Johan Djourou played for Arsenal Football Club. The Swiss defender joined Arsenal from Étoile Carouge in 2003. He left Arsenal for Hamburger SV in 2014. In total, he made 140 appearances for Arsenal and scored 1 goal. Djourou wore the number 20 for Arsenal. He was born on January 18, 1987. Djourou is currently without a club.
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Former Arsenal midfielder, Alex Song, has brought a case to FIFA after being sacked by FC Sion due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Swiss league club FC Sion sacked former Gunners Alex Song and Johan Djourou this week after they refused to take pay-cuts.
Johan Djourou looks like he has retired from football at the age of the 32 but he's merely taking a break.
Did you know there are 20 players who have only scored one Premier League goal for Arsenal?
Former Arsenal defender, Johan Djourou, has signed a one-year deal with S.P.A.L. in Italy after the Swiss defender reached an agreement with Antalyaspor to terminate his contract, allowing him to join the Italians for free.
Former Arsenal centre-back Johan Djourou could reportedly be returning to the Premier League this month, with relegation threatened side Swansea City keen on his signature.
Former Arsenal defender, Johan Djourou, has penned a heart-felt message to Arsene Wenger following the criticism the Frenchman has faced recently.
Sheffield Wednesday are interested in former Arsenal centre-back Johan Djourou, as they look to return to the Premier League.
Arsenal have just landed Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer, so where does he rate in terms of previous freebies Arsenal have signed?
Johan Djourou could be set for a return to Premier League football this summer.
Johan Djourou took to social media to congratulate his "mentor", Arsene Wenger, for 20 years in charge of Arsenal.
Johan Djourou has said that Hamburger SV reminds him of Arsenal as they get ready for the new season.
One of the most exciting things about this year’s Euros is watching Granit Xhaka knowing that he’s an Arsenal player and Johan Djourou has said he'll fit in just right at Arsenal.
Borussia Monchengladbach’s director, Max Erbel, has admitted that they couldn’t refuse Arsenal’s offer for Granit Xhaka as it will allow them to purchase 'sensible additions' (plural).
Johan Djourou, remember him? Playing for Arsenal for 10 years, apart from a few loan spells, the Swiss defender never really fulfilled his potential at...