Tag: Gonzalo Higuain
Juventus hold an interest in Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, as the Serie A club look to replace Gonzalo Higuain up front.
It's pretty quiet out there in Arsenal land, so here is a selection of the stories that caught my eye as I made my way around the media this morning.
Arsenal were one of the teams interested in Gonzalo Higuain before he joined Juventus, according to former teammate Omar El Kaddouri.
Arsenal supporters will be delighted to hear Alexandre Lacazette is arguably the fifth-best striker in Europe, bettered by nobody in the Premier League over the last few years.
After missing out on Champions League qualification, Arsenal have a very important transfer window ahead. We've already been linked with several players, but which areas of the team should be reinforced this summer?
From a highly-rated wonderkid at Palermo to a fan favourite at Juventus, it's fair to say that Paulo Dybala is excelling under Massimiliano Allegri's...
Arsenal only signed four players in the last transfer window, but here are another seven the definitely tried to sign
A report in Italy is claiming that Olivier Giroud was close to leaving Arsenal in the summer and that Napoli still regret not being able to close the deal.
Napoli’s president, Aurelio De Laurentiis has admitted that he turned down an offer from Arsenal for Gonzalo Higuain this summer.
On Friday, we beat the MLS All-Stars, Wenger confirmed we'd be signing a new attacking option and we dug into the latest with the Mahrez and Mustafi rumours.
Gonzalo Higuain is now officially a Juventus player (let's never trust Napoli again) but has admitted that it's up to him to prove his steep price tag and that he understands the fans' anger.
Monday saw the Gunners jet off to the USA, as well as more developments in a few transfer stories.
Diego Maradona is not a happy bunny, in fact, he's pretty livid about Gonzalo Higuain potentially signing for Juventus.
It seems like a weekend isn’t complete these days without some sort of crazy transfer speculation. Here's the latest.
Sky Sports are reporting that Gonzalo Higuain has undergone a medical at Juventus in what is small surprise if true.
With Arsenal set to face RC Lens on Friday, there was news and gossip a-plenty floating around on Thursday.
Just when we thought the Gonzalo Higuain rumour was dead and buried, there's been another twist.
On Wednesday the transfer circus moved its monkeys from Gonzalo Higuain’s back garden and planted them firmly on Mauro Icardi’s lawn.
Gonzalo Higuain’s €94m buyout clause has no expiry date despite reports that it ended at the end of June.
Napoli’s president, Aurelio De Laurentiis, has stated, again, that Higuan will not go to Juventus and if he can help it, the striker won’t go to another Italian club.
After a few days that felt quite frenzied, Tuesday was relatively calm in the wake of Juve and Napoli meeting to discuss Gonzalo Higuain.
Olivier Giroud’s agent has rubbished claims that his client will be used as part of the deal to land Gonzalo Higuain and has insisted the Frenchman is going nowhere making an awful lot of ‘reporters’ look very foolish indeed.
As is the norm lately, there wasn't much around in the way of actual news on Monday but the rumour mill wound itself up into overdrive.
On Monday, Napoli finally managed to make (another) formal approach for Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain and...well it didn't go too well.
Napoli have confirmed that they will not budge over Gonzalo Higuain's £80m price tag after meeting with Juventus on Monday.
Sunday was relatively quiet in terms of actual news but there was quite a lot of gossip around to get the internet in a tizzy.
If you weren’t around much over the weekend, you’d have missed all the fun that was the Gonzalo Higuain transfer saga as it really kicked into life.
Just when you think it seems certain that Gonzalo Higuain will be leaving, up pop Napoli to throw a little spanner in the works.
If reports from Italy are to be believed, Monday is set to be a massive day in the saga that is Gonzalo Higiuain.
If you believe reports that came out over this weekend, Arsenal are trying to spend around £110m on two strikers with a combined age of 57.
On Saturday there was really only one thing that everybody was talking about – Gonzalo Higuain.
If you think the coverage of the Gonzalo Higuain story is big in the UK media, you should see what’s going on in the Italian.
There was a story doing the rounds on Thursday that Arsenal were considering offering Napoli Olivier Giroud and a bucketload of cash for Gonzalo Higuain.
Here's the news and gossip from Tuesday. The big story on Tuesday was that Arsene Wenger has asked Thierry Henry to give up his job...
Reports are emerging that not only have Arsenal agreed to pay Gonzalo Higuain £9m-per-year but we're offering Olivier Giroud as part of the swap deal. Here's why this simply isn't true.
Sunday was all about the gossip in the Goonerverse. We signed 21-year-old Japanese forward, Takuma Asano, which everyone instantly wanted to overreact about; we may...
Gonzalo Higuain has been linked with roughly 100 clubs this summer, including Arsenal and Liverpool, and now apparently Atletico Madrid are set to put in an offer for the Napoli goal machine.
Gonzalo Higuain’s agent, Nicolas Higuain, has told a radio station that his brother will not be signing a new deal with Napoli, prompting speculation that he could leave the Italian club this summer, with Arsenal, predictably, linked.
Although the Euros are still in the full swing of three games a day, Saturday saw a set of matches that featured no Arsenal interest. Here's a roundup of the day's nonsense
According to reports from Italy and Spain, Atletico Madrid have made an offer of €60m (£47m) PLUS midfielder Matias Kranevitter for Gonzalo Higuain.
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