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Who makes way for Wilshere?

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer Talk: Crunch time for Jack Wilshere as Man City, Chelsea wait

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere reacts
Jack Wilshere's deal expires in the summer, meaning he could leave on a free transfer in July.

Jack Wilshere has been eased back into the first-team picture by Arsene Wenger, but Arsenal have not yet decided whether to offer the 25-year-old a new contract, and the Sun says Manchester City and Chelsea "are among the clubs scrambling for the midfielder's signature if he does not get a new deal in North London."

For more on Wilshere and Arsenal, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Arsenal's victory covers up flaws, but long-term questions remain

After their 5-2 win at Goodison Park against Everton, ESPN's Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss why Arsenal can always perform consistently.

Mesut Ozil, Alexandre Lacazette and Alexis Sanchez started together for the first time this season and all found the net as Arsenal rolled to a 5-2 win away to Everton that ultimately cost Ronald Koeman his job.

You wonder if the win will be enough for the "Arsene Knows" brigade to suddenly jump back on the bandwagon. The reality is that their opponents were awful, that two of those three will be free to sign with another club in 69 days' time and that a top-four finish would remain a formidable...

 By Chris Wright

Corentin Tolisso, Alexandre Lacazette celebrate in unison

Corentin Tolisso scored the only goal of the game in Bayern Munich's 1-0 win over Hamburg on Saturday and then went on to celebrate with a very familiar hand gesture.

Indeed, Tolisso performed the "trumpet" celebration in homage to his former Lyon teammate and good friend Alexandre Lacazette.

The tribute didn't go unnoticed, with Lacazette later sharing a photo of Tolisso's celebration on Instagram along with the caption "what a gesture".

The Arsenal striker then went one step further...

 By Tom Adams

Was Ozil's masterclass only something for Arsenal fans to remember him by?

Arsene Wenger addresses rumours linking Mesut Ozil to Manchester United following Arsenal's 5-2 victory at Everton.

It was one of those enchanting, illusory afternoons that Arsenal specialise in. The kind of dreamy display that distracts you from the problems below. And at the heart of Sunday's 5-2 win at Everton was a fantastical new three-man attack, deployed for the first time, whose collective display was almost enough to make you forget that two-thirds of them likely will leave for free at the end of the season.

Arsene Wenger was able to field Alexandre Lacazette, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil together in...

Mesut Ozil 9/10 as sensational Arsenal rout sorry Everton at Goodison Park

After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.

Arsenal dismantled Ronald Koeman's Everton to record an excellent 5-2 win and get their Premier League campaign back on track.

The Gunners started well but fell behind against the run of play to a Wayne Rooney goal. However, it was only a matter of time until Arsene Wenger's men found the breakthrough, and the equaliser eventually came via Nacho Monreal. Arsenal went ahead through a Mesut Ozil header, and then the game was effectively killed off when Idrissa Gueye was dismissed for a second...

Arsenal tear through Everton for first Premier League away win of the season

After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three quick thoughts from Goodison Park as Arsenal rout Everton 5-2 on Sunday.

1. Arsenal impress on the road at last

Arsenal are back on track, and for the second time in four days, they proved their resilience in testing conditions. Having fallen behind to an early Wayne Rooney goal at Goodison Park, they settled down, regrouped and came back to secure a deserved win, their first on the road in the league this season.

With their 1-0 win in Belgrade putting them in...