Sanchez Flores Confident of Danny Welbeck Finding Scoring Touch

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores remains confident that Danny Welbeck will be able to capture the form that helped him be part of the World Cup 2018 with England. Welbeck was in the squad that reached the semifinals of the competition in Russia. However, his season came to a close in November 2018 when he picked up a major ankle injury while playing for Arsenal. He soon departed Arsenal and made the switch to Watford in order to get regular football. At 28 years of age, this is one of his few opportunities play regularly.

Watford boss hoping to devise a plan to boost Danny Welbeck’s fitness

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores has spoken about the qualities of Danny Welbeck and believes the club must devise a training plan such that the forward can remain fit. The England international recovered from a serious knee surgery during the off-season and he joined the Hornets on a free transfer before the Premier League transfer deadline.

Watford boss highlights Danny Welbeck as a very important player

Watford manager Javi Gracia has highlighted Danny Welbeck as a very important player after the forward joined the club on a free transfer on deadline day. The England international spent the past five seasons with Arsenal but a series of long-term injuries meant that the Gunners decided against offering him a renewed contract.

Nigel Winterburn excited about Arsenal ahead of the 2019/2020 season

Arsenal legend Nigel Winterburn has said that he is excited for the Gunners ahead of the forthcoming campaign, considering a number of young players could make the breakthrough under manager Unai Emery. The likes of Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson have made an impression under the Gunners boss this summer and Winterburn believes the duo could have a huge season ahead with the north London giants.

Speaking to Love Sport Radio, Winterburn believes his former club are moving in the right direction with the emphasis on introducing more young players into the first-team fold, he said: “I’m excited about what Arsenal have been trying to do, particularly in the last few days. I think what Arsenal needed to do is move this squad around a little bit.

Watford boss highlights Danny Welbeck as a very important player

Watford manager Javi Gracia has highlighted Danny Welbeck as a very important player after the forward joined the club on a free transfer on deadline day. The England international spent the past five seasons with Arsenal but a series of long-term injuries meant that the Gunners decided against offering him a renewed contract.

Welbeck had thereafter been touted to join the likes of West Ham United and Everton, and the latter even made an approach on deadline day before the Hornets pounced on his signature. Speaking to the club’s official website, Gracia said that Welbeck remains a huge player for both the club and country and he is hoping to get the best out of the forward with his versatility.

Danny Mills slams Arsenal’s embarrassing offer for Wilfried Zaha

Former England international Danny Mills has slammed Arsenal’s embarrassing offer to land the signature of Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace. The Ivorian has been earmarked as the prime transfer target for the Gunners this summer but so far, they have failed with an opening bid of around £40m for the winger.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, Mills deemed the transfer proposal as embarrassing, considering Palace recently sold Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United for £50m, he said:“It’s laughable. £40million, it’s embarrassing, ridiculous, I don’t understand it. Crystal Palace’s £100million valuation is hardly realistic, but you have to get somewhere close. With an opening bid, they could have gone in a bit cheeky with, say, £60million.

Lauren insists Mesut Ozil must do more at Arsenal next season

Former Arsenal star Lauren has said that Mesut Ozil has remained irrelevant when it comes to the big games for the Gunners and he needs to showcase an improvement over the same next season. The former Germany international had a difficult season with Unai Emery at the helm last term and he concluded the campaign with just six goals and three assists across all competitions.

Speaking to The Star, Lauren said that there are no chances of Ozil parting ways with the Gunners this summer but he needs to start fulfilling the potential. He added that the midfielder has not remained relevant when it comes to the crucial challenges and he needs to find a solution to the problem.

Mesut Ozil speaks on his Arsenal future amid speculation

German attacker Mesut Ozil has clarified that he has no plans of leaving Arsenal during this summer’s transfer window. The 30-year-old has witnessed a difficult season with the Gunners where he has managed just six goals and three assists in all competitions and this has presented speculation that the club may sanction his sale this summer.

However, speaking to DAZN, the former Real Madrid man has clarified that there is no chance of him leaving the Gunners and he is committed for the remaining two years of his contract, he said: “I don’t think there’s a chance of that to be honest. I’ve got two more years here and what happens afterwards is not in my hands.

Unai Emery insists he is continuing Arsene Wenger’s work at Arsenal

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has said that he is continuing the progress made by Arsene Wenger with the north London side. The Spanish tactician took over the reins from the French tactician during the summer of 2017 and he has since helped the club push for a top four spot with the opportunity of securing a trophy.

Speaking to reporters, Emery said that the recent run of form has come through an extended process which begun from Wenger’s time at the helm. He added that he has brought his own philosophy to the club, but has still keep some of the values from Wenger’s reign at the Emirates Stadium.

Unai Emery delivers update on Danny Welbeck’s injury

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has said that Danny Welbeck has made good progress following a surgery on an ankle injury sustained during the first half of the season. The England international has been sidelined since breaking his ankle against Sporting Lisbon in October, but there remains hope that he could train with the first-team before the season concludes.

Speaking in a press conference, Emery indicated that the forward is progressing well following the surgery on the ankle and he could join his teammates in training before the end of the campaign. However, the Spanish tactician indicated that he can give no assurances regarding his future and the same needs to be sorted out with the club’s hierarchy.

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