Paul Merson says he is shocked that Aaron Ramsey stayed in Arsenal in exchange for Chelsea.
"I'm shocked that he's still there," Merson told Sky Sports.
"He should just sign now, I thought Chelsea might be joining him, but Arsenal is a huge football club.
"He plays for Arsenal every week, he could go somewhere else and play only 15 games every season."
Mourinho compared with Wenger
Jose Mourinho runs the risk of damaging his reputation at Manchester United, just as Arsene Wenger did at Arsenal, claims Ian Wright.
"The saddest part of everything when I look at United under Jose Mourinho, however much I respect him as a manager, I do not see how it will turn out," Wright wrote in his column for The Sun.
"We all know Jose and his third-year syndrome, but if you listen to him, it seems like he has accepted it himself.
"In many ways it's just like the last days of Arsene Wenger, people were watching Arsenal because it was auto crash football, and United are quickly changing into the same."
Mendyl at a failed move
Hamza Mendyl says that a work permit problem prevents him from becoming a member of Arsenal.
Earlier this week, sports director Christian Heidel from Schalke said that Arsenal would almost beat them with the signing of Mendyl from Lille.
And Mendyl has now opened on Arsenal & # 39; s interest and revealed that Newcastle was also excited.
He told the German publication Kicker: "I have been talking to Arsenal FC and Newcastle, but because I am Moroccan, it is not so easy to get a work permit, I thought I would play in England. 39;
Ray Parlor has warned the poorly performing stars of Arsenal that Unai Emery will not long assist them in the Emirates to form or retreat.
He said, "One thing I like about Emery, if you do not do your job, he will switch you off.
"You did not see that much last year, not with [Mesut] Ozil, who played more or less every 90 minutes, even if he played badly.
"But on Chelsea Emery, Ramsey was on the bench, it's off if you do not do your job, do not do enough for the team, he's not afraid to do that, to change things."