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Arsenal Interested in £36m French Playmaker: Can he be the Playmaker That Arteta so Desires?

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Arsenal have reportedly opened talks with Real Betis over a summer transfer swoop for Nabil Fekir. The lack of actual genuine football news has led to a surge of speculation regarding Mikel Arteta’s potential targets in the summer, especially for a play maker. Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler has been mentioned and Arsenal

Gabriel Martinelli Hints That Suitors are Wasting Their Time Trying to Secure his Signature

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He is the find of the season, one of the most highly regarded youngsters in the premier league and one of the most sought after strikers in Europe. Brazilian, Gabby Martinelli, was unearthed by Arsenal’s technical director Edu for a ridiculous £7.20m in 2019. Since the move from Ituano FC, the hot

Karen Brady’s Suggestion Raises Major Questions for the Premier League This Season

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Freezing the Premier League until the virus dissipates, cancelling the season altogether, instigating playoffs or using an aggregate system have all been suggested as the Covid-19 virus threatens to decimate the season or take it beyond its current calendar boundaries. How long the ban lasts is probably key to how this

Troubling Instance From the Past Which Resulted in the Football Season Almost Getting Cancelled

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As the Covid-19 virus raises questions on the Premier League continuing, we look back at last time the football season was almost cancelled. The prospect of a premature end to the football season is now a distinct possibility because of the outbreak and spread of Coronavirus, but it’s not the first time

Why Arsenal Absolutely Must Prioritise the Signing of Thomas Partey This Summer Before Others do

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According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are considering a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey when the transfer window opens again in the summer. The Ghana international, who put in a Man of the Match performance helping Atletico Madrid overcome Liverpool in their Round of 16 Champions League tie last week, is understood

Arsenal Need to Make a Statement of Intent by Agreeing a new Deal with Bukayo Saka

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Bukayo Saka has suddenly emerged from the fringes of the Arsenal academy, straight into the senior first team this season and suddenly the 18-year-old midfielder is on everyone’s radar. The vultures have begun to circle with the news that contract negotiations have become protracted. Liverpool in particular, are closely monitoring

Arsenal Fans Need to Forget About The Invincible’s Season, Stop Living off Past Success and Start Looking Forward

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I'm starting to think that Arsenal’s faithful are a bunch of rear view mirror supporters, more comfortable with the past than the present because there’s been so much emphasis on Liverpool beating Arsenal’s 49 match unbeaten run during the Invincibles season on social media. Let’s be honest, surely fans would swap

Anfield 89, 1971 FA Cup Final vs Liverpool and more: The top Five Greatest and Most Memorable Moments in Arsenal’s History

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Some of you quickly flicking through this list will probably instantly ask where the Invincibles' season is in my most memorable moments. It’s absence is purely because although the 2003/04 season was an historic achievement, it was over the course of the entire campaign. I’m not ignoring it’s importance but

Arsenal’s and Manchester United’s Current Circumstances and Misadventures are of Their own Invention

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This is not going to be easy for any Arsenal and Manchester United supporter to read, but I think it’s probably time to stop sticking our heads in the sand and stop being completely delusional. When Arsenal were arguably at the peak of their powers in the late 90’s under Arsene

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