Tag: West Bromwich Albion
Kieran Gibbs was sent off against Everton as West Brom were thrashed at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.
Former Arsenal fan favourite, Kieran Gibbs, will be allowed to leave West Brom this summer.
Arsenal are among four of the Premier League's big-six clubs closely monitoring West Bromwich Albion forward Jovan Malcolm after the youngster's excellent start to the season.
Tony Pulis is trying to make out like Serge Gnabry was no good when he was at West Brom, but we all know he's...
Bukayo Saka scored his fifth goal in four 2019 starts for the Arsenal academy on Saturday, but he couldn't prevent the young side crashing out of the FA Youth Cup in disappointing fashion.
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 are ready to make another move for Jonny Evans again this summer, following West Bromwich Albion's relegation, but they face competition from Manchester City.
Arsenal are planning to sell Shkodran Mustafi this summer, and bring in Jonny Evans, as they look to free up some cash for more signings.
Jonny Evans is set to turn down any interest from Arsenal this summer in the hopes of sealing a move to Manchester City in news that will delight Arsenal fans rather than annoy them.
West Ham are reportedly set to enter the race for West Brom centre-back Jonny Evans in the summer.
Crystal Palace are the only team in the bottom 11 that Arsenal have beaten away from home in the Premier League this season.
Arsene Wenger has explained why Arsenal failed to sign Jonny Evans during the January transfer window - we couldn't afford him.
Alan Pardew says he warned Arsenal that West Bromwich Albion would knock back any late bids, so they only have themselves to blame for the response they got.
Arsenal reportedly made a late £12m bid for West Brom's Jonny Evans on deadline day but their offer was rejected, according to the Daily Telegraph.
West Bromwich Albion are confident they'll hang onto Jonny Evans, according to manager Alan Pardew and various inside sources.
Daniel Sturridge's loan move to West Bromwich Albion means Arsenal are now reportedly even less likely to secure Jonny Evans between now and the end of the transfer window.
Mathieu Debuchy and ex-Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna are both on the look-out for new clubs before the transfer window shuts.
Despite being in desperate need of an experienced centre-back, Arsenal could reportedly put off signing West Brom defender Jonny Evans until the summer.
Burnley are hoping to sign Rob Holding on loan should Arsenal sign Jonny Evans from West Brom.
Alan Pardew reckons that Jonny Evans' hamstring injury could affect his January transfer.
West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew has been open about the possibility of Jonny Evans leaving the club this month.
Arsenal are reportedly in a strong position to sign Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and West Brom's Jonny Evans by the end of the month.
Apart from Calum Chambers in October, the last person at Arsenal to sign a new contract was Arsene Wenger. Chambers is the only player in 12 months to put pen to paper.
Jonny Evans could leave West Brom for as little as £3m if they are relegated this season, according to the Daily Star.
Arsenal's 2017/18 business has been about offloading the deadwood rather than bringing in talent.
It appears that Jonny Evans to Arsenal is definitely a no-go, with Arsene Wenger playing down talk of an approach in his latest press conference.
Saint-Etienne have reportedly entered the race for Mathieu Debuchy, and could have some luck procuring his signature given how keen he seems to leave Arsenal.
Chelsea did little to take the spotlight away from manager Antonio Conte, linked with a post-season move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain this week,...
Arsenal remain keen on West Brom's Jonny Evans, but the Gunners are behind in the race to Manchester City, while Manchester United are the most recent to show an interest.
The January transfer window usually isn't the most exciting time to be an Arsenal supporter, but with a top four finish slipping away and the clock ticking on several current Gunners' contracts, a flurry of transfer activity could be on the horizon.
With Manchester City reportedly stepping up their pursuit of Jonny Evans, it looks as if they're in the driver's seat, but Arsenal can offer him something Pep Guardiola can't.
Arsenal remain keen on West Brom defender Jonny Evans and could offer £25m plus Mathieu Debuchy to sign him, but Albion manager Alan Pardew wants a quick deal.
Mike Dean has allegedly admitted that he made a mistake during Arsenal's 1-1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion last weekend, but what good is it now?
Arsenal have made a new enquiry for Jonny Evans, according to Sky Sports, but would he really be worth £25m? Arsenal's interest in Evans is...
West Bromwich Albion want to sign Mathieu Debuchy in the winter window, according to reports in France.
Arsenal can compete with any side on home soil, but the Gunners are still struggling for the same consistency on the road this season.
Arsene Wenger says the penalty decision was 'farcical', and he's fed up of the media letting referees off the hook no matter what happens.
Arsene Wenger has said he intends to contest his FA charge, and doesn't regret his comments made at referee Mike Dean.
Jonny Evans has turned 30; does this mean that Arsenal will cool their interest in the West Brom centre-back?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Sylvain discuss a good result at Palace and a poor one at West Brom.