Any hopes Villas-Boas had that he could put Chelsea's 3-5 loss to Arsenal behind him were soon dashed, when he received a sardonic, almost gleefully-written, letter this morning by mail, addressed to him.
Taking a cue from Chelsea's clear-the-air meeting in 2009/10 with Carlo Ancelotti, something that led the Blues to their double, Arsene Wenger calls for a meeting with Arsenal's squad in a bid to talk transfers.
The Professor is determined to keep most of his resources intact for the season, and thereby it is going to be a quiet transfer window for the Gunners with the only possibility of Nicolas Bendtner and Manuel Almunia leaving if the bids are 'appropriate' enough. This is a THT Transfer Analysis.
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.