With over a month left until the transfer window closes, here are five youngsters at different Premier League clubs who’d benefit from a loan spell away from their current sides and why. Continue reading
Roger Federer has already revealed he’s keen to return at next year’s Wimbledon Grand Slam to defend his title, after a straight-sets victory over Marin Cilic in today’s final.
Johanna Konta is into the semi-finals of this year’s Wimbledon tournament after a 6-7, 7-6, 6-4 victory over number two seed Simona Halep yesterday evening in a thrilling encounter.
With the 2016/17 campaign finally over, it’s time to reflect. Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio side have fully embraced the tag of underdogs under new management, with the 41-year-old impressing many having only taken over on a permanent basis after Marcelo Bielsa’s shock departure just two days after he was officially appointed last July.
Ciro Immobile’s 23 league goals fired them to a commendable fifth-placed finish, whilst Felipe Anderson and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic excelled with consistent performances throughout the campaign.
However, there is another player whose progress has been intriguing to watch and with a year left on the 22-year-old’s current deal, many of Europe’s top clubs have continued to monitor Keita Baldé’s progress in Italy.
Arsenal are monitoring the progress of Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, amid reports that they are prepared to make an offer for the 24-year-old.
Arsenal have reportedly made contact with Ligue 1 side Toulouse over the possibility of signing talented young goalkeeper Alban Lafont. Continue reading
Arsene Wenger is tracking the progress of Eintracht Frankfurt wonderkid Aymen Barkok, with reports that they’ve recently made a formal bid to sign the creative midfielder.
Alex Scott has signed a new contract with Arsenal Ladies, although the length of the new deal hasn’t been disclosed.
World champions Germany secured their first Confederations Cup triumph after a narrow victory against Copa America winners Chile during Sunday’s final in St Petersburg.
Chris Willock was officially unveiled as a Benfica player earlier this week and has said his goodbyes after 14 years at Arsenal. Continue reading