13 July 2017

New season is fast approaching but Arsenal fans are already armed with Arsene Wenger banners

THE new Premier League season is rapidly approaching but it appears Arsene Wenger will face the same old problems.

During Everton’s 2-1 pre-season victory over Gor Mahia in Tanzania, a fan wearing an Arsenal shirt was keen to voice his opinions of the French boss with another banner.

An Arsenal fan unveiled a banner showing his feelings towards Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger could miss out on Alexandre Lacazette to club with transfer ban
Arsene Wenger could face the same old treatment from Arsenal fans next season

The message to the manager, who angered a large section of Arsenal fans by penning a new two-year contract, claimed Gooners were being “mocked.”

It read: “Yes – The club is big than trophies.

“But trophies will make it bigger. We fans are mocked a lot. Meet Wenger, my dream. Gooner 4 life.”

Wenger is under serious pressure this upcoming campaign to deliver a title challenge and lift silverware.

With no Champions League for the first time in 21-years, Wenger will still be expected to land world-class names to the squad in order to keep up with their rivals.

The £52.6million signing of Alexandre Lacazette has provided Arsenal fans with encouragement that they have bagged a top quality goal scorer.

And Arsenal have ramped up their chase to sign Monaco’s Thomas Lemar in a £45m move.

A plane was even chartered to fly the "Wenger Out" message above the stadium in Staffordshire
A plane was chartered to fly the “Wenger Out” last season
Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette celebrate Arsenal's second goal against Sydney
Alexandre Lacazette wasted no time in scoring on his Arsenal debut
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Arsenal's record £52m signing Alexandre Lacazette scores on debut
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Arsenal are stepping up their chase to land Thomas Lemar
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But Arsenal’s campaign could still lay in the hands of Alexis Sanchez.

With Mesut Ozil expected to start talks over a new deal, the Chilean is looking for a way out but may stay at the Emirates for another season before leaving on a free transfer. 

The Gunners gave their strongest hint yet that he will stay after he posed in the club’s new third kit.

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