Arsenal boss Unai Emery has said that Rob Holding is not far away from making a Premier League

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has said that Rob Holding is not far away from making a Premier League comeback with the club. The 24-year-old has already made a couple of appearances in the Cup competitions since his return from a knee injury but so far, Emery has been reluctant to play him in the English top-flight.

Speaking in a press conference, Emery said that Kieran Tierney and Holding are not far off from representing the Gunners in the Premier League. He added that he is content with the performances of David Luiz and Sokratis at the heart of the backline but Holding will get the opportunity to impress as there are plenty of games remaining in the season, he told: “Kieran and Rob (Holding) are closer to playing. I think Rob Holding can play 90 minutes with a good performance. Now we are also working with David Luiz and Sokratis, but really, I am very happy. He is going to have a chance to play a lot of matches.”

Emery speaks fondly about Matteo Guendouzi amid new contract talk

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has spoken fondly about the progress of Matteo Guendouzi and believes he can develop into a top quality midfielder. The Frenchman was an unknown after he joined the Gunners from Lorient last season but he has since made 50 appearances for the club across all competitions and has become a regular starter under Emery.

Unai Emery insists Laurent Koscielny remains an important player at Arsenal

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has insisted that Laurent Koscielny remains an important player within the first-team squad despite his recent antics. The Frenchman has served the Gunners for the past nine seasons but he has recently ignored to travel for the pre-season tour of the United States with the aim of securing a fresh challenge elsewhere.

Speaking to reporters, Emery said that he had spoken to the Frenchman on multiple occasions at the club’s Colney base but the defender decline to travel with the team. He added that the 33-year-old has one year remaining on his contract with the club and he is hopeful that the captain continues to represent the team next season.

David Ospina presents doubts regarding his future with Napoli

Colombia international David Ospina has refused to confirm whether he would remain with Napoli beyond the current campaign. The goalkeeper is currently with the Serie A side on a season-long loan from Arsenal and he has so far made 23 appearances for the Naples outfit across all competitions.

Speaking to Goal.com, Ospina indicated that he would like to play regularly at the Italian outfit, but always won’t be the case. When stressed on his future, Ospina acknowledged that he would like to stay put in Naples, although a decision over the same has yet to be made, he said: “Not always playing is a particular situation, one would always like to play. We are always ready, however, when the coach asks us to be. There are two other goalkeepers wh

Eriksen is keen on Real Madrid move

Sky Sports reporter Guillem Balague believes Christian Eriksen is waiting to make the move to Real Madrid and that could be the prime reason behind turning down a new contract at Tottenham Hotspur. The Denmark international has evolved into one of Spurs’ constants in the attack front, but his future with the club is hanging in the balance with his existing deal due to expire in 15 months’ time.

Speaking on his official YouTube channel, Balague said that Eriksen could be eager to make the switch to the Bernabeu and that has played some part in declining a new contract at Spurs, he quipped: “Christian Eriksen hasn’t signed a new contract for Spurs. Real Madrid showed interest in Harry Kane and in Eriksen, at least a year and a half ago, and Harry Kane signed a new contract after that and Eriksen hasn’t.

Christian Eriksen says Tottenham Hotspur can reach the next level at new stadium

Denmark international Christian Eriksen has said that Tottenham Hotspur can reach the next level in terms of performances when they make the switch to their new stadium. The north London club were initially expected to begin their season at the newly-constructed homeground, but delays have meant that their opening game has been delayed until April 3 where they are scheduled to host Crystal Palace.

Speaking to Ekstra Bladet, Eriksen said: "I've been looking at it and it's an exceptional stadium that will mean a lot to the club for many years to come. I think without a doubt it helps to take the club to take the next step. We have been waiting for a while at the stadium after all, so it will be great to get back to the stadium that will be our home for the next many years."

Nicklas Bendtner Sentenced to Jail for 50 Days in Assault Case in Demark

Nicklas Bendtner who is a professional player of Football playing for the Denmark team as a remarkable forward currently playing in Eliteserien club Rosenberg and for the Denmark national team; he can play the left, right or center forward positions preferring mostly the center forward. He signed his first official contract for Arsenal in 2005. He has now recently been in news for assaulting a taxi driver and this could see him be in jail for 50 days.

It was in the league cup in 2005, he had made played his debut match. In the season of 2006 to 2007, he made 48 appearances in Birmingham city. He played for Arsenal in the 2010-11 seasons also. In the season of 2011 and 2012, he had appeared in the times for 30 times. As for the 2012-13 seasons he just made 10 appearances.

Unai Emery confirms fresh injury blows with defensive duo sidelined

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has confirmed that the central defensive duo of Laurent Koscielny and Sokratis Papastathopoulos will remain on the sidelines for the Premier League clash against Cardiff City on Tuesday night. The pairing suffered minor injuries during the FA Cup fourth round defeat to Manchester United and this has left the Gunners with just two recognised central defenders in the form of Shkodran Mustafi and Konstantinos Mavropanos.

Speaking to reporters on Monday, Emery confirmed that both Koscielny and Sokratis are out for the Bluebirds’ clash, although the former could return for the weekend after avoiding a jaw fracture against United. However, Sokratis is unlikely to be available for the next three weeks with him requiring time to recuperate from the ankle injury.

BENDTNER TO SERVE JAIL TERM

Former Gunners forward Nicklas Bendtner will be serving time in prison, though it has not been made clear when exactly he will head behind bars.

Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is set to serve time in prison after dropping his appeal against an assault conviction.

Tony Adams admits disappointment after Arsenal draw versus Manchester United

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has said that Manchester United were there for the taking and the Gunners were probably unlucky to come out without three points at Old Trafford. The Gunners had been fancied to end their 12-year wait for a league win at United but their defensive mistakes ensured that the hosts recovered from deficits twice on two occasions to register a 2-2 draw.

Speaking after the match, Adams admitted that there were errors on the defensive side from either team but the visitors should have some sense of disappointment with the final outcome, he told BT Sport: “A catalogue of errors from both teams. I think Arsenal are a little bit unlucky for me not to come away with all three points. Man United were there for the taking for me today. But 20 games undefeated Arsenal, happy days.”

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