WHY SERGE GNABRY LEFT ARSENAL

Serge Gnabry who joined Arsenal in the year 2013 and went on loan to West Bromwich Albion finally ended his contract.


Werder Bremen who were on the chase with bigger clubs, made it known that they had no fear of losing the youngster Serge Gnabry to another team following his impressive start to life at the Weserstadion.

The 21-year old impressed Germany and the fans at the Rio Olympics and decided to leave Arsenal in favor of a return to his homeland ahead of the 2016-17 campaign after he could not make it into the regular first-team football at the Emirates Stadium.

The youngster has in no time become a main target at Werder Bremen and his good awesome performances have seemingly not gone unnoticed with a lot of reports suggesting that the German giants, Bayern Munich have first option to sign the winger.

However, Werder Bremen director Frank Baumann assuredly insisted that Gnabry would not go anywhere else any time soon as he will not want to be benched with his shining form.
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Arsene Wenger remains defiant that the gunners

Arsene Wenger remains defiant that the gunners will be able to challenge for the title in the upcoming campaign.

Many have questioned the quality within Arsenal to sustain a title challenge over the course of the campaign, but Wenger feels that the team has substantially improved in recent years. This is demonstrated by the back-to-back FA Cup titles that the club has managed to achieve. However, these titles have come against lesser teams in the form of Hull City and Aston Villa. Arsenal have not beaten a top team in the final of a major competition nor have they been in contention for the league title throughout the season.

In the case of last campaign, Arsenal were left looking at Chelsea win the title quite comfortably with a 12 point advantage over the London outfit. Wenger expects a much improved performance in the league from his team. However, Arsenal have made just one major signing in this transfer window. Petr Cech, who spent much of last season as the backup to Thibaut Courtois at Chelsea, has arrived for £ 10 million, but he remains a world-class goalkeeper nonetheless. Apart from the shot stopper, Arsenal are yet to make some important signings. Continue reading “Arsene Wenger remains defiant that the gunners”