Milan links, so are the club really thinking about selling him?
Arsene Wenger has called reports he is set to take over the AC Milan manager's job 'fake news' but the Frenchman has form when it comes to lying about rumours.
Miguel Almirón was linked with a move to Arsenal last year and the rumours have started circling again so who is he and why do Arsenal want him?
Ivan Gazidis is off to Milan after taking his sweet time to make up his mind, but what has he actually achieved in his 10 years at Arsenal?
At the end of 2018, Arsenal were linked with 151 players. So how’d that pan out?
With Arsene Wenger and (seemingly) Ivan Gazidis exiting Arsenal, the club appear to have taken on board the errors made by United after Fergie and David Gill both left Old Trafford in 2013...
So, as everyone really knew, but many pretended they didn't, football wasn’t 'coming home' (as if!).
It’s now a case of ‘when’ not ‘if’ Lucas Torreira will join Arsenal, so what shirt number will the midfielder get when he arrives?
It’s the sort of things other clubs do, isn’t it? We’re not used to this sort of thing at Arsenal. Yet here we are. Things certainly have changed around these parts.
With the signing of Lucas Torreira, Arsenal will finish their senior team recruitment however they will also look to bring in a youth player before the window closes.
Jason Cundy has said ‘sorry’ for being a misogynist live on TV but we are well within our rights to ask is he apologising for his comments or the backlash they caused and why do men just not get the problem?
Unai Emery has taken the reigns from Arsene Wenger for little more than a month but has wasted no time in a big shakeup at the Emirates.
Arsenal already have two defensive signings already on the way in Sokratis and Stephan Lichtsteiner. With an Aaron Ramsey extension looking more and more likely, and the club being sorted in attack, a goalkeeper seems the most important signing.
It has been nine days since Arsenal announced that Unai Emery would replace Arsene Wenger in charge of the team and in that time, four players have emerged as clear targets that are close to joining Arsenal.
Although nothing is confirmed, it has been widely reported that Arsenal's hierarchy are considering their options since the cup final defeat. The papers have suggested that if Wenger fails to qualify the club for the Champions League, that could spell the end for the manager.
Sven Mislintat is looking for a long-term replacement for Nacho Monreal as one of four positions he wants to strengthen this summer, so let's look at who he could sign.
Sven Mislintat wants Arsenal to sign players in four different positions this summer, according to reports, in what is shaping up to be a significantly busier window than last year.
Arsenal need more than a change of manager, they need to completely revamp their playing squad as well.
The media have linked Patrick Vieira, Mikel Arteta and Thierry Henry to the Arsenal manager's job this week, but is it really a good idea to hire a former player?
On Tuesday Morning, sources close to Arsenal revealed the seven names on the club's shortlist to replace Arsene Wenger at the end of the season.
Carlo Ancelotti got Arsenal fans’ pulses racing – albeit in a strictly non-erotic way - after the North London derby when he showed up at Wembley to watch the clash.
Arsenal still haven't started negotiations with Petr Čech over a new deal, even though his current contract expires in 2019. Could he leave this summer, and who might replace him?