Tag: Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy will be fit to face Arsenal this weekend, after recovering from injury and returning to training in midweek.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal offered Jamie Vardy a lot of money to join in 2016, and he believes the striker would have done well in North London.
Despite having a phenomenal season, Bukayo Saka was not included in the Premier League's selection for the Young Player of the Year award while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also misses out on the senior award.
Arsenal have failed in their bid to get Eddie Nketiah's red card overturned meaning he must now serve a three-game suspension.
Jamie Vardy is likely to escape any retrospective action for planting his studs in Shkodran Mustafi's face, despite a former referee suggesting it should have been a red card.
Arsenal picked up just a point against Leicester as they struggled to hold onto their 1-0 lead after Eddie Nketiah was sent off, but why did Jamie Vardy get away with kicking Mustafi in the head?
Jamie Vardy visited Arsenal and Arsene Wenger in person over a transfer in 2016, despite his claims that he never spoke to the club.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was included in Jamie Redknapp's Premier League Team of the Week after his brace and superb performance against Everton on Sunday.
Two Arsenal forwards feature in top 10 Premier League goalscorers of last decade but it is Sergio Aguero who is the king.
Leicester City manager Claude Puel is expected to drop Jamie Vardy for their clash against West Ham after the striker had to leave the pitch during Arsenal’s game against the Foxes on Monday.
Alexandre Lacazette has been caught offside more than any other big-six striker except one, according to the statistics.
Arsenal could lose a lot of money after a failed deadline day move, a former defender could return to the Emirates, Jack Wilshere has interest from Turkey and a pie-eating goalkeeper learns his fate.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy says he "will never regret" turning down Arsenal to stay at the King Power Stadium last summer.
Jose Mourinho has aimed another not-so-subtle dig at Arsenal.
Arsenal won their first league game of the season last Friday, despite playing a winger at left–back, a left–back at centre–back, another left–back at centre–back, and without the services of their captain, best centre midfielder and best attacker.
Arsenal defeated Leicester City 4-3 in a dramatic opening game last Friday at the Emirates Stadium.
Jamie Vardy says has no regrets about staying at Leicester City, despite the chance to move to the Emirates in 2016.
In one of the most surreal videos you'll probably see all summer, school children dress up as Arsene Wenger and Jamie Vardy and act out a kidnapping.
Arsenal will be looking to secure back-to-back league victories for the first time since January when they host Craig Shakespeare's Leicester City side on Wednesday evening.
Jamie Vardy has given yet another interview about having no regrets after turning Arsenal down, closing the gap that had started to open up between interviews given and goals scored.
It might have taken seven months, but Jamie Vardy has finally realised that he can talk about something other than Arsenal as he denies any role in Ranieri's sacking.
In true Jamie Vardy style, the Leicester City striker, who turned down a move to Arsenal in the summer, accompanied his Champions League goal against Sevilla with a comment about the Gunners.
As Leicester fell again this weekend without finding the back of the net, a lot of Arsenal fans attention turned back to Jamie Vardy and his decision to reject Arsenal.
Over the summer, Jamie Vardy made the decision, thankfully, to turn Arsenal down so how has Lucas Perez done in comparison
A hat-trick from Jamie Vardy, as well as a well-taken strike courtesy of Andy King from range helped Leicester to an unlikely home victory against Manchester City in Saturday's evening kick-off.
Arsenal only signed four players in the last transfer window, but here are another seven the definitely tried to sign
Jamie Vardy has been speaking, again, about his move to Arsenal that never happened.
Jamie Vardy has revealed that the reason he turned down Arsenal was the way we play football and nothing to do with loyalty.
Claudio Ranieri claims that Leicester City are ready to beat Arsenal on Saturday after the Gunners took all six points off them last season.
On Thursday, Arsene Wenger gave his pre-Leicester City press conference and most of the news surrounded his comments.
Ahead of Arsenal's match against Leicester City on Saturday, as you can imagine, Arsene Wenger's was asked about that Jamie Vardy transfer saga.
After Arsenal lost to Liverpool on Sunday, talk in the Sky Sports studio inevitably turned to the Gunners' lack of new signings this summer with Thierry Henry even raising the valid point that players no longer want to come to us.
Claudio Ranieri has confirmed that Leicester offered N’Golo Kante a new contract before the Euros started but the player has not yet made a decision with a number of clubs chasing him.
With silly season in full swing and the Twitter keyboard warriors in fine voice, there are some key things we need to keep in mind if we're going to get through this summer without attacking each other: transfers do fail and it's not always Arsenal's fault.
'Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose?' Having last week written that no-one knew anything about the Vardy situation, and about the media speculation...
Thursday was, of course, dominated by the news that Jamie Vardy had signed a new contract and would be staying at Leicester.
On the face of it, the only thing more surprising than Jamie Vardy rejecting a move to Arsenal is Arsenal being interested in him in the first place.
So. Jamie Vardy. We get to hate him again now, right? That's how this works, right?
Jamie Vardy won't be joining Arsenal, and I think that's great. Here are three reasons why:
Leicester City have confirmed that Jamie Vardy will stay with the club after agreeing a new four-year deal with the club.