The Premier League returns today which means me and the team will be back giving you your Arsenal news.  Football is back which means Arsenal is back. This article will focus on the season ahead looking at the emerging and star players but also what Arsenal may do in the last couple of weeks in the transfer market.

As the saying goes "All good things come to an end" and I think now is the time Arsenal and Arsene part ways and say goodbye. There is no doubting what the man did for our club but the past few years we have seemed to stagnate a little and fan unrest has grown and grown to a point of fans not turning up to tomorrow night’s game and others planning a 75th minute walkout.

Sunday’s disappointing defeat to Manchester United has once again raised questions about the manager and the players. A lacklustre display with no character has again raised questions about the mentality of this side. Nicknamed the bottlers and chokers Arsenal have once again lived up to their title. But what has gone wrong?

Petr Cech joined Arsenal in the summer for £10million following an 11 year spell at rivals Chelsea. Despite being at the club for less than a season the Czech Republic international has had an immediate positive impact both on and off the field for Arsenal, which could see him set to become the next Arsenal captain, with current club captain Mikel Arteta set to hang up his boots and step in to a coaching role.

Petr Cech is currently leading the clean sheets tally in the Premier League, bringing the added stability of a world class goalkeeper among an already accomplished defence, making him many pundits and fans pick for signing of the season.

Arsenal currently sit in 4th position in the league following a disappointing 0-0 draw at home to Southampton, meaning the Gunners are yet to register a league win in 2016 and have now gone three league games without scoring a goal- the first time since 2009.

The start to the new year has brought about a sense of pessimism among many fans and has fans divided in opinion whether Arsenal will mount a serious title challenge this season. Here are six reasons why I believe that Arsenal can win the Premier League.