New Look Wenger and Arsenal

Arsene is attempting to sign Kylian Mbappe for a reported £87m swoop

It’s no secret that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal are in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. With fans divided over the manager and overall running of the club, to the two biggest stars not only at Arsenal but in the league wanting to move away, this may well just be the biggest pre season for both Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.

Arsene has seemingly appeared to have already changed his transfer policy. He’s always been linked with big names in the game in previous windows indicating the boss has a huge pot of money to go shopping with. But no efforts to sign these big names comes to light. But so far this window he’s made two signings made a world record transfer fee and along with that being linked with many more players.

Sead Kolasinac to secure move to Arsenal on a free

The signing of Sead Kolašinac and Henry Onyekuru may be your typical Wenger singings but amazingly the Arsenal Manager has been a stunning £87m bid for Kylian Mbappe along with being linked with Lacazette and Thomas Lemar.

As well as all in the interest in some of the stars of europe Arsene his also breaking the bank in order to try and keep Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez with in their right would feel to Arsenal fans as a pair of £40m signings.

These may be early indications of Arsene Wenger bringing himself into modern football and leaving his traditional views behind him.


One thought on “New Look Wenger and Arsenal

  1. Regardless of the bid Arsenal make, Mbappé is not a realistic target. This year, the kid scored six goals from 20 Champions League shots, with better conversion rate than Messi. With the whole career ahead of him, he’s not going to join the Europa League club that is likely to have a new manager – and potentially, completely new tactics – by the year 2019. Not when Real Madrid, Bayern or Man City are the other options.

    Kolašinac was terrific for Schalke last season so him joining would be a massive boost, especially since he seems like a perfect fit for left-wingback in a 3-4-3 formation. I’m more skeptical about Lemar, though. Should Sánchez or Özil leave, Gunners will need a much bigger name and a more central player to fill the void. At the moment, though, I’m having a real hard time imagining who would that be.


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