Danny Welbeck has had a frustrating last six months

Danny Welbeck has had a frustrating last six months, as he has almost been forgotten in some quarters.

The 25-year-old came to Arsenal with a major hope of establishing himself as a first-team striker at a top club. However, failed to score goals almost immediately saw him replaced by Olivier Giroud. After failing to appear even in a single match so far this season, the Frenchman has firmly established himself as the top striker at Arsenal. Welbeck has to do it all again when he returns from a long spell on the sidelines.

Arsene Wenger is believed to be thinking of resting one of his premier players

Arsene Wenger is believed to be thinking of resting one of his premier players Alexis Sanchez for a few games to make sure that the Chile international is not exhausted moving into the business end of the Season.

Arsenal has been having a fabulous time domestically and Sanchez has a lot to do with that. He is the joint highest scorer for the club in the Premier League games played in the 2015-16 Season so far.

The 26-year old has not had a proper rest period this summer as apart from featuring on a regular basis for Arsenal, he has played a lot of international games too and Wenger reckons, he would break down at some stage if he is not handled with a bit of precaution from here on in.

Wenger has already seen the likes of Walcott and Ramsey getting ruled out for weeks due to muscle issues and he is surely not willing for the same thing to happen to Sanchez as well.

Danny Welbeck will not be part of Arsenal’s pre-season

Danny Welbeck will not be part of Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Asia but it is not due to any concerns about an impending departure from the club.

Manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the striker has still not recovered sufficiently from the injury problems that he suffered towards the end of last season. It was Welbeck’s first season at the Emirates stadium and one that ended in a positive note after the club won the FA Cup. Welbeck played a significant role throughout the campaign, but he missed some important matches due to injury. The FA Cup final was one of them, but Arsenal did not suffer without the former Manchester United man as they romped to a 4-0 win over Aston Villa.

Danny Welbeck Moderate Success

Danny Welbeck has been a moderate success since his £16 million move from Manchester United in the summer.

The absence of Olivier Giroud has meant that Welbeck has been the default choice for the striker’s role at Arsenal. This has seen him make 11 appearances in the league for the gunners. He recently scored his third league goal of the campaign in the 1-0 win over West Brom. Despite this, he was left out of the starting line-up against Stoke City. Arsenal endured another disappointing visit to the Britannia stadium after suffering a 3-2 defeat.

Van Gaal Explains Welbeck Departure

Danny Welbeck remained as a player of Manchester United for 6 seasons but the Englishman failed on establishing himself as a priority choice player for the Premier League club and was eventually sold to Arsenal on a €16 million deal.

When the transfer was completed managers around Europe started to express just how surprised they were about the transfer as Manchester United sold a promising young player to one of their nearest rivals which is Arsenal.

Welbeck Set For Real Madrid

Real Madrid have managed to emerge as a surprise destination for Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck, who has been heavily linked with a move away from the club in the last few weeks. Despite starting in most of the matches last season, Welbeck is understood to be unhappy at United. He has largely been used widely left, which he fears is not his natural position. The competition for places at Manchester United is intense especially in the striker department due to the presence of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney.

Martinez Denies Rumors Of Welbeck Move

Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that the rumours linking his club with moves for Manchester United duo Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck are extremely untrue. However, he has admitted that the club already has a number of transfer targets in mind in order to build on for next campaign. This has been a great debut season for Martinez at Everton, as he has been able to take the club close to the fringes of top four. Everton remain one point behind Arsenal with three matches left.


Danny Welbeck has said that Shinji Kagawa was the main reason why Manchester United managed to end their losing streak last weekend.

The Red Devils got better of Swansea City on Saturday to secure their 11th league win of the season. They had lost 3 matches on the trot before that game and had been receiving a lot of criticism, but, they came up with an inspired performance and won by a profound margin to stay in the hunt for the league title.