Arteta leaving Arsenal? Man Utd legend claims Gunners will soon ‘be coachless’ – ‘I heard something’.
Arteta leaving Arsenal? Man Utd legend claims Gunners will soon ‘be coachless’ – ‘I heard something’.
Man Utd legend Rio Ferdinand has warned Arsenal that he has "heard" Mikel Arteta will soon leave the club as he is "looking" to join a European giant.

Ferdinand, who spent 10 seasons at Old Trafford, says that Arsenal are in for a tough time if Arteta does depart. “I’ve heard that Arteta is going to leave Arsenal,” Ferdinand told BT Sport. “He’s a great player and he’s been at the club a long time, so if he goes then they’re in for a real struggle. “You look at the

The signings of Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and Granit Xhaka have all helped Arsene Wenger’s side improve from a mid-table outfit to a contenders for honours in the Premier League. However, the Gunners will face a sterner test in the coming months as they attempt to defend their title against European heavyweights such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. It is clear that Arsene Wenger will need a defensive midfielder to help

On Sunday, the side beat Manchester United 1-0 courtesy of a late Olivier Giroud goal, moving up to 4th in the table. Wenger has now won 18 of his last 23 Premier League matches in charge of Arsenal, leading the Gunners to a staggering 73 points in all competitions. The Frenchman is also 10 points clear at the top of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win over Reading on Saturday.

A move to one of Europe's big sides is the likely outcome of his impressive achievements this season.

Arsenal have been linked with Brighton’s Roberto De Zerbi as a potential replacement for Arteta in the future. The 31-year-old has been in fine form for the Seagulls this season, scoring four goals in 17 appearances in all competitions. Arsenal are reportedly keen to add more depth to their midfield, and De Zerbi could be a suitable option.

The 47-year-old has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich at the end of last season, but he is now being heavily linked with the vacancy at the Selecao. Amid speculation linking him with the job, Messi intimated that he would like to see his former Barcelona teammate take over the reins, telling reporters at a recent press conference: "I hope he will be the one who takes over. He is a great coach and has a lot of experience. He

“He’s an unbelievable organiser, he’s a great leader, he’s fantastic with the young players and he’s a good friend of mine,” “I think the fans would be very disappointed if he was to leave. He’s a big part of what we do and he’s a great ambassador for the club.” “He’s a great goalkeeper and I think

No, we won't be coachless. Whoever the new coach is, our players will be behind him.

"It’s been speculated that Don Carlo may not longer be Carlo Ancelotti’s boss, meaning that Arteta could be on his way to the Santiago Bernabéu. "The most likely outcome of all of this is that Arteta heads to Madrid and Ancelotti leaves Chelsea."

"That's the rumour on the streets."

Arsenal have also lost their last three away games against Everton, Southampton and Tottenham; which puts great pressure on Arsene Wenger’s men to win their next game against Swansea.

Arsenal’s ‘self-obsessed, overpaid’ stars stitched up over mascot-gate by their own Twitter admin Arsenal have been embroiled in a mascot-gate affair after complaints were made that the Gunners’ new mascot, an elephant, was too political. The complaints were made by some of the club’s most high-profile stars and their own Twitter admin was called out for not intervening. Arsenal eventually replaced the

Arsenal have been punished for not rotating enough. That’s what Emmanuel Petit has said in an interview with beIN Sport, as quoted by the Daily Mail. Petit, who played for Arsenal between 1977 and 1988 and won six Premier League titles, criticised Arsene Wenger's side for neglecting their Premier League campaign to travel to the Europa League. "Arsenal have been punished for not rotating enough," Petit said. "I think they have made a mistake. "I think

The Liverpool game referenced is the Merseyside derby on 25 October. Klopp made six changes to his starting XI with only Forsberg and Vestergaard coming off the bench.

“I don’t think Sanchez will leave so long as Arsenal have any chance of winning the league. If they don’t, then I think he will leave. “I think it would be tough for any player to stay at one club for their whole career. The manager, the team, the fans, the city – they all change and change and change. Players want to play in different clubs and this competition keeps players on their toes.

Considering that the Reds are currently in fourth place in the table, such a statement could be interpreted as believing that manager Jurgen Klopp is not doing enough to improve the team's performances.

“He is a good player and he is young so he has a lot of potential. He is a defensive midfielder and he can play in either midfield position.”

“He has been away on international duty a lot and if he wants to play in the Champions League then he needs to be playing more games for West Ham. He is not a regular starter at the club. “Rice is a good player but he is not going to play at the top level in the Premier League if he is not playing games for West Ham. He has been away on international duty a lot and in the Premier League you need to be playing games

Arsenal could certainly do with adding another striker, and Rice could be an interesting option depending on his price. However, considering the lack of depth in the midfield and defense, Arsenal will likely need to invest in more players overall if they want to keep up with the Premier League's best.

Arsenal have had a phenomenal season, and Leeds should consider rehiring their old boss Arsene Wenger as a result. Wenger has done a fantastic job at Arsenal, and he would be a great addition to a Leeds squad that is in need of rebuilding. Wenger is experienced and knows how to lead a team to success. He would be a great addition to the Leeds managerial team, and his experience would be very beneficial to the club.


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