The most recent Gunners news and perspectives from shakezsports.com as the aftermath proceeds from the Gunners’ frustrating first day of the season rout at Brentford.
Abraham set to settle on his transfer decision
The Gunners are still in the competition’ to sign Tammy Abraham this month as indicated by Romano.
Reports have arisen in the course of the most recent couple of days that the Chelsea striker is surrounding a transition to the Italian clubthis month, notwithstanding interest from the north Londoners.
Notwithstanding, the Gunners are as yet to sign Tammy Abraham, it has been asserted, with AS Roma and the Blues previously concurring a €40million bargain.
In any case, Tammy Abraham has not acknowledged at this point, regardless of Mourinho specifically calling him to attempt to take him to AS Roma.
Alan Shearer uncovers Arsenal ‘shock’
Shearer has conceded he was “amazed” by the Gunners’ absence of information going into the Brentford.
Alan Shearer thinks it was clear what the Brentford would decide to do at Brentford and they figured out how to do it, with Frank’s side winning 2-0 on the evening.
“The vast majority need to turn the groups that have quite recently come up, in light of the fact that you know what it will resemble. It is another thing to them, they will make an incredible environment and they will all be available,” Alan Shearer said on BBC.
“That was the enormous shock for me, with the Gunners, you realize that will occur, you realize you will get shut down, and they will toss everything at you.
“The north Londoners just looked underprepared for the entirety of what was tossed at them and they just couldn’t deal with it. Brentford were astonishing and they had the right to dominate the match and get three focuses.
“I realize they had some huge players missing and they might have had a tremendous effect, however they actually had the normal, worn out issues.
“Protectively, they looked so poor and I was a bit astounded with Arsenal, since you realize what is coming, simply prepare for it, and they weren’t.”