Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern have been left far from impressed by their club’s performances this season, as the Gunners fell well short of their objectives.
A fifth placed finish sealed their worst Premier League position ever under the guidance of Arsene Wenger and the Gunners are set to be without Champions League football next season for the first time in two decades, leading many to be concerned about the calibre of players they could attract this summer.
Arsenal are under an intense period of uncertainty with speculation persisting on the futures of key-players like Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, whilst question marks continue to remain on Wenger’s future at the club.
Things have taken a further twist in the past week following news of Alisher Usmanov’s attempt to takeover from Stan Kroenke, throwing another aspect of the club into uncertainty, and Arsenal fans are left in a position where they have no idea what their side will look like all season.
Amidst all this, Arsenal will continue to run as a business and the movement for season ticket renewals is well underway, with the Gunners promoting their offers and confirming that there will be a decline in price following the failure to finish in the Premier League’s top-four.
Whilst it’s a positive piece of news, many fans aren’t too impressed by the news and believe it’s not good enough, as they’re demanding change before investing further money…..
— Ian Funnell (@gobofunnell) May 22, 2017
About time should of done that regardless of CL wasn't like we was winning stuff
— Rikki Betts (@Rikkib91) May 22, 2017
Does it really matter? Prepare to be out of the top 4 for a while!!!
— Victor Oria (@Nyuka_Bel) May 22, 2017
damn straight. how about giving out some free ones so some of the seats actually get filled.
— Paul Wragg (@Wragga) May 23, 2017
Doesn't matter, they'll make back all the money from the price cut by playing more matches in EL. At least we got Round 32 to look forward 2
— Mfundo (@mfundo98dhla) May 22, 2017
This will be the only change following next season
— ConorLawrence (@Mr_ConorL) May 22, 2017
Great can we backdate this 14/15 years please. I'll await my rebate in the post.
— J Nicholas (@EmbyMby) May 22, 2017
Trying to make fans happy before they tell us Wenger is staying
— Slim Jezzy (@slimjezzy) May 22, 2017
by only £100 it's hardly a missive reduce. It's still ridiculously over priced
— Max Winwright (@Winwright_Max) May 22, 2017
Lemme guess, to soften the blow when they announce Wenger has signed his long overdue contract.
— GoonerCavs (@frank_gooner_) May 22, 2017