20-year-old forward Eddie Nketiah made his second starting appearance in pre-season today as Arsenal faced Italian side Fiorentina. The Englishman produced a great performance in attack as the North London side won the game 3-0.… More
It’s been a long wait but Arsenal is finally back in action. After an underwhelming year, it’s time to wipe the slate clean and look towards the new Premier League season. Following a third successive season of qualifying for Europa League football, the demands of Champions League football and the improvement in player performances grows stronger. With that being said, the following looks at five players that will have a point to prove to everyone this pre-season.
Well… the timing couldn’t have been much worse. After a promising start to July, the second week hasn’t been able to live up to expectations. There are no new signings on the horizon and there are even more problems for Arsenal to try and overcome. But anyway, here is the round-up of this week’s transfer headlines:
- Tottenham has outbid Arsenal in the race to sign Saint-Etienne defender William Saliba.
- Arsenal has made an enquiry for Gremio’s winger Everton Soares.
- According to Kike Marin, Arsenal has no interest in signing Real Madrid duo Lucas Vazquez and Mariano Diaz.
- Arsenal is interested in signing Stevenage defender Luther James-Wildin.
- According to various reports, Laurent Koscielny wants to leave Arsenal and return to France this summer. The defender had his contract termination request rejected by the club and the 33-year-old also refused to take part in Arsenal’s pre-season tour in the United States.
- Arsenal defender Ben Sheaf has joined Doncaster Rovers on a six-month loan deal.
- Calum Chambers will not be leaving Arsenal this season.
- AC Milan is interested in signing Polish midfielder Krystian Bielik.
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It’s the game mode that has helped create many memorable moments in the past and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Despite being around for approximately a decade, FIFA’s Pro Clubs game mode hasn’t experienced the same amount of major changes in comparison to their other big game modes in Ultimate Team and Career Mode.
It’s time for a change. Pro Clubs has so much unlocked potential and it’s time for EA to make the most of this. There are so many different ways in which EA can alter or improve the current state of Pro Clubs and today I’ll be sharing five things I would like to see added to Pro Clubs in FIFA 20 and beyond…