Arsenal has had some fantastic players at both defensive and offensive end, however, now we will talk about their top-class midfielder during their history.
The list of Arsenal dynamos will be full of flair, passion, skill and goal-scoring ability.
George Armstrong is a true Arsenal legend. he has played over 600 games for the North London giants and was a fan favourite throughout his career.
He made his debut as a fresh-faced teenager, even though he was an obvious talent, he never received a call up the England squad despite being heavily featured in the England youth setups.
After his career as a footballer ended, Armstrong stated coaching role he becomes head-coach of Arsenal Reserves—a position he would hold for the rest of his life.
George Armstrong passed away at the age of 56 with an unexpected brain hemorrhage.
One of the most talented players ever to come through the Gunners, he becomes the youngest player ever to play for the Gunners when he featured against Rotherham in 2003 in the League Cup clash.
After spending six years in the Barcelona academy Fabregas joined Arsenal in 2003.
Spaniard was a technically gifted midfielder, who could pick out a pass from just about anywhere on the pitch, and set-up a goal for his teammates.
He played 304 games during his time with the Gunners founding back of the net 57 times and providing 93 assists as per transfermarkt.
Ray Parlour is an absolute Arsenal legend, loved by the Gunners supporters all over the world for what he has done for the team.
He has joined the Gunners at the age of 16-year-old back in 1989, and by 1992, he had made his Arsenal debut.
It took a while for Parlour to become a starter for Arsenal, however, when his time came, he really began to shine. Parlour had to cope with playing behind the shadow of Patrick Vieira for most of his time at Arsenal and is often considered one of the most underrated players to play for the Gunners.
He has made over 400 appearances in all competitions for the Gunners, winning three Premier League trophies, four FA Cups, European Cup winner Cup and League Cup.
The Frenchman was one of the greatest player who has ever played for them During a period of his stay in England, he was arguably the best attacker in the Premier League.
In three consecutive seasons, he managed to found back of the net over 15 times. He scored the most in the 2003-04 unbeaten season.
At Arsenal, he managed to claim the Premier League trophy twice and the FA Cup three times.
His last match for the Gunners was the 2006 Champions League final against Barcelona.
The best ever defensive midfielder who played in the Premier League was a Frenchman who was would of the Gunners midfield area.
The former Arsenal skipper led them to their invincible season where they hadn’t lost a game.
During his time with the Gunners he has won the Premier League three times and the FA Cup four times/
He was the centre of the golden era for Arsenal football club and deserves to be no.1 in this list.