Everton have been linked to signing of Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck according to reports across England. Welbeck is out of contract in the summer and just recovered from a long-term injury with the player pictured training ahead of Arsenal final game of the season against Burnley.
It is understood that the Toffees want to take advantage of the lack of transfer fee and snap the England international in the summer. According to the Evening Standard Arsenal boss Unai Emery has informed the 28-year-old that he won’t be offered a new contract and he is currently weighing his options
Danny Welbeck is doing great job in his recovery from an ankle injury and now he is planning to step things up on his arrival to training base of London Colney, Arsenal.
Forward who is 28 years old spent the previous week dealing with his training in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Arsenal’s defensive shortcomings were mercilessly exposed in their 5-1 scoring by Liverpool on Saturday; however, it had been coming through all season. The numbers make troubling perusing for Emery’s side. It is another period for Arsenal yet the same old difficulties remain. Emery Unai said that Saturday’s outing to Anfield would be a “decent test” of his progress in this new season, yet it is safer to say they are fizzled it. In the same stadium, the old place The Gunners have now yielded 22 goals among past 6 trips. The last failure was the most disappointing among all. As featuring the inlet that still exists among Arsenal and the first class, the result tossed their issues of sharp focus and crippling defensive problem. Arsenal has gained additional goals after 20 games (30) than any of last League Premier Crusade. They involve fifth place in the table yet just seven Premier League parts have the most disappointing history.
Liverpool was scientific, representing the impressive characters that made the Premier League title most liked, yet all of their five goals highlighted no less than one mistake of defense with respect to the visitors. Beginning with the first two goals that happened in 90 seconds separated in a capitulation reminiscent of Arsenel Wenger’s previous years in control, were possibly the poorest. Arsenal’s pains to stopover Liverpool were disastrous, their self-protective execution exemplified by the amusing sight of prone on the lawn as Firmino sends in second. Before the end, the visitors had run battered, giving up on basic balls in midfield and surrendering two unnecessary penalties.
Arsenal and England international striker has been injured in the Europa League match against Sporting Lisbon. He was injured in the 25th minute and had to be carried out on a stretcher. Arsenal head coach Unai Emery said that it was a very serious injury and that they will need to wait for the medical team report to find out more about the injury. The match between Arsenal and Sporting Lisbon ended 0-0.
Unai Emery said that it was a disappointing injury as Danny Welbeck was an important member of the team. He said that the player was always eager to help and gave his best on the pitch as well as in the training ground.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has refused to be critical about Petr Cech’s performance despite the goalkeeper struggling to cope with the new style of play. The 36-year-old does not possess ball-playing attributes as one of his key strengths and this has created several nervy moments including one at Cardiff where he gifted Harry Arter a clear goalscoring opportunity.
Speaking after that game, Emery was supportive of Cech who has been making progress under his management and believes the veteran should learn faster with the vast amount of experience he possesses, he said: “For me each game is progress. Petr has experience, he is intelligent, he is doing it how we want in building up our work on the pitch. Read More
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck has tipped Jack Wilshere to go on to the next level after leaving the Emirates Stadium. The England striker said he was gutted to see him teammate leave the north London club but then he understood the reason for the decision.
Wilshere explained that despite the club offering him a reduced contract offer due to his fitness situation, the incoming manager Unai Emery told him clearly that he would have considerable playing time so he decided to leave Arsenal.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has ruled out the possibility of Liverpool winning the title this campaign. However, he has stated that Brendan Rodgers’ team are capable of challenging for the top four places, which is something that they have not done since 2009. Neville is currently working as a pundit for Sky Sports and he has been known for his nonbiased opinions. He has said that one of the major reasons behind Liverpool’s good form this campaign has been their lack of European football.
Liverpool have not qualified for the Champions League in the last four years, but they are also without the Europa league this campaign. This has allowed them to prepare for matches extremely well, while the form of Daniel Sturridge and Luiz Suarez has also been impressive. The duo have been regarded as the best partnership Liverpool have had since Rush and Kenny Dalglish.
Due to the lack of midweek matches, Neville things that Liverpool will be able to challenge for a top four spot. He says that this is the natural progression of the team, who have been finishing in the eighth and seventh places for the last few seasons.
“Liverpool are certainly top-four contenders, but I don’t think they’ll win the title – I don’t think they’ll be able to progress that much this season but I think they’ve got a fantastic chance of getting towards that top four. If you think about where they were last year and the fact that they struggled to compete for a Champions League space that would be progression for Liverpool this season,” said Neville in his column on Sky Sports.
It is difficult to win the title from that position according to Neville. Liverpool are second in the table going into the weekend’s Premier league matches.
Manchester United travelled to the White Hart Lane to play against Tottenham Hotspur at the beginning of December and even though the match was played already over 1 week ago, Andre Villas-Boas considers the final result to be unfair.
Both Tottenham and Manchester United have been under pressure after not making the start of the season that it was expected for them to make and now they have to make it up and not drop any further points.
Kyle Walker opened up a scoreboard at the 18th minute and Rooney equalized it some moments later but Tottenham got back in the lead in the early stages of the 2nd half but United managed to find the back of the net once more with Rooney taking a penalty kick after Danny Welbeck was brought down inside the penalty box but according to Andre Villas-Boas, he dived in order to get the set-piece.
Villas-Boas said: “It’s difficult, because Hugo doesn’t raise his hands – the ball is going to the side.
“Vlad Chiriches is also avoiding contact with the player and we have seen a couple of players have stood their leg out to collide with bodies of the other players.
“So I think it’s difficult. It’s a decision we have to accept.I think the referee wasn’t in a good position to decide the penalty. He sees it from too far off’’.
“When you stick a leg out, put the ball forward, you can easily collide with the opponent’s body so I think it’s a difficult call for the ref but an unfair decision.”
The penalty strike from Wayne Rooney allowed Manchester United to rescue 1 point which certainly is not the result David Moyes initially wanted but it’s much better than facing a defeat against Tottenham in their home-turf at White Hart Lane.
Danny Welbeck sustained a knee injury some weeks ago which has kept him in the sidelines with nothing else to do than sit and wait for the recovery to be completed. The process is getting better and better as he has now trained with the senior squad and was only inches away from being called up in Manchester United’s encounter against Fullham.
When asked to David Moyes about the condition of some of his players he said:
“Danny Welbeck has had a bit of fluid on his knee.
“He has trained a few days this week and he is certainly getting much closer to match fitness but he will not travel this weekend.”
Manchester United are also missing their star defender Nemanja Vidic who was absent in the Champions League encounter against Real Sociedad but the English club still came out on top with a narrow 1-0 victory.
With only 1 point separating them from the 2nd place Bayer Leverkusen they will need everyone at their disposal to secure the advancement into the next round of the Champions League, including Danny Welbeck.
The young English attacker has been under-fire for quite some time now being overshadowed and left behind by the likes of: Wayne Rooney, Van Persie and the rising up comer Adnan Januzaj who has high expectations following his sensational debut, it’s going to be a hard road ahead of him if he wants to book a permanent place in Manchester United’s starting XI lineup.
Just how he has snatched his place in England’s XI lineup alongside Rooney and Sturridge he needs to do it once more but this time with Manchester United.
Even though he played a majority of the matches for Manchester United last season, Danny Welbeck had a personal disappointing season in front of goal because he scored only two goals through the entire campaign. Everton looked extremely disappointing in the first pre-season match under the new era of David Moyes. They lost 1-0 against Thailand in the friendly match, but Moyes is confident that they can hit the goal scoring from that has been a trademark of Manchester United over the years. He has also expressed his confidence about Welbeck becoming regular goalscorer for United in the future.
There has been a lot of talk surrounding the future of Wayne Rooney at the club. The 27-year-old England international is widely expected to leave the club before the end of the transfer window. United have not been linked with any strikers at the moment. This could force Welbeck into being the second or third choice striker at the club behind Robin van Persie. There has also been speculation about the future of Javier Hernandez as well. Despite the poor performance last season, Moyes is hoping that the youngster will be able to hit a goalscoring form.
Moyes is of the opinion that as striker works hard regularly, he will be able to get more confidence.
“When I arrived I was told how important Danny had been and how important he will be. We’re giving him an opportunity now and he has the chance to get games. We’re hoping his goals come as well. He had a couple of chances the other night. But it would be worse if he wasn’t getting chances. Hopefully he’ll start taking a few of those chances and that will give him the confidence he needs to go on a run and score plenty of goals,” said Moyes.