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Wenger and Arsenal's stuttering start

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea turn from Stones to Zhang Linpeng, Man United chase Anderson

Despite insisting that goalkeeper David de Gea will remain at the club, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has once again left him out of the squad for a Champions League appearance.
Zhang Linpeng has been likened to Real Madrid's defender Sergio Ramos.

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TOP STORY: Chelsea target "Zhangmos"

Chelsea may not be getting very far with their bids for John Stones, but Chinese media reported on Friday that they have made an offer for China and Guangzhou Evergrande defender Zhang Linpeng.

The 26-year-old right-back has been given the nickname "Zhangmos" in China due to his similarity to Real Madrid's defender Sergio...

Arsenal's stuttering start makes Newcastle clash a must-win

Further reaction as Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United were drawn into the UEFA Champions League group stages in Monaco.

After a stuttering start to the season at home, Arsenal might be thankful of being away this weekend at Newcastle.

No goals in either of their games at the Emirates this season has left Arsene Wenger scratching his head. Talk of his team trying to "force it," or finishing being "cyclical," didn't really offer much in the way of explanation to their profligacy in front of goal on their own patch.

"Finishing qualities come and go and you do not always know why," he said, which is probably as close...

 By Alex Crook

Southampton and Ronald Koeman show signs of cracking after Euro woe

Southampton crashed out of Europe on Thursday evening and have yet to win a Premier League match this season.

When Ronald Koeman led Southampton into Europe last season on the back of the most destabilising summer since the club narrowly avoided going out of business, he was rightly hailed a miracle-worker.

Little did he know his greatest challenge was still to come. Saints have made a disappointing start to Koeman's second season in charge and their run of only two points from their opening three Premier League games was followed by a limp Europa League playoff exit at the hands of unfancied Danish side...

 By Chris Wright

Sigurdsson shirt at Spurs gets makeover as Son Heung-Min signs

As you've no doubt heard, Tottenham have signed South Korean forward Son Heung-Min.

However, with times being tight and disposal income at a premium, one particularly crafty Spurs fan was forced to get creative in his bid to herald his beloved club's latest signing.

By recycling his old Gylfi Sigurdsson shirt, the fan simply removed the requisite letters to produce a replica of Son's new Spurs jersey.

 By Lee Roden

Sergi Roberto to fill the Barcelona void as Luis Enrique prepares for Malaga

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to the Champions League campaigns for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

From the roll call of club legends trotted out on stage to the tribute videos and prizes for Lionel Messi and Marc-Andre ter Stegen, there was a distinct Barcelona tinge to Thursday's Champions League draw.

At the risk of spoiling the party, it was one of the players from the Barca squad not honoured who is far more relevant right now. The injury Dani Alves picked up against Athletic Bilbao last Sunday means he will be unable to compete until late September and as one of the most important players...

 By Lee Ryder

Steve McClaren and Newcastle in positive mood ahead of Arsenal clash

Steve McClaren hailed his Newcastle side's performance against Manchester United last week.

It's been five years since Newcastle United fans celebrated a win over Arsenal and going into Saturday's match, a quick scan at the record book shows just one win in 17 attempts for the Magpies against Arsene Wenger's side.

Some bookmakers are offering odds of 5/1 for Newcastle to inflict a second defeat of the season on Wenger's men but there could be some value in them if the 0-0 draw at Manchester United last weekend is anything to go by.

Putting aside a tough opening 20 minutes at Old Trafford,...