Danny Welbeck Keen on Partnership with Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck says that he is looking forward to a potential partnership with new signing Alexandre Lacazette in the starting line-up.

The arrival of the French striker is a wide sign that the club may be prepared to part company with Olivier Giroud, who has had an up-and-down time at Arsenal since coming from Montpellier a couple of seasons ago. Alexandre Lacazette manager to make an instant impression after scoring just a few seconds into his debut against Leicester City. The signing of the Frenchman for around £ 46 million has also been done so as to not be entirely dependent on Danny Welbeck, who has suffered from numerous injury issues over the last couple of seasons.

Is Danny Welbeck a Contender for the Golden Boot?

In the summer, the focus at Arsenal was on two strikers. While Alexandre Lacazette made his way to the club from Lyon in a bumper deal worth over £45 million, questions over Alexis Sanchez’s future persisted. Those questions have continued since the start of the campaign with the Chilean on the fringes of the squad as Lacazette started his Arsenal career with two goals in his opening four league games.

Quiet Man

While the tale of two forwards was being played out, Danny Welbeck went quietly about his business, getting on with the job of scoring important goals. With three strikes in those same four games, the England international is the club’s leading scorer and is in good touch ahead of Arsenal’s European campaign.

Arsenal plan fourth bid for AS Monaco Ace

Premier League giants Arsenal are expected to lodge a renewed bid to sign AS Monaco attacker Thomas Lemar this summer.

The Gunners have maintained their interest in the France international over the past month despite Monaco insisting that the player is not for sale. According to The Mail, the north London club will table a fourth bid for the highly-rated winger after they initial offers worth £35m, £40m and £45m were knocked back by the French champions.


Premier League side Everton are sticking with the Arsenal team in their search for a new talisman. After losing striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United this summer, the Ronald Koeman side turned their focus on Olivier Giroud.

With Arsenal keen on retaining the Frenchman, Everton have reportedly turned the spotlight onto another Gunners forward - Danny Welbeck. Giroud wants regular game time ahead of the World Cup next year as he hopes to retain his spot in the France national team. He is watching to see if Wenger has him in his plans following the arrival of Alexandre Lacazette. If he senses that he might not get enough game time, then he might consider the move to Goodison Park or any other top side.

Arsenal hit by Lemar Deal Delay

Arsenal are considering a move for Nice star Jean Michael Seri as the deal for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar stalls, according to reports. The Ligue 1 side are hoping to qualify for the Champions League and this would determine if they would the player leave.

Thomas Lemar is currently odds-on to be moving to Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is struggling to get buyers for several players this summer to free up space and funds and Monaco are not open to allowing the deal for Lemar. The club feels making a move for Michael Seri is the right one but they have to battle Spurs who are also interested.

Danny Welbeck eager to make up for lost time

Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck is hoping for an injury-free campaign in the Gunners shirt after having face twin injury setbacks over the past three years.

The England international joined the Gunners from Manchester United back in the summer of 2014, and he looked to be progressing into a top-class prospect until a string of knee injuries restricted his playing time.

Danny Welbeck backs Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to earn a midfield role

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck has expressed his desire to watch Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain playing at the heart of the midfield.

The England international has watched his compatriot feature in different positions last term, but his performances have never dipped below the manager’s expectations. Oxlade-Chamberlain started the season as a right-sided winger before he was drifted into a central midfield role. He was later on transformed into a right wing-back after manager Arsene Wenger chose to utilise a new look 3-4-2-1 formation in the final months of the season.

Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck earns comparison to Thierry Henry following FA Cup triumph

Arsenal legend Martin Keown reportedly admired the way Danny Welbeck pushed the Chelsea defence during the Gunners’ FA Cup triumph over their London rivals last month.

The England international has endured a series of injuries in the last 24 months, and this has reduced his playing time.