Finally some good news coming out for Arsenal supporters. According to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, Emery will have enough money to spend in the summer transfer window for players.

Unai Emery

Unai Emery admitted that the club cannot afford any permanent deals at the moment during the press conference before the West Ham match. They are currently in pursuit of loan deals in January as Denis Suarez and James Rodriguez on their radar.

Fans went furious by hearing the news and hashtags with "kroenke out" spread like fire all over the internet. No-one can doubt their love towards the club because after their 22-match unbeaten streak, Arsenal's recent form is not up to the standards. The last one in the table was their away defeat against West Ham United.

Balague claimed that Emery wouldn't be able to spend money for permanent deals in January. But he will get his opportunity in the summer transfer window to strengthen the current underperforming squad.

“Arsenal spent a lot of money in the summer and the last winter market with [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang and spent a lot of money of three players in terms of wages, Aubameyang, [Mesut] Ozil and [Henrikh] Mkhitaryan,” he told the GB Transfer Podcast.
“So the position was clear for this one that they would have to try and fill the holes, not the centre-back hole unless a bargain appears in the market."

"In the summer, the good news for Arsenal fans is that there will be money."

"In terms of players linked to Arsenal or Arsenal players, Ramsey, we all think that he's made a decision and it is Juventus."
"His decision was between Juventus and another team, when all the teams have come to Ramsey and said 'I want a second chance to try and convince you' they said 'no, no, no it's already done."

Emery cannot expect the support from the Arsenal board compared to PSG board in terms of transfers. He is under pressure right now. Fans started to question his tactical decisions and players selection. 

The mysterious Ozil-Emery saga also had been a headache for the supporters as Emery once again excluded the German from the squad against West Ham. So the highest paid player in your team can't even make up to the bench? As Ramsey is nearing an exit from Emirates, Arsenal cannot afford to lose Ozil too.

Mesut Ozil

Injuries also played a big part in recent performance of the Gunners. Holding, Welbeck and Mkhitaryan are all out with long term injuries. The defensive partnership of Koscielny and Mustafi caused some people to raise eyebrows.

Fans expected Arsenal board would make some serious changes in the January considering the error-prone defence and non-creative midfield. But they have to wait till summer. 

Manchester United are closing down the gap between them and Arsenal. Arsenal are still ahead thanks to the goal difference. Red Devils are on terrific form with a six match winning streak under Ole. Emery must do something if he wants to maintain the position.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær

If you are having a sad life, just imagine being an Arsenal fan these days. Anyway, it's a sign of relief for the fans to not to lose their hope in the summer transfer window. Arsenal will face Manchester United on their next outing with eyes on the FA Cup Title.


  1. Exciting news. I have been following Arsenal for a long time, and it;s great to see such positive news.

  2. Sad to hear so many players are out with injuries but it is nice to hear a bit of good news and I hope they keep moving in the right direction.

  3. This is so important for the team to be able to move forward. Good luck!

  4. wow......this is good fan here.........

  5. I just love watching this game but I never know any single player :D OH my HK Sevens is coming too!

  6. Wow...cannot imagine what the fans must be going through

    1. Yeah hope they will bounce back. Thanks for reading.

  7. What a tough time for fans! Hopefully they improve moving forward.

  8. This makes me want to start watching sports.... I'm gonna impress my boyfriend tonight and bring this up. Cool points for me :)

  9. I wish them all the best and hope they sort out the financial situation.