Monthly Archives: July 2023


Arsenal transfer chief Edu has been hailed in recent times for how he has operated in the transfer market, helping Mikel Arteta sign players that have helped bolstered the Gunners squad as they have shown glimpses if a mighty resurgence so far in the 2022-23 campaign. After a turbulent couple of months for Arteta after he took up the job to become Arsenal manager, there were questions raised as to whether he could get the Gunners to play some quality football because of how badly they were performing during this times.

However, after a couple of commendable business activities in the transfer market, Arsenal are back to being one of the most talked about trans in the League, and even in Europe. Their very fine run in this season’s Europa League campaign has earned them a lot of praise from fans and pundits in general. One if the secrets of their resurgence is the fact that their chief of transfers, Edu, has been able to pull off some really remarkable transfer deals and it does not look like he’s going to stop anytime soon.

Having had a good run so far this season, it is only normal for the Gunners to want to further bolster their squad so they can be considered as he Hine title contenders. They have been linked with a couple of players recently and it is looking highly likely that hey might sign at least one player in January.

One if the players they have been seriously linked with is Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans. The 25-year-old Belgian star’s future is still not decided yet and he has so far refused to sign a new contract at the King Power Stadium. Same thing goes for Crystal Palace star man Wilfried Zaha. The two players have been linked with moves to Arsenal and if Edu could pull this off, then maybe Arsenal might be finishing the season with the Premier League title.


Three-time European champions Manchester United are in a very good position to qualify for next season’s Champions League campaign ahead of their home clash with Watford in the Premier League. As things stand, they have a one-point lead over rivals Arsenal and they can extend that advantage to four points by beating Watford at home when the two teams meet at the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday.

Manchester United are in the fight to qualify for next season’s Champions League with a lot of teams. Apart from Arsenal and Manchester United, the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Ham United are also in the running.

The Red Devils are in fourth spot on the current Premier League table with 46 points and four points off Chelsea in third having played one more game than the Blues. Arsenal are in fifth spot with 45 points having played two games less than Manchester United. West Ham United are three points off Arsenal in sixth spot, but they have played two games more than their London rivals. On their part, Wolverhampton Wanderers have played one less game than Arsenal, but they are in seventh spot and five points adrift of the Gunners. North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur have six points worse than Arsenal having played the same number of games and they are in eighth spot.

Manchester United have won their last two league games ahead of the Watford game and a win over the Hornets will take that run to three games in addition to moving them four points above Arsenal on the log. The winning run began with the 2-0 victory at home to 10-man Brighton & Hove Albion and it was extended to two games with the 4-2 away win over fierce rivals Leeds United last weekend.