John Terry and Danny Welbeck were amongst those to reply to Jack Wilshere on Instagram after it was confirmed that the retired midfielder is new head coach of the under-18s at Arsenal. It has been an eventful few days for Wilshere. He recently confirmed that he has hung up his boots after a brief stint in Denmark. Obviously, the news will have upset many. Few English players in recent years seemed to possess the same natural talent and ability as Wilshere. Unfortunately, injury prevented the 30-year-old from realising his full potential.
Deniz Undav is one of the most prolific players in front of goal in Europe this season, with 27 goals and 13 assists in all competitions in Belgian football. A total of 51 goals and 21 assists in his past two years in Belgium makes for a very exciting talent. So what will he bring to the Premier League?
Brighton and Hove Albion’s record-breaking Premier League season came to a close as Graham Potter’s men beat West Ham 3-1 at The Amex Stadium. The Seagulls reached a club best 51 points in the Premier League, finishing ninth. After such an impressive season, fans will be counting the days until the Premier League starts again, and there was plenty to suggest in the game against West Ham that another memorable season is on the cards.
Graham Potter’s side finished just five points off West Ham in seventh, which will give them great belief they can push into Europe next season. Having lost six games in a row this season as well, avoiding another dire run like that could be all they need to do to secure their place.
Danny Welbeck said it was a bitter pill to swallow to concede a late equaliser against Leeds United, especially as they prepared for Jesse Marsch's "aggressive" side so well. It looked like the 31-year-old's first-half goal was going to be the difference at Elland Road but Pascal Struijk's header in second-half stoppage time ensured the game ended 1-1. Arguably, Albion should have been out of sight as good chances came and went for Moises Caicedo, Solly March, Pascal Gross, Alexis Mac Allister, Tariq Lamptey, and Welbeck again.
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck is now on four goals in the Premier League this season after he found the back of the net during the draw with Southampton in the South Coast Derby. Danny Welbeck was able to make his mark on the derby after finding the back of the net with the opening goal of the game. The attacker scored the opener inside two minutes to give the Seagulls a dream start at the expense of the Saints.
The Seagulls came into the Southampton game on the back of a 3-0 defeat at holders Manchester City which put an end to their three-match unbeaten run in the league, while Southampton played Brighton on the back of the 2-0 defeat at Burnley.
Brighton & Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck was given a rare start at former club Arsenal in the Premier League last week. When he was not injured this season, Danny Welbeck has played second fiddle to Frenchman Neal Maupay in the Brighton attack as manager Graham Potter has opted for him to lead the line ahead of the Englishman.
For the away game against the Gunners, Danny Welbeck started in the Brighton attack alongside Belgian international Leandro Trossard, while the abovementioned Maupay was left on the bench.
Arsenal have been backed to pull off the signing of Manchester United star Marcus Rashford - repeating the deal which saw them buy Danny Welbeck from the Red Devils. Rashford is reportedly considering his future at United due to a lack of game time. And Arsenal has been suggested as a potential destination for the England international.
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck was named on the substitutes’ bench at the start of the rescheduled Premier League clash at home to North London club Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night and he would later come on as a second half substitute when the game had already been lost.
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck has continued to appear as one name that will keep getting mentioned as a possible transfer target ahead of this summer. The former England international striker has reportedly been told that he should start looking for another club this summer as Brighton are trying to make a major squad overhaul in the next transfer window. Although those reports have been countered by other ones that suggest that the striker is happy at the club and that the Gulls still want him around, those rumors will, of course, still be making the rounds regardless.
Danny Welbeck may not have had the dream career that he would have loved, but there’s no denying that he’s not a proper striker. The Brighton man has an air of inevitability around him that makes him pop up with comeback goals when you least expect him to.
The 31-year-old came on for a league game in which Brighton was losing by a lone goal scored by Lukaku. Brighton had been decent for the entirety of the game and looked like they were going to leave Stamford Bridge empty-handed. Until Welbeck came up with a massive leap that left both Rudiger and Chalobah in his wake to power a header past Mendy. Before the game, the ex-Manchester United man had missed 14 games with a hamstring injury.