The news cycle surrounding Arsenal never stops and as such, it can be difficult to keep up to date with everything that’s going on. Therefore, we’ve rounded up everything you might have missed from yesterday into one place.


Quiz: How much do you remember about Arsenal's recent North London Derby successes?

April 1st marks seven months since Arsenal last faced off against their bitter North London rivals Tottenham, and with it currently unclear how long … Read More


Arsenal open to sizeable offers for Martinelli this summer

Arsenal could be set to make a huge mistake this summer as it has been revealed that they're open to offers for forward Gabriel … Read More


Arsenal continuing to monitor Kurzawa ahead of summer deal

Arsenal are continuing to monitor Layvin Kurzawa's situation at PSG as they prepare a summer swoop for the defender.

According to 90Min, Arsenal are … Read More


Barcelona keen to sell rumoured Arsenal target Umtiti this summer

Barcelona are willing to sell rumoured Arsenal target Samuel Umtiti for £44million this summer, according to Sport.

The Frenchman has been limited … Read More


AFTV Media star DT gets trolled by April Fool's prank

AFTV Media star Liam Goodenough, more famously known as DT, has fallen victim to a classic April 1st prank.
April Fool's Day gets people across the … Read More


These Arsenal fans react to Robbie from AFTV claiming Aubameyang will leave

A number of Arsenal fans have reacted to AFTV Media presenter Robbie Lyle's claims that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will leave the club this … Read More


Journalist claims Arsenal and Tottenham could sign Coutinho this summer

Arsenal and Tottenham could have an advantage when it comes to signing Philippe Coutinho this summer, according to Sky Sports' Kaveh Solhekol.

The … Read More


James Rodriguez flattered by interest from Arsenal

Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez is reportedly flattered by Arsenal's persistent interest in him.
According to Marca, Arsenal have pursued … Read More


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