The global break has come at the perfect phase for Arsenal. And for head coach Unai Emery who has been given the vote of sureness from the club’s chain of command following aggregate fan. Football fans from around the world can purchase Premier League Tickets online to enjoy its fabulous performances.
Defeat at Leicester City last weekend means the Gunners are four points off the final Champions League spot although there is plenty of time to make ground up on the Foxes Chelsea and Manchester City.
By the time the north London outfit return to action, it will have been a fortnight since they last played and improvements in terms of the result, as well as the scoreline, will be demanded from supporters.
That game comes a week tomorrow as they host a struggling Southampton side where Emery will be expected to mastermind a first Premier League win since before the October international break.
With that said here is all the news from around the Emirates Stadium over the past 24 hours.
The good news for the Gunners and Emery ahead of the meeting against the Saints is that Emile Smith Rowe should be in contention to at least make the matchday squad.
It is been an injury-hit season for the attacking midfielder thus far and he suffered a setback prior to last week’s Europa League tie against Vitoria and was left out of the traveling squad.
Smith Rowe has moved to prove his fitness to Emery ahead of the Saints clash by playing a starring role for the England U20’s in their game against Portugal on Thursday afternoon.
As pointed out on Twitter the Gunners wonder kid was on the score sheet in a 4-0 win for Keith Downing’s side.
Bellerin to Italy:
Hector Bellerin is attracting interest from an unnamed club in Italy.
That’s according to the Arsenal defender’s agent Alberto Botines who has said that he cannot reveal the club in question.
Botines told: He comes from a bad injury and is returning to his usual level. He likes Italy there is already been interest from an Italian club but I cannot reveal it.”
He has a long contract and it would not be easy to take him away from Arsenal he is their vice-captain. We will see how the season goes.
Thierry Henry is back in management
The Arsenal legend has described it as an honor to become the head coach of Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact.
The 42-year-old has signed a two-year deal to become the head coach of the MLS side with Henry returning to the league having played for New York Red Bulls between 2010 and 2014.
This is the first job for Arsenal’s leading goal scorer since he left League 1 side Monaco earlier this year with Henry unable to turn around the fortunes of the French side which were 19th at the time of his departure.
He now has a second chance in management and is ready for the challenge that awaits.
It is a league that I know well where I had a great time. Being in Quebec in Montreal which has a huge multicultural heritage, is something extraordinary he said. I have every time I had an eye on this club and currently, I am there.
Samuel Umtiti continues to be linked with a switch to the Emirates Stadium ahead of the January transfer window as the team is still struggling defensively.
And Alexandre Lacazette took social media to send his compatriot a message.
Umtiti turned 26 on November 14 and the Gunners star made sure to celebrate it with a number of posts on his Instagram stories.
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