10am Arsenal news: Emery's Koscielny worry, Keown's Ramsey rant, and why Gunners don't have a pot to p*** in

Unai Emery is concerned about one veteran defender though, who he insists he will have to manage carefully throughout the season.

Meanwhile the North London club are in the hunt for a Brazilian wonder keeper and one former Gunner reckons they will struggle against West Ham's forwards.

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UNAI EMERY fears Laurent Koscielny will need nursing through the rest of the season.

The Arsenal skipper, 33, is available for today’s trip to West Ham after a late withdrawal before last Saturday’s FA Cup win at Blackpool.


MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal are preparing to be involved in a bidding war for a young Brazilian goalkeeper, according to reports.

Gabriel Brazao is hotly tipped to follow in the footsteps of his countrymen Ederson at Manchester City and Alisson at Liverpool as the next South American star ‘keeper in the Premier League.


MARTIN KEOWN has said it's "staggering" Arsenal are allowed Aaron Ramsey to leave the club for absolutely nothing in the summer.

The former Gunners defender, 52, is shocked Unai Emery is willing to allow a once key member of the squad leave for nothing.


ARSENAL legend Paul Merson believes his former club won't be able to deal with West Ham's attacking trio.

The Gunners' fragile defence goes up against the likes of Andy Carroll, Marko Arnautovic and Felipe Anderson in the London derby on Saturday.


Phil Thomas column: Gunners are something of a laughing stock again, only you won’t find too many of their own fans splitting their sides.

This time it is because Arsenal, the club Forbes rated as the sixth richest in the world only six months ago, haven’t got a pot to p*** in when it comes to a January transfer kitty.


ARSENAL boss Unai Emery yesterday stunned supporters by claiming the club had no money for transfers this month.

The Gunners had been tipped to move for Barcelona star Denis Suarez and ex-Atletico Madrid ace Yannick Carrasco in a bid to bolster their threadbare squad.

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