Ligue 1 giants Marseille announced on Tuesday that they have "agreed a deal in principle" to bring injury-prone former Arsenal and current French international midfielder Abou Diaby to the Velodrome.
West Bromwich Albion have offered a contract to former Arsenal FC midfielder Abou Diaby, the club has confirmed, but they face competition from Marseille for his signature.
Arsene Wenger is planning to offload four of Arsenal’s first team members in the summer transfer window. Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, is believed to be planning a major summer clear-out which will see four first-team members leave the club. It is believed that Wenger will see-through the clear-out irrespective of whether the club qualifies for Champions League or not. According to reports in The Sun, the Gunner boss is set to offload Abou Diaby, Mikel Arteta, Per Mertesacker and Mathieu Flamini. This will mean that Arsenal will be very active in the summer window and may be planning to sign 3-4 players to replace the senior members that they will let go off. Abou Diaby, who has suffered from various injuries throughout his career, has spent most of his Arsenal career recovering from injuries. It is believed that Arsene Wenger is finally considering to let the Frenchman go ply his trade elsewhere. Earlier, Wenger had spoken about Diaby’s contract extension […]
Arsenal will look to overcome their disappointing draw with Newcastle with a home win against a confident Wolves side. TheHardTackle previews the game between two sides on diametrically opposite ends of the Premier League table.
Arsenal, after spending 6 trophy-less years have their task cut out as they challenge for the premiership crown yet again. Wenger has kept the 'cream' of the team intact, and no 'big names' have left Arsenal this season except probably William Gallas. THT's Sounak analyses the transfers and the team strength to understand if they are good enough to win the league next season.