Manchester City sealed their third Premier League title in four years on Saturday, ending a season that saw Arsenal suffer yet another disappointing campaign. The Gunners' hopes of salvaging a European spot came crashing down with a shocking 1-0 loss at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

Arsenal have been struggling to find their footing ever since the departure of longtime manager Arsene Wenger in 2018. After a disappointing run to eighth place last season, the club hoped that the appointment of former player Mikel Arteta as head coach would help them to mount a resurgence in the new campaign. Yet, despite quality signings like Thomas Partey and Gabriel Magalhaes, Arsenal have continued to stumble.

Their defeat at the City Ground saw Forest, a team currently languishing in mid-table in the Championship, take the lead in the second half. Arsenal, to their credit, fought back valiantly and had a number of chances to equalize, but ultimately fell short.

The loss means that Arsenal are now in real danger of missing out on European competition altogether next season. They currently sit in tenth place in the Premier League table, seven points behind seventh-place Tottenham Hotspur. With only fifteen games left to play, Arsenal will have to find a