Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny is wanted by Manchester City and French side Marseille. Koscielny is unhappy after a disappointing season and is apparently considering is options. The 31-year-old signed a new Contract back in January but Koscielny is waiting on Wenger’s decision before deciding his next move.
Leon Goretzka has not held talks with Schalke over a new contract amid rumours that Arsenal are interested in the midfielder. Goretzka has played well this season in the Bundesliga scoring eight goals in 38 matches. If the 22-year-old does refuse a new contract the German club could look to cash in on the midfielder who’s contract expires at the end of next season.
According to reports coming from Spain, Hector Bellerin’s agent held talks with Manchester City during the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. However, Barcelona still seem favourites to sign the player with Bellerin telling representatives he wants to return to the Nou Camp.
With Arsenal unlikely to qualify for the Champions League this season, the chances of signing Alexandra Lacazette seem further and further away. The French striker has claimed he will only sign for a team in the Champions League and has no interest in any other team. The Lyon man has been in fantastic form this season scoring 30 times in 39 appearances. Atletico Madrid or Borussia Dortmund both now seem favourites to sign the 25-year-old.
Malaga midfielder Pablo Fornals has stalled on his move to Valencia after understanding Arsenal are interested in signing him. The 21-year-old is seen as a possible replacement for Santi Cazorla who has been plagued by injuries this season. Reports indicate that Fornals would be available for as little as £10m due to a clause in his contract although this has not yet been confirmed.
Another supporter Protest over manager Arsene Wenger is being scheduled before the Premier League match against Manchester United on Sunday. The group hope to attract 1000 fans to join their protest march before kick off. The Arsenal supporters are unhappy that Wenger has been offered a new contract and the way the team has been managed. After only 10 fans turned up for the last protest before the West Ham game, they had no choice but to call off the march. However, after recent results, that number is set to rapidly increase.