Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Wilshere’s return, Aubameyang’s replacement might be Sevilla’s En-Nesyri, Conte’s latest.
Arsenal beat Norwich 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium to halt their dismal start to the season.
The Gunners had previously gone three games without scoring in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, it’s been stated that the club is considering replacing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with Youssef En-Nesyri of Sevilla.
And manager Mikel Arteta has stated that he will allow Jack Wilshere to return to Arsenal and practice with the club, saying, “Our door is open.”
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LAC IS AN EXECUTIVE.
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, according to Mikel Arteta, are leading by example in training.
“They lead by example not just on the pitch, but also on the training ground,” the Gunners manager, whose team Leeds is in the league cup, stated today.
“Humans are always changing; every six months, we have a new generation of cells. And that’s amazing.
“As a result, we are able to adapt swiftly, as well as manipulate and change our views quickly. I believe they are acting in the club’s best interests.” ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION Royce Balogun, the brother of Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun, has criticised Mikel Arteta’s tactics, stating the Gunners have a’striker problem’ as a result of their style of play.
Balogun, 20, began the season opener against Brentford and then came off the bench against Chelsea at home, but hasn’t played for Arsenal since, according to his brother, who claims Arteta’s system “simply doesn’t really work.”
“You can’t blame simply the player, it’s the system,” Royce Balogun told @whatthefootie. It’s not just Folarin who is causing the striker difficulty in terms of opportunities generated.
“The system didn’t function when Martinelli and Aubameyang were playing there.” At the time, the system just does not operate.
“It will work soon, and he must be prepared when it does. You must encourage him and encourage him to keep going.” Balogun showed Arsenal fans and Mikel Arteta what he’s capable of by scoring twice for Arsenal’s under-23s in a 3-1 win over Manchester United’s under-23s over the weekend.
Former Arsenal icon Jack Wilshire is due to conduct talks with the club in the coming days about a spectacular return to the Emirates, following former colleague Mikel Arteta’s statement that ‘the door is always open.’
Wilshire, 29, has been without a club since Bournemouth released him at the end of last season, and he is interested in coming to Arsenal to train with the club.
According to Football Daily, he stated: “I had a great time playing… Brinkwire News in a Nutshell