Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has encouraged the club’s current manager, Mikel Arteta, to make a move for in-demand RB Leipzig star Christopher Nkunku. The Frenchman has just enjoyed a stellar Bundesliga campaign, picking up four Player of the Month awards along the way, attracting the attention of Europe’s elite.
Thierry Henry explains why Arsenal should pursue a deal for Christopher Nkunku amid the Gunners' links to the RB Leipzig star Thierry Henry has sang the praises of Arsenal’s potential next signing. The Gunners will be in desperate need of a midfielder and a forward in the summer transfer window, and Christopher Nkunku would be the ideal signing.
Mohamed Salah will be looking to equal records set by Ruud van Nistelrooy and Thierry Henry when his Liverpool side lock horns with Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday night. The 30-year-old has enjoyed another stellar campaign in front of goal, finding the net 31 times in 50 appearances for the Reds across all competitions in 2021-22.
Chelsea are interested in signing Christopher Nkunku this summer, and Thierry Henry has previously lauded the RB Leipzig star, who is catching everyone's attention right now Chelsea are expected to have a huge revamp of their squad in the coming months as the club embarks on a new chapter of its history.
'You can't let that guy go': Thierry Henry insists Kylian Mbappe staying at PSG is 'MASSIVE' for French football after he rejected Real Madrid to sign new three-year £650,000-a-week deal
Thierry Henry spoke of his joy after Kylian Mbappe announced he will stay at PSG The French star rejected Real Madrid to sign a massive new contract at the club Mbappe will earn £650,000-a-week across a three-year deal at Parc des Princes And Henry hailed the news as 'massive' for French club and international football
Thierry Henry, Robert Pires to Dennis Bergkamp - Who were Arsenal's 'Invincibles' and where are they now?
Goal takes a look at Arsene Wenger's 'Invincibles' who are the only team in the Premier League's history to win the league title unbeaten... The date May 15, 2004, will be forever etched in the history of Arsenal Football Club as on that day, they became the first-ever and till date the only English club to win the Premier League unbeaten.
The Arsenal icon reflected on the decision of a player widely seen as his successor Thierry Henry says it was vital for French football that Kylian Mbappe stayed with Paris Saint-Germain, with the Arsenal legend admitting that he never believed the seemingly Real Madrid-bound star would remain in Ligue 1.
Mohamed Salah’s brilliant individual season has seen the Liverpool forward join an exclusive group of Premier League legends, becoming just the seventh player to have won a Golden Boot and finished as the league’s leading assist provider. Salah’s achievement is all the more impressive given he has finished top of both metrics in the same season, becoming just the fourth player to achieve that feat after providing 36 goal involvements in just 35 appearances.
Dennis Bergkamp will forever be remembered as one of Arsenal’s greatest ever players. In fact, scrap that, he’ll be remembered as one of world’s greatest ever players. ‘The Flying Dutchman’ was blessed with a unique footballing ability and a level of game intelligence on par with the likes of Lionel Messi, Johan Cruyff and Zinedine Zidane – now if that’s not an exceptional compliment, we don’t know what is…
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been named the Premier League Player of the Season. The Belgian international becomes only the fourth player to ever win the award more than once, joining stellar names such as Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic. Having last won the prize at the end of the 2019/20 season, the 30-year-old’s 15 goals and seven assists in 29 appearances have seen him fend off competition from Liverpool star, Mohamed Salah.
Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne has been named the 2021-22 Premier League Player of the Season. The 30-year-old joins an exclusive group of players to win the award in more than one campaign, after Arsenal's Thierry Henry and Manchester United duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic.
Man City star becomes fourth player in Premier League history to win award more than once Kevin De Bruyne has been voted the 2021/22 EA SPORTS Player of the Season. De Bruyne joins an elite group of players to win the award in more than one Premier League campaign, emulating Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic.
The Queen would never admit it, but Arsenal fans would like to believe she is a Gooner. Her Royal Highness has never taken her place in the Clock End or waved a "Wenger out" banner. But in 2007 she did something for the Arsenal squad that has never been preceded or repeated for another Premier League team.
Martin Keown has urged Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to sign replacements for Granit Xhaka and Eddie Nketiah. The Gunners look set to miss out on the top-four this season after back-to-back defeats against Tottenham and Newcastle United left them trailing their north London rivals in fourth place by two points.
Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said that he would like to see three of his Monaco team mates that he helped develop end up at a club like Liverpool or Bayern Munich. The former Spanish international joined the French Ligue 1 side from Chelsea in 2019 in a deal worth around £10million.
Olivier Giroud is omitted from France squad for next month's Nations League games as Karim Benzema returns - while Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara earns his first-ever call up
Olivier Giroud scored twice in recent friendlies while Karim Benzema was injured The AC Milan star has 48 goals for France, three less than the national record Karim Benzema has netted 44 goals in 44 games for Real Madrid this season He has scored two Champions League hat tricks and guided Real to the final
Gabriel Martinelli has been rewarded for his impressive season by being handed a new shirt number that the Arsenal winger will don for the first time against Everton on Sunday Arsenal have handed Gabriel Martinelli the 11 shirt instead of his dream number - the vacant 14 - suggesting Arsenal could be keeping it free for a big summer signing.
In an interview with AFP – transcribed in BeIN Sports – midfielder Cesc Fàbregas has indicated that he has no intention of retiring once he leaves Monaco at the end of the season. The World Cup winner has been in Ligue 1 since January 2019, having been brought in by Thierry Henry, and has only made 2 league appearances this season due to fitness issues.
Test your knowledge with our daily quiz #OnThisDay - 1536 Anne Boleyn, second wife of English King Henry VIII, is beheaded at the Tower of London on charges of adultery, incest and treason As of February 2018, only two players have scored 200 Premier League goals.