Gunners START move for Dybala, Djed Spence back on radar, Ramsdale REVEALS Saka’s transfer role

Good morning Arsenal fans

The Gunners suffered a massive setback in the top four last night as they were beaten 3-0 by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

Mikel Arteta’s side got off to a terrible start as Jean-Philippe Mateta headed in Joachim Andersen’s header to take a deserved lead in the 16th minute.

Things got even worse in the 24th minute when Jordan Ayew scored the second.

A terrible mix-up between Nuno Tavares and Gabriel Magalhaes allowed the Ghanaian to charge on target from Andersen’s low pass.

Ayew made no mistake, coolly pushing past the returning Aaron Ramsdale.

The Gunners tried desperately to get back into the game in the second half but to no avail.

And Wilfried Zaha added luster to Palace’s win with 16 minutes remaining – by bringing home the resulting penalty after being fouled by Martin Odegaard.

The result sees Arsenal fifth after being edged into the top four by Spurs on Sunday.

Arteta was without Kieran Tierney yesterday after the Scot returned from international duty with an injury.

SunSport understand the 24-year-old Scotland left-back has been reported back after international duty with a problem likely to require surgery, which Gunners has been reported back for.

Meanwhile, the Premier League FINALLY scheduled the postponed clash between Arsenal and Spurs.

The two rivals meet in the third to last game of the season at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday 12 May. Gunners START move for Dybala, Djed Spence back on radar, Ramsdale REVEALS Saka’s transfer role


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