Arsenal set to announce latest transfer, player undergoes medical

Arsenal set to announce latest transfer, player undergoes medical


Title challengers always find a way to win, other teams rest on excuses.

Arsenal are genuine challenger for the Premier League title this season and their mettle was put to test on the opening day of the season.

It took them dying seconds of the match to break Crystal Palace defence. But in the end they did.

Focus now shifts on their Champions League campaign and utilising the best of remaining days of the summer transfer window.


The Gunners have already signed players like Calum Chambers, Mathieu Debuchy and Alexis Sanchez, and if the reports are to be believed are keen to land Greek defender, Kostas Manolas, who plays for Olympiakos.

Well informed within the club, John Cross of the Daily Mirror claimed yesterday that the Gunners are hopeful of completing a a £6m deal for the 23-year-old centre half who has also been a target of Juventus. 

Manolas impressed for Greece in the World Cup and Arsenal are planning to sign him to replace Thomas Vermaelen, who has joined Barcelona.

The Independent has a further update on the story. They claim that a deal is as good as done and that the defender is undergoing a medical with the Gunners.

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  1. Kostas monolas has been a great player of all time in his club and his country career, I want him playing for arsenal cause the greek man who be devoted has the like of ozil to raise us more cups

  2. Our main problem is in the striken role not a defender and whoever we buy if Giroud continue as depending striker we may miss even top 4 let along title contenders.

    Pls Wenger we call you to find a good and sharp striker Giroud is not good for Arsenal just let him go like QPR and Cardiff city.

  3. After last nights performance arsenal . Need 2 more defenders another top striker and 2 more rock solid holding midfielders arteta to slow

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